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.
Tuesday 7th August 2018 @ 4:42 pm
Separation anxiety is a real thing. Children and parents. Parents and children. Changing home / city / work / country. Deep loss. [Seemingly] Trivial loss. An attempt at lifestyle improvement, or a coarse rip in the fabric of everything known to be true stable and purposeful.
Being separated from the things, which to this point, have made us who we are, requires the ability to stop, take a breath, and look around.
Looking over the shoulder invites us to see (and learn) where we have come from. Looking all around us invites us to really see where we are. And ...
A state of confusion arises in me as I\'m half ...
Interesting, although I guess there needs to be a nurturing ...
Sounds like you had a great time, what hits me ...
... haha - I hadn\'t gone away - apart from ...
Lol glad you\'re back, how did the rest of Ibiza ...