Sunday, 7 April 2013

Sunday Review

We began the week with 'Peter Doubt' by Grant Van Wingerden which looked at the new Pope and how it could affect the church.
Carolyn Cornthwaite's 'Behind the Pyramid' reminded us that the Arab Spring has not blossomed into everyone's life.
Luigi Pagano's 'Moral Dilemma'  on Friday showed that the blossom can be a long time coming where religion is involved.
Abigail's poem 'The Great Betrayal' gave us more proof that the saying about politics being personal can sometimes get very very real. Best of luck in your fight, Abi.
Autumn has just begun in New Zealand and we have all been shocked at the plunge in temperature. Long trousers are needed for the first time in a very long time. I hope that you Northerners are beginning to thaw out.
Have a good week all, may your muse give you that tap on the shoulder.

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