Jools Hamilton is a Methodist minister, currently working as Student Chaplain to Trinity college Dublin.
He loves God, life, his work, the Irish rugby team, fine dining with great friends, and a great nights craic – in the totally Irish sense.
He can cook a mean peppered chicken, he rides bikes, he loves music, and he has been known to cry at stunning shows, moving movies and bad–ass books.
Sunday 30th June 2019 @ 4:10 pm
‘Proceduralism’ as it turns out, is pretty important.
It is the unwritten rules by which social order is kept when political adversaries agree to stick to the same rules of play. Peaceable transfer of power depends on it. Normative nonviolent and diplomatic society keeps on track because of it. This is the grandeur of status quo. Therefore, on one level it is the epitome of ‘nothing changes here.’
Except it’s not – one of the very simple, completely verifiable and unchangeable rules of biological life (of which we are wonderfully a part), is that everything changes here. Nothing ...
A state of confusion arises in me as I\'m half ...
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Sounds like you had a great time, what hits me ...
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Lol glad you\'re back, how did the rest of Ibiza ...