Sacred Time: Part 1- What is Time?

This is worth reading... Our physical lives are short, and we become weaker with the passage of time, but God does not change, weaken or diminish with the passage of time. We can contemplate God in the everyday moments of our lives; the mundane and repetitive activities like going to work, walking, making a meal, [...]

Ongoing Moment

The photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson talked about ‘the decisive moment’.  That was the instant his lens captured an image that was both fleeting and eternal. Many of his pictures then were quirky but unrepeatable. Each was of a sliver of memorable time. We do the same with our religious experience. When someone asks us of when [...]

Millisecond to Midnight

Professor Frank Timmes illustrates the history of the universe in the scale of one year. So, the Big Bang happened on New Year’s Day. Our Milky Way Galaxy would appear in May and the Sun in September.   On this timeline, humans would start writing 15 second from the end and Columbus would discover America [...]

Broken

Broken healer   In the series ‘Broken’, Father Michael returns home, tired after a demanding day. A woman has left a phone message. Her disturbed son Vernon needs to talk to him.  Michael decides to leave it until tomorrow and goes to bed. Later Vernon is killed in an incident with the police. Michael is [...]

Time for change

  Romans 6.1-11 There used to be an advert on the TV of a father sitting having a healthy breakfast cereal in his jogging gear. His son is skeptical of his dad’s change of lifestyle. The father leaves the house claiming to be going running but takes the car with the comment – “Little at [...]

Theory of Everything

There are many moving scenes in the film 'The Theory of Everything'. For who cannot be fascinated by the life of Professor Stephen Hawking. Diagnosed with motor neurone disease when he was only aged 21; his life expectancy was only 2 years. Yet this brilliant cosmologist defied the odds and lived on to see his work [...]