So, last week I talked about how artisans don’t isolate themselves from everyone while they come up with their ideas.
When we’re creating something new, we cannot sit on a desert island, away from everyone, staring at the sea while drinking coconut juice all day and start the process.
We don’t create in isolation because we were not meant to create things isolated from everyone else.
There has been no clear trail on the journey we face now. The government tried their best to navigate this pandemic situation that nobody has the answers to. Lockdowns, isolation and keeping 1.5 metres away from people seem to be the way forward, but at what cost? Nobody likes “being sent to Coventry,” and the segregation and separation of being in isolation can lead to an exclusion that is felt within the void souls who are desperate to be a part of the community again.
Sick of being in lockdown? Maybe before the pandemic hit, we were already in some kind of lockdown? A lockdown from our feelings? Ugh, you just said the F word, Wendy…feelings. Having nowhere to go and nothing to do it created the space to think, feel and breathe again.
13 spaces? What are 13 spaces? Well, it’s not some cool new Netflix series you can binge-watch while wearing your
Christmas is a time for giving gifts, and the gift of Salvation that Jesus offered to us all when he
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