Forget Me Not: A Short Story

PRESCRIPT: Like the other short story, “Kintsukuroi” that I have posted on this blog, the idea and shape of “Forget Me Not” pretty much occurred to me in its entirety. For various reasons, it took a little longer to write; and I have sat on it for a few months, tinkering with it here and there. But I now feel that it’s at least in presentable shape. Enjoy! Continue reading “Forget Me Not: A Short Story”

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I’m Sorry, I’m Leaving You…But You Can Come With Me

This is it. This is the end.

Well, not the end. But an end.

The end of this particular blog, at any rate. After however many years posting my thoughts, prayers, and reflections on faith and a whole lot of other stuff, I’m pulling the plug, switching off the lights, enacting whatever other metaphor or cliché comes to mind.

Which isn’t to say I’m falling silent, or that I’ll be deleting this blog. Rather it’s for two reasons.

The first is that my podcast Ergasia is going to be my primary focus of attention from now on. If you wan to know what I’m thinking and getting up to, then head on over. I’d love to bump into you again.

The second is that I have a new blog! It’s called Working the Lectionary. In this blog, I’ll be trying to create a resource for people who want to look at the readings from the weekly Revised Common Lectionary and integrate those readings into their experience of work and their reflections on the economic structures of the world. So come on down and check it out, too…I’d love to have you along for the ride.

But that, for now and on this blog, is all. If you want to check out some of my old sermons from previous years (and apparently some of you do) this will be the place to do it. But for new stuff – you have the links above.

My thanks to everyone who’s ever taken the time to comment, like, criticise, or follow this blog. You’ve made it more than worthwhile, and you will never know how grateful to you I am. So until we meet again – go well, and may God go with you and come between you and harm in all the places you must walk.

Blessings,

Brendan Byrne