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john davies
notes from a small vicar
from a parish
in Liverpool, UK

    Thursday, August 04, 2005
    And another advantage of easy August is that you can sit and write for a change. Which I need to do or I curl up, implode, fade away. So - study day today. And I wrote that essay I'd been promising, Choose a landscape which is familiar to you and write about the factors which you think have most influenced its development over the past five hundred years... Won't post it here till it's had the once-over from the guy who set it, but it was a good way to spend the day.

    And now (after my chicken balti) I might just sit down with the paper my colleague-friend Mark just brought back from his month at the Bishop's pleasure on The Windsor Course. It's titled Christian Mysticism and Urban Discipleship, and although it contains phrases like cognito dei experimentalis, which baffle me, it's also got Jah Wobble in it. I'm looking forward to what it says.