As the Little Prince learned from the fox – if you let someone become special to you, you’ll find there’s a cost: there’s pain when they’re no longer there. And yet, what would life be without those special connections we … Continue reading
Come on in, I said, entry is free to anyone!
The cost of entry is far too high for some of us, he said.
I was talking about salvation through Jesus, but then thinking last night about this conversation I was reminded of that chocolate brownie I bought at a little bakery in Lincoln a few weeks ago. Let me take you there… Continue reading
Unconditional love is so awesome.
This thought brought to you by a very easily distracted person, who sat in church yesterday and when it came to receiving the bread and wine the thoughts in her head went something like this: Continue reading
Yes, 1 July 2002 is when I was reborn – aged 40 in terms of my physical presence on this planet, and having been going to church for over 12 years and thinking of myself as a Christian, I finally … Continue reading
I used to have a social media tagline saying: Meirav M., being real on social media since 2007. Not that until 2007 I’d been lying through my teeth – just that 2007 is when I discovered social media :) And … Continue reading
It’s Monday and I’m tired and just look at the state of my nails… Somehow, looking at my oh so peeling nail polish just now, I felt like it’s a metaphor for my life: I am so so so full … Continue reading
It was Passover eve in Jerusalem, and a Galilean rabbi and his talmidim were sitting down to the Seder meal, eating the sacrificial lamb together as was the custom back then – this was at a time when the Temple … Continue reading
I think I was three when it started – the life of an outsider, a reject, a person who is never going to be part of the gang. And with it came the longing, the despair sometimes, the selling myself … Continue reading