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... to learn and grow (cf. 7:14). We can enjoy what we have because the Lord has given it to us.
Verse 20 can also be translated “They seldom reflect on the days of their life, because God keeps them occupied with gladness of heart” (NRSV). The author's point is that when we appreciate the present gifts in life, whatever they may be, we will not have much opportunity to think about the past in a negative way or dwell on the hard times and miss ...
... as the rocks fit so perfectly together without the use of any mortar, unlike 99% of the rest of the walls.
Shortlly down the road from the Mycanae site was the Mycanean tomb of Agamemnon. Plundered in ancient times, nothing was ever found beyond the tomb itself. Still some amazing architecture – massive walls leading to a vaulted dome ceiling.
We came back to the hotel later in the afternoon for ...
... light. During the night the northerly wind got up and was now was pushing waves right up against the sugar scoop transom of Orca and this made a relentless constant thumping so neither of us slept very much at all. The next day we, with the help of Jonathon turned Orca around on the jetty to face into the northerly. The next night we both slept very well.
The wind from the north is gusty as it has been for the past three days, the sun ...
I left Methoni on the 8.30 am bus which took me as far as Isthmus. You can't buy the ticket at Methoni so must make a quick exit at Pylos to the ticket office at the bus stop, or buy in advance of course.
This time the trip was via Kalamata where there was a short and very welcome break before the trip on to Tripolis and Isthmus.
At Isthmus I had only to wait about 10 minutes before the local bus took me ...
... t the end of the quay that Greek sails had so we turned around in a bus park (felt happier now we'd seen some buses that were slightly bigger than Dixie!) and drove the obstacle course back around to the other side of the quay and eventually we saw the logo'd flag of Greek Sails! We parked up along the quay and phoned our contact - very spy like - 'The Dixie has landed, please advise!!'
Suzanne soon turned up to see us ...