Good Links No.18
What day is it again?
My daughter is 7 weeks old this week and we're also moving house, so I'll be brief. Good Links this month is mostly material I read before Lucy was born with some bonus reads I squeezed in between naps.
This month Good Links is unlocked for all subscribers to make up for my Lucy-shaped sabbatical and the lull in new posts. You can catch up on A New Day In The Neighbourhood ahead of fresh entries later this summer.
- Introduction: A New Day In The Neighbourhood
- Swiping & Scrolling to (dis)Satisfaction
- The Limits of Belonging
Think you own stuff? Think again.
Most of what you think you own is really just a license to use someone else's stuff.
Paul Kingsnorth and the Truer Path of Worship
I read a few novels during the pandemic year and was pleasantly surprised by Paul Kingsnorth first novel, The Wake. I've since read his second and can't wait to get my hands on the final entry in his loose trilogy.
Reading God's Word like a Poem, Not an Instruction Manual
Speaking of poetry, the Bible contains quite a bit. There's enough poetry in Scripture that we'd do well to read the whole book with a more poetic sensibility.
This Quebecer is planting the seeds of a small-scale organic farming movement
It might be the three homegrown strawberries I just ate, but this sounds like a good idea.
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