A Slower Pace?

Another month has passed by and I wonder how the time goes so fast. Surely in these restricted times it should drag. I’m not the only one who feels like that. My daughter suggests it’s because we are living life at a slower pace. I’m all for that. We can spend far too much of our time getting to places and not enough just being and appreciating where we are: it’s all about the journey, not the destination.

We are still on our lockdown journey, and for some it will be very tough. I hope it will be a time for most of us to take stock of what we have and what we have achieved. West Wickham and surrounds are pretty good locations to be in isolation, so I hope you all have the chance and peace of mind to see the beauty, the goodness and the blessings around you.

September is now just over a month away and still restrictions hang over us. With group numbers a limitation, we are still considering the best way for the Fellowship to function. A start date has not yet been arranged, so please look out for more information in the September issue of Emmanuel Life. I know it’s dreadful waiting and waiting, but do find all those blessings – some in disguise – and come along to share them with us when we are able to meet and enjoy one another’s company again.

Best wishes,

Sue Thomas