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Mary McGinty explains how moving house once her children had grown up and departed made her shed tears of both sadness and joy.
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Richard Bauckham sees the positive side of his Covid 19 self-isolation.
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Joseph Evans argues that Lent has a meaning for believers and non-believers alike.
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The challenges and pitfalls of starting a new family life in Germany give Glose plenty of reasons to laugh – and cry. (Part three of the series “A mum on the move”)
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What’s the point of curiosity? Prakarsh Singh examines the great power of this quality and highlights its importance in our lives. Curious? Read on!
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When bodily beauty matters as much as it does in a country like Brazil, the cost can be not only financial but also personal. Bianca Costa Sales explains.
In this second article in his Travelling where I am series, Joseph Evans explores silence’s hidden power and how it is necessary to make any journey meaningful.
Entry two: Glose discovers how publicly smothering your child in Sudocrem can win you and your family priority boarding on Lufthansa. Try it and see.
What’s it like to pack your life up into cardboard boxes and move across the sea? A new diary, beginning today, by Glose Jeanjean charts the challenges of taking her family towards a new life in another land.
Soul gym is just as essential as body gym, and sometimes it’s the time spent in stillness that makes the time spent in activity truly fruitful. Bianca Costa Sales invites us to draw breath.