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the ‘positives’ of economic growth

“We have come to the end of the ‘positives’ that economic growth can bring.” — Wilkinson and Pickett I went to a conference at the beginning of December where Ann Morisy, one of the keynote speakers, gave this quote, and … Continue reading

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poverty

Ladies and gentlemen, I am in Asia! Landed in Singapore today; heading to Hong Kong to hang out with some exciting church planters tomorrow, whom my church in Coventry sent out last summer. (As their ex-international student worker I take … Continue reading

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wisdom

“On the one hand, the wisdom traditions make clear that obedience is not simply slavish, fearful conformity to rules and laws. Thus wisdom is a guard against┬álegalism. Obedience, according to the traditions of wisdom, entails the imaginative capacity to take … Continue reading

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we are Singapore

It’s Singapore’s National Day today; the day we separated from Malaysia in 1965 to the anguish of this man. I am super proud to be Singaporean; it suggests abilities to make a life on a barren rock with no natural … Continue reading

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