Once again it is always a great feeling when the sermon gets written. There are two mini-reflections he first on the new enthusiasm for Armistice Day silence on the 11th at 11am. This has only happened in the last few years and I wonder if we are moving away from Remembrance (embodying the hopes of those who gave their lives in building a future) and towards remembering because there is so much conflict and fear at the moment in which we are all so caught up in and it is all far too real to do more than remember. Remembrance comes later when we can move past the present pain into making the future happen. I just wonder if this is evidence we live more in fear that we have done for a long time.
The second relates to that in a way but you'll need to read last nights 60 Seconds on the website for insight into that.