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  1. said:

    Sounds like it stirred you up a bit. Looking forward to reading more….

    March 31, 2008
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  2. said:

    I hear your frustration Bec. I love the idea of our passion or Vocare being realised and consequently meeting a real need where things are broken or playing out of time.

    A while ago we had Steve Drinkall come and speak at Ranges and he shared with us about his little faith community. I loosely recall his community being described as a bunch of monks, activists and cheerleaders. They are devoted to seeking out God like the Monk. As the Activist, each practically takes part in doing his or her bit to better something that is amiss in the world. In a cheerleader sense they spiritually and practically support one another to fledge the passions that are unique to each member of the group. I really love that bit.

    Attempting to discover and fulfil my purpose as an individual on this earth is something that drives me to drink sometimes. I wrestle with it time and again. And I really do believe that we each have a potential to fulfil. But oh my goodness it can be such hard work to uncover what that is (especially with the many distractions around us).

    Beautiful thinking as always.

    April 1, 2008
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  3. said:

    Bec, what is this “kinda” friend business? Is this an indication that I need to have coffee more often with you? I’m hearing the call. WOuld love to hang soon. I am sorry that I am a bit busy these days. Travel is getting stupid and having two kids is crazy lovely! But I would love to hang out soon. When?

    April 15, 2008
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  4. Merely that I rarely seem to run into you!

    hmm… well, I generally have fridays off – you too would have to get in a line though… I’ve been lazy on the catching up with people thing myself and so have backlog. (Wow I’m so popular. haha no)

    April 16, 2008
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