Part 1: January – March 2011
Of the many Wild Reed postings of this year, the ones I begin listing today are those that, for one reason or another, I’ve most enjoyed putting together and sharing.
If you’ve yet to read these posts then I hope you'll take the time to do so. I also hope that the experiences and insights they convey will, in some way, resonate with you and encourage and inspire you on your journey.
The Australian Floods
"Flooded In But Loving Life"
In Maclean, An End to the "Siege"
A Bushland Wedding
In Uganda, a "Fearless Voice" for Gay Rights is Brutally Silenced
Boardies, Budgie Smugglers and Euro-Togs
Responding to Cardinal Pell
Journey to Gunnedah
"Like Persephone of Myth . . ."
Thoughts on Mallorca's "Naked Easter" Calendar
Roger Michell's Persuasion: A Beautiful and "Quietly Remarkable" Adaptation
The Archangel Raphael – Patron Saint for Those Seeking Their Soul Mate
The Other "Born This Way"
The Twin Cities' "Peter Canisius": Liar and Coward
At the Minnesota Capitol, a Show of Solidarity for Workers' Rights in Wisconsin and Beyond
Across America, "the Giant is Awake"
Colin Covert on Biutiful: "A Work of Extraordinary Vitality"
Out and About – February 2011
Jesus, Sex and Power
The Winged Heart
Rosabelle, Believe . . .
Dirk Bogarde's "War Against Himself"
A Celebration of Faith and Family; A Call for Compassion and Fairness
Out and About – March 2011
NEXT: Part 2: April – June 2011
See also the previous posts:
The Wild Reed's Year in Review: January - March 2010
The Wild Reed's Year in Review: January – March 2009