Category Archives: ridicule

Beneath the smile

S —- is leading the charge again with the media this week. Well done, S —-! I cringe. Following the media interest last week, ‘phone calls and email, the Times Education Supplement and BBC News sites published pieces on my … Continue reading

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The Dare Game

I’m not able to go swimming as often as I could. The commute eats the time away that I would otherwise have spent in the water. It makes the times in the week that I can go more precious, and … Continue reading

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Ashamed to God

Above my desk at work is a copy  of Rembrandt’s ‘The Prodigal Son’. It is now set alongside several Taize postcards, Bible verse postcards, icons. In a Department boasting a Chair for one of the greatest skeptic psychologists, of international … Continue reading

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Unhinged

I have had the most fantastic weekend, away from home.  Walking gingerly into the Chapel, the Chaplain, a fellow pilgrim to Taize, ran to greet me, and flung his arms around me. After that, a steady succession of people I … Continue reading

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Precious Moments

A while ago, I posted about my desire to not be single ad infinitum. This still stands. But I also know that realistically, right now, aside from not having the means to do so, I am not in a fit state … Continue reading

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Right to Reply

I saw this on Facebook earlier this week: Lots of my PhD friends think it hilarious. Since it’s good practice in the scientific community, to allow responses when an author is criticized, I’m going to write a ‘right to reply’ … Continue reading

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