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(Archived on Saturday - March - 13/03/2021 )

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  (I am repeating this photo again today. Many liked the power and energy of the sea and the wave crashing over the rock)
Photo was taken yesterday afternoon near Bantry, West Cork (Irl)
After very heavy overnight rain and strong storm winds, yesterday started off as if it might be a day for indoors. But by lunchtime the sun was breaking through and the afternoon turned out nice and bright with the winds still blowing strong. It meant that the sea was pushing in some big waves and the rock in our photo was one where the waves kept crashing over. It made for an ideal photo opportunity.


Thought on Saturday - March - 13/03/2021

'We buy junk and sell antiques!' ~Sign outside a country shop

Where would we be without a sense of humour. Antiques are a thriving business. What we might see as junk is a beautiful and priceless antique to someone else. Every one of us has junk we could throw out or even recycle! Getting rid of what's old and stale has always been an important part of any spiritual journey. Such junk could be described as hurts, grudges, anger, hatred, jealousy, cynicism, mistakes made, to mention only a few. All of this junk can never become an antique. They are corrosive over time and are simply no use to anyone. God is always gently encouraging us to get rid of such junk. In its place we welcome God's invitation to new beginnings and possibilities no matter how small.

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