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'Autumnal Colours'
(Archived on Wednesday - October - 10/10/2018 )

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  Photo was taken at Gougane Bara, West Cork (Irl) and taken from the archive 10 years ago  
 
A beech tree slowly turns from green to an array of orange/yellow colours. The season of autumn takes a grip as we move further into this month of October

 

Thought on Wednesday - October - 10/10/2018

'Some people are suspicious of sacred scripture, believing that these texts are so closely bound to a distant time and culture that they couldn't possibly have anything worthwhile to say to a technocratic third millennium mind.' ~Conor Cunningham

The bible is the most read book in the world and in ways it is the most misunderstood book as well. The bible didn't fall out of the sky one day complete and bound, with God's signature at the end of it. The books of the bible have evolved with time and are a collection of many different communities and their experiences of God. There is no doubt that cultures, backgrounds, and mindsets have evolved considerably as the years have gone on. But the human heart and spiritual needs of each person are just the same. The story of God continues to unfold each day and will do so for many generations to come. We have a huge important part to play in that unfolding.

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