In which I write about Lent and quarantine and Covid-19.
In which I write about a walk I took through London on Christmas Day and how it seemed intimate in its emptiness.
In which I explain why I didn’t take a photo because it would have made me sad to look at it.
In which I write about the season of Advent, lego, the Book of Common Prayer, and a song by a woman called Miriam Jones.
In which I list my favourite epithets from Homer’s epic poetry.
In which I reflect on the theme of happiness in a book by Paul Dolan and a sermon by Jesus Christ.
In which I reflect on my wonky face and how it took me a long time to notice it.
I which I write a very short hypothetical speech, and make it about Old Testament prophesy.
In which I review a book that is relentlessly bleak, and conclude that it is almost true but not quite.
In which I celebrate the church, God’s new society.