Conforming to Conflict

I had a conversation with my first-born and from it I invited her to share what she had to say. The following is given exactly as she expressed it with no editing on my part. I submit this for your consideration. For His Name’s Sake Shalom C. L. J. Dryden   As the oldest daughter, […]

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Dryden Shorts: Where We Belong

Identity and belonging. Skin colour, ethnicity, local culture, peer group, leisure activities, religious settings, political persuasions, ideological motivations. They can all help us discover where we belong. But is that where we belong? (Photo by Mink Mingle on Unsplash) For His Name’s Sake Shalom C. L. J. Dryden

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Place To Be Who You Are

Ah the issue of identity. Some view it through racial, gender, sexuality and physical/mental capacity perspectives. Some believe it’s something that can be sorted all by yourself. There is something about having the humility to realise that maybe not being certain on everything about your identity is good place to start. And also understanding that […]

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Producing the Goods

You put the mixture in the oven. She hires that office worker. He plants the seeds. They pay the money for the new player. All with the same desire in mind.  That desire is that the individual will produce the goods. There is a sense in which we can believe that we are put on […]

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