Smudgy Windows

 Gillian, after two years of intense service in the National Health Service urgent cases,  dares to challenge us further than ever before. Instead of focussing on the apparently comforting words of John the mystic, she faces off with the difficult.  She asks with John, who can make these things understandable, practical, and even attractive?  It’s all about moving into a larger and therefore happier reality.  A larger self, if only we can stop craving, clutching and fussing, and just be, and allow God to work his wonders in us.  We invite you to take your time– to stop and reflect every now and then.

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