this morning the gift
of a Heron’s harsh call
soft colour of a butterfly
morning sun on the river
coolness of dew
on the tall rice-grass
after the rain has passed
There were two herons up a huge old Pinus – but mainly hiding…
The Maori have a saying:
He aha to mea nui o te ao
He tangata, he tangata, he tangata
which translates to:
What is the most important thing in the world?
It is the people, it is the people, it is the people.
Here are some of the people of Christchurch.
Kia kaha Christchurch
(click on any photo for more detail)
We passed this foal on our walk this morning. She was full of energy and the joy of simply being alive. Teenagers are the same in any language… It was hilarious watching the response of the older horses.
and kicking over
‘Now what’s she up to this time…’
‘Just wheelies Mum…’
praise God and keep praying – there are small signs of improvement with my niece…
Bare branches are silhouetted against a brazen sky beyond the village. Today the planes have stayed away, but no-one knows when they will return. A few chickens scratch urgently in the red dust.
Presently the rumble of tank treads shakes the dusty road. A mother looks up from where her child sucks listlessly at an empty breast. Behind her the tumbled stones of their makeshift shelter tremble. Her eyes meet those of the man standing above the tank’s turret. Then the barrage starts up again and they are hidden by the blossoming explosion…
beyond the trees
the storm clouds gather
© Maureen Sudlow
Will not know any more about my niece until this afternoon. I would be grateful for your continued prayers.
Though the fig tree does not blossom, and there be no fruit on the vine… yet will I rejoice in the Lord… God the Lord is my strength.
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