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Richard on June 22nd, 2015

Ronald Blythe ponders immortality, and the unemployed horse IMMORTALITY is a word that has a fine ring to it. It rolls round the tongue like a song. Once upon a time, all the talk was of it. When I was a boy, poor folk who could not afford gravestones made do with clasped china hands, and […]

Continue reading about Word from Wormingford – 19 June 2015

Richard on June 12th, 2015

Ronald Blythe compares and contrasts the faith of two public figures TRINITARIAN days. Very cold. I think of poor Bishop Heber. I say poor, because they sent him off to convert India, instead of leaving him in an English country living, which he would have much preferred. But saints can’t be choosers. “Holy, holy, holy,” we […]

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Richard on June 6th, 2015

If you have the time to read this, you’ll find it’s about time!    Time was when the world was ruled by the seasons; after the invention of the calendar, by months, weeks & days; then when the clock was invented, by the hour and minute. Even the stop-watch has had its day, as we […]

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Richard on June 6th, 2015

Ronald Blythe considers finishing a book, and biblical botany at the feast of Pentecost PUTTING a finished book together is at first a formidable task, but a satisfying one. Pagination, chaptering, index, and, above all, entitling must be tackled one by one. And, of course, there has to be a dedication. There was that old bombshell […]

Continue reading about Word from Wormingford – 29 May 2015

Richard on June 6th, 2015

Ronald Blythe welcomes Whitsun weddings in the village church PENTECOSTAL skies, the returning birds all blown about, the trees shaking their new leaves, the spring colours muted. I garden in warm rain. The laburnums will bloom any minute now. The lilac hedge is a sight. Whitsun weddings in the church, the brides straight out of Thomas […]

Continue reading about Word from Wormingford – 22 May 2015