Reflection on Liminality

Reflection on Liminality

    By Andrea Simmonds Much like every day in chaplain residency I never know what to expect. Most days I decide that today is the day I will work on my written work, get caught up, and then spend the rest of my time in the clinic rather than the other way...
Reborn, a reflection

Reborn, a reflection

By Gerald Thomas In Elegy for Iris, John Bayley chronicles the toll Alzheimer’s disease takes on his wife, Iris Murdoch: The power of concentration has gone, along with the dignity to form coherent sentences and to remember where she is, or has been. She does not know...