Welcome to Tarella Spirituality. Here you will read my musings and reflections as I try to find the God dimension in everyday issues, relationships and experiences.
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It was his last day of being four and well past his bedtime. But instead of being tucked up in bed, he was oh-so-carefully decorating cup-cakes to share at child-care the next day. The baby in a pale blue jumpsuit has gradually, or is that quickly, been replaced by a boy in skinny- leg jeans and a black Batman T shirt. He can do things on the family iPad that bewilder me. He has mastered riding a bike, can answer 20 questions concerning the names and exploits of Ninja turtles and loves a Peter Rabbit bedtime story. There’s something wonderfully engaging about a five year old. Read more
It was a lovely morning and instead of clearing the kitchen bench of the breakfast clutter I was sitting in the sun, warm bricks at my back and noisy magpies free-wheeling in the overhead wires, musing about God. God isn’t usually seen as musing material. God is for praying or deep reflection or scholarly words, Read more
My Embarrassing God is a Gospel reflection for the Twenty Second Sunday of Year A. You’ll find it on the Connexions page.