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About jonbirch

animator, illustrator, character designer, graphic designer. music producer/recording musician. co-owner of PROOST. proost.co.uk
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  1. Ali says:

    Happy Easter!

  2. soniamain says:

    today he has risen:)

  3. linus says:

    There’s something going on up there, but i’m not sure exactly what…

  4. Laura says:

    oh it’s just some little thing about someone living again after they died.

  5. AnneDroid says:

    I awful wish more people WERE interested! Your cartoon intensifies my longing that it be so. I shouldn’t have read it the night before a week at work, I suppose… maybe this week’ll be the week…

  6. AnneDroid says:

    Oops. Meant to add, Happy Easter to you and yours and your readers/viewers/whatever you call us. xx

  7. jonbirch says:

    you too, annedroid… and ‘asboers’ is my affectionate term for all who take an interest in this li’l ol’ blog. have a good week. :-)

  8. subo says:

    ah yes, sometimes it feels as though everything’s in fashion except christianity

    yet am just gripped everytime, every year, and life, with all it’s angst, makes sense again

    at church they read the passage where Peter & John run into the tomb, fretting about who’s done what to Jesus’ body – only to realise he rose, and carefully folded up the head cloth (well he was a craftsman, so he would wouldn’t he)

    happy easter, x

  9. Sarah says:

    As an ex-practising Christian this is intriguing to me.

    At the end of the day, it’s just love that matters.

    Sas x

  10. FB says:

    I suspect that love is always attractive. It seems that Christianity is not attractive at present. These facts may be connected…….

  11. Dawn says:

    what is love though? sometimes love is hard, and hard things need to be said for the good of people. Love isnt about being all nice. Love delights in the truth, and the truth isnt always easy to hear, sometimes the truth hurts.

  12. linus says:

    Agreed, Dawn, but sometimes the difference between love and condemnation is not what you say, but how you say it, and how much effort you’re prepared to put in before you say anything – showing that you care for someone, earning their trust, earning the right to have an opinion. Getting to know them and understand their circumstances, and how what you think is true really applies to them, so that when you do speak, what you say really is truth and really is full of love and care for a person you know and have taken the time to develop friendship with and compassion for.

    Love definitely isn’t about being nice, but it is about being patient and kind. Love delights in the truth, but it is never rude and it never demands its own way. Just as its perfectly possible to mistake being nice for being loving, its also possible to mistake being rude for speaking the truth. Even if you have the best of motives for attempting to do so.

  13. markk says:

    and where does that love come from – because it sure isn’t from me, especially when it’s hard work

  14. roy says:

    ah yes, always thought he died to cos of the sin thing but after a weekend of twitter and facebook updates realise he died for the extra holidays ;-)

  15. FB says:

    That’s why it’s attractive Dawn.

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