Dear readers and followers of Jolly Quaker,
2017 has, in one way or another, been a challenging year for me, but blogging continues to be one of my chief joys.
I write this blog for myself. It helps me organise and articulate my thoughts. The act of writing a post and putting it out there is always cathartic. In many ways it’s a spiritual practice.
That said, I really appreciate others taking the time to read and comment on what I write. It’s incredibly affirming, and when people politely disagree with me I enjoy the challenge to articulate my thoughts better, or to reevaluate my own opinions.
I’m hoping that 2018 will yield a bumper crop of Jolly Quaker posts as I continue the Advices and Queries series, which are proving very popular, and are so enjoyable to write.
So thank you for following the blog, re-tweeting my tweets and for reading, liking and commenting on my posts.
As the days in the Northern Hemisphere begin to grow lighter, I wish you a happy Christmas (if marking Christmas is your thing) and a Light-led 2018.
O come, O come, thou Dayspring bright!
Pour on our souls thy healing light;
Dispel the long night’s lingering gloom,
And pierce the shadows of the tomb.
Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel
Shall come to thee, O Israel.
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Festive Greetings to you as well! Look forward to following your blog in 2018.
And many Christmas greetings to you too.
I’ve enjoyed your blogs as a newcomer to then this summer. I especially appreciate how many have captured and clarified issues I have been concerned about. Thanks.
You’re very welcome! 🙂
Have enjoyed your blog this year and loved your quote of one of my favourite hymns.
Thanks Haze. 🙂