Stimming: Self-stimulating behaviour and me

Stimming Stimming is a repetitive behaviour done mostly by people with autism, but not exclusively. It is short for self-stimulating behaviour and is stereotypical in people with autism. It is a repetitive behaviour which helps calm us down while at the same time probably irritating the hell out of you. It is characterised by flapping …

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Making space for God: Where is your garden?

Making space for God Where is your garden? The Hebrew word for garden: gannah literally means ‘a covered or hidden place,’ this kind of garden in biblical times was usually a walled enclosure, a place with winding paths, fruit trees, running water, fountains, sweet smelling herbs and blossoms a beautiful, tranquil sheltered place! We need …

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Reblog: From Taiwan to London ~ with love! — Catherine Lee

Catherine Lee is a mission partner of ours at Holy Trinity Church Huddersfield. Here is her blog from three days ago: This was really quite some weekend! What you need to know (according to Wikipedia): Lambeth Palace, London is the official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury in England. And the Archbishop of Canterbury …

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