My legs felt heavy as I set off for the guild wheel route. It was daytime but the sun had not shone much today so still a chill in the … Continue reading Run to the cross 35
Feeling some pain in my knees and other joints today so I went for a walk instead along one of my running routes along a stream with my son. I … Continue reading Run/walk to the cross 34
All the streets are empty tonight, and I jog past a darkened pub. Where normally drunken singing and merry chat is heard, now all is silent. The message might be … Continue reading Run to the cross 31
My run tonight was a laboured one and I had knee pains on the way back. As I jogged into the drive I saw the forest flame plant highlighted in … Continue reading Run to the cross 29
Muscles were aching tonight after first digging much clay and earth to redesign the mud hut. All is quiet, as I run along side the brook, water running clear. I’m … Continue reading Run to the cross 28
“It’s a bit wet out there”, “Nonsense, if you run fast enough you’ll miss the rain”. Well I must have ran too slow, because I got wet. I’ve been focussing … Continue reading Run to the cross 21
Down to the woods and over the stream, splashing through mud and startling beams, careful there’s frogs and foxes lie still, heading for ponds and holes in the hill. As … Continue reading Run to the cross 18
The more I look at nature, the more I see the fingerprints of God. The more time I spend in nature, the more God unveils His presence through the Holy Spirit showing how creation is beautiful and a perfectly designed biosphere that has been subject to falleness of sin.
A mangled tree all forlorn and dead, a snake creeping through the grass. Imagine a world with no sun, clouds every day and rain, such rain as the people who … Continue reading The snake, the trees and the river.
When you awake and you don’t know what the world will throw at you, You watch the sunrise and enter His rest, When the day finishes with turmoil and tension, … Continue reading Enter His Kingdom rest