Let Me See One Last Thing

For Evie When you see what I have seen And see it better When you love what I love, and better, Then let my hand slip from yours Do not grasp And let me fall behind you on the strand And pass Let me see one last thing you have…

Forgetting How

There are times when I forget how to write. I read over something that I have written in the past and it is a marvel to me. How did I produce this, this construction of words, this revelation? I want to write. I do not know how. But perhaps I…

Madness

walking in the grounds of the asylum the sinking foundations of the world in which we live > “On all sides, madness fascinates man. The fantastic images it generates are not fleeting appearances that quickly disappear from the surface of things. By a strange paradox, what is born from the strangest…

Growing together

Planting Trees and being towards death – authenticity, Heidegger (B&T, 321) Root and Branch – the amount that will never be seen which holds up the top – Dickens, the undisclosed spaces in the human heart, our roots. > Where, however, it is recognized that the power of death has been broken, where…

Supporter Update 2

[http://andersonpost.org/support-our-ministry/] Hey It’s the lightbulb moments that keep you going in campus ministry. You know, the times when you’re reading the Bible with someone and while you’re reading the Holy Spirit flicks a switch somewhere in the other person’s heart. ‘Bing!’ on comes…

Supporter Update 1

[http://andersonpost.org/support-our-ministry/] Hey Sometimes Campus ministry is just plain weird. At around 11am this morning I was nearly elbow deep in penne pasta trying madly to cook dinner for 60 people. I’m currently nervously waiting to see if I managed to pull it off without killing anyone…

Supporter Signup

[http://andersonpost.org/support-our-ministry/] This is an email about supporting Dan Anderson’s ministry at the University of Sydney (Cumberland Campus). If you’ve recieved it by mistake, are uninterested, or have received it multiple times, I’m very sorry. It’s a one off and I won’t bother…

Joyfully Wrong

For Nat, in his 9th year. Follow Rossi Street to its terminus and you’ll find an unexpected fold in the land. It marks one possible end of the town of Yass. A geological circumstance—a fault—swallows the river and on either side the lolloping hills of the Southern…