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J. G. Wright, F. R. S. L.

J. G. Wright, F. R. S. L.

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  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature

The Mending of Life

The fourteenth century was a mystical century. It followed an age of prodigious activity, mental, artistic, and religious. Men and women longed to be guided in the Divine way. Richard Rolle had a message for such, which he put down in writing. One of his books, The Mending of Life;…
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The Enlarged Heart

An Easter Thought "If so be that we suffer with Him...we may be also glorified together.—St. Paul If thou wilt not suffer, thou refusest to be crowned; but if thou desirest to be crowned, fight manfully and endure patiently.—Thomas a Kempis I know it is difficult to enter into Easter…
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Days of Judgment

It was New Year’s Eve. I sat by the fire in my billet and my mind turned, as it always does on New Year’s Eve, to Tennyson’s lines:— "Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky,The flying cloud, the frosty light,The year is dying in the night,Ring out, wild bells,…
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