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Jesus of Arbour Hill

By |June 23rd, 2022|0 Comments

He looks worried. Maybe he should be; his complexion is grey. I am pondering him as he stands near the entrance to Dublin’s Arbour Hill cemetery, final burial place of the 1916 leaders. His arms are stretched out as if in welcome to visitors, tourists, dog walkers, little ones coming to develop their bike riding skills. His face is handsome, ... [Continue Reading]

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The Other Crowd

By |September 30th, 2020|

The other crowd. Do you know who I mean? Them. The ones not like us. The ones we would like to be friends with if only they would get their act together and start seeing things my way.  What do we do about the other crowd? That question can start ... [Continue Reading]

The Beauty of Sharing Leadership

By |July 28th, 2020|

Several years ago, while studying at Irish Bible Institute, I wrote a reflection on leadership as part of my Master’s dissertation. In it I described my belief that shared leadership can often be slow to change, absent of vision, weak in decision making and abdicate responsibility. I am now convinced ... [Continue Reading]

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