Rest in the Passion of Christ and dwell gladly in his Sacred Wounds
Anchorite, from Greek ἀναχωρητής from ἀναχωρέω (“I withdraw, retire”), via Latin.
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About me? Nothing much to say. I am a 50-something single Anglican layperson. I am trying to live like an anchorite of old without actually being one. I pray, meditate, and read. And I share some of that on here.
I am shaped by the Anglican tradition and that is the tradition in which I feel most comfortable. I sometimes teach a Bible Study online, sometimes help with liturgy, sometimes help with the parish social media.
I read just about anything by Soren Kierkegaard without ever understanding it. Recently I have read some old mystical texts, especially medieval English. I am no academic, theologian, or philosopher – my happy place, hermitage, or cell, is with books and ideas.
I like my tea black using leaves. Sometimes I drink herbal tea but most of the time it is Russian Caravan.
I am always happy to chat. But I am not into debating, arguing, or defending myself – real discussion with real people. If that is you I can be contacted via this blog.
So this blog is random thoughts on theology, philosophy, TV shows, books, and life in general. I do not have a product to sell and I am not a brand. I speak with “no authority” – I speak for no religious group or denomination, no party or movement. I speak from my own experience and life.