Tizwot the Sheep, Scratchit the Cat and Fixit the Dog are back … this time helping me to rummage around in my thoughts on prayer. It’s a long story, so I’ve broken it into 3 parts.
(You can read Tizwot’s Story at this link if you haven’t already.)
I read this quote in a Richard Rohr Daily Meditation email recently and it set me thinking about the ways in which I respond to things:
‘[Here is] a simple schema for noticing from where we are listening and responding at a given time. Continue reading “Three Reactions – the thoughts that brought Tizwot’s Story into being”
(Lyndall Bywater, January 2019)
(16 minute read)
Tizwot the Sheep lived in a pretty little bungalow on the edge of a pretty little village (and for the purposes of this story I’ll ask you to kindly refrain from pointing out that sheep don’t live in bungalows). Continue reading “Tizwot’s Truth – a story about dealing with things we don’t like”