Daffodils

They are out!  In abundance in this part of the Eastern Counties.  Daffodils.  The generic name for all kinds of daffodils is NARCISSI. That reminds me of where the name came from.  The story goes: Once upon a time there was a young man.  He Read More …

A Classic Jewish Meal

The main course is a one pot classic Jewish meal called Shakshuka.  This version is with lamb meatballs, spinach and poached eggs.  Shakshuka was introduced into Israel a few hundred years ago by Tunisian Jews and became a popular meal.  It’s typical of north African cooking Read More …

Poem about our Blessings

Blessings from Him Walking on the water Dying in the flames  (to self) Dancing in the freedom, Crying from the pain Stillness from the wildness of a troubled sea Walking in your presence The mystery of Thee Crying from the sadness Wrapped in love (Your) embrace Father Son and Spirit Read More …

Grace

Heard somewhere a man sing that he was blinded by God’s grace Needed new eyes then I wonder when He lost sight of guilt Of who he was the life he built On sand doomed to fall down Did he lose his frown Stop judging Read More …

Grief and Joy

Some thoughts from Parminder: John 16v19: “Are you asking one another what I meant when I said, ‘In a little while you will see me no more, and then after a little while you will see me’? 20Very truly I tell you, you will weep and mourn while Read More …

A Poem

GALANTHUS Little flowers, oh so white To see them, a sheer delight Poking up from the snow How they survive, I don’t know Giving out their amazing glow So we know what’s really meant When we say they are heaven’s scent. In winter time a Read More …