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Paul Windsor
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remembering dad
Just at the moment it might be better if you didn't talk to me about how God's timing is perfect. My much-loved father-in-law (hitherto known as 'Dad', as that is who he was for me) died on the first day of this week, the biggest week of the year in my Lang...
remembering dad
remembering dad
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I love sports. In recent years, with the Spirit's help, I've become less obsessive - and idolatrous - with that 'love' and a whole lot less nationalistic as well. Rather sadly, with my nomadic life, I am rarely able to watch sports much anymore. But then th...
the art of unpacking
the art of unpacking
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hope in the desert
Having grown up in Monsoon Land (India) and having lived in Green and Pleasant Land 2nd ed (New Zealand), it takes a little while to adjust to the Dry and Desert Land (Arizona). With Langham's base in the USA being in Phoenix, I make a visit about once a ye...
hope in the desert
hope in the desert
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meeting miss irby
Irby. I don't think I've ever heard that surname before. Have you?! Maybe I move in the wrong circles... When I discovered that a 'Miss Irby' was an early missionary to Bosnia, it took me awhile to get the name clear in my mind. A visit to her graveside in ...
meeting miss irby
meeting miss irby
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road trip
Apart from a conference twenty years ago near Utrecht (Holland) and another one ten years ago in Copenhagen (Denmark), I have never spent more than a single night in Europe. And I've only done that twice (that I can remember). So I've never lingered anywher...
road trip
road trip
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famous in sarajevo
With snow on the ground, I missed it the first time I walked across it. The snow melted - and there it was: a line in the tiles, not unlike a line in the sand, in the history of Sarajevo, capital city of Bosnia-Herzegovina (B-H) in the Balkans. Sarajevo Mee...
famous in sarajevo
famous in sarajevo
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famous in sarajevo
With snow on the ground, I missed it the first time I walked across it. The snow melted - and there it was: a line in the tiles, not unlike a line in the sand, in the history of Sarajevo, capital city of Bosnia-Herzegovina (B-H) in the Balkans. Sarajevo Mee...
famous in sarajevo
famous in sarajevo
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children of war
More than 1100 children were killed during the Siege of Sarajevo from 1992 to 1996. The city remembers the children in a couple of ways. Late one afternoon I trudged through the snow down Marshall Tito St from Pigeon Square for almost 2kms to find this memo...
children of war
children of war
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text messages
Edited books can often miss the mark. Maybe it is the absence of a strong plot that holds all the individual pieces together. Maybe it is the uneven quality in the various submissions. Maybe it is the cost. Whatever the reason, I find edited books can attra...
text messages
text messages
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billy and us
The other night it was Brooklyn,  an emotionally-charged movie about an Irish lass immigrating to the USA. After a long day I love relaxing with a movie with Barby, just the two of us. Midway through this movie, however, I glimpsed a notification on my phon...
billy and us
billy and us
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