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Move.

27 March 2015

Sure enough, the Missing Piece’s corners do begin to wear off and gradually its shape changes. 

Eventually, The Missing Piece, becomes a circle and it begins to roll – and so fulfils its dream of travelling somewhere new (not with the aid of another) but all by itself

We can change as we move, but the moving is important.

The Rev’d Dr. Anna Wallis – Associate Priest at Huddersfield Parish Church 

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Fitting

“The missing piece sat alone, waiting for someone to come along and take it somewhere.”  Silverstein tells (or rather draws) the tale of a lonely little wedge that dreams of finding a big circle into which it will fit perfectly, so that together they can roll along and travel to somewhere new

Many shapes come along, but none are quite right.

The missing piece tries everything to get noticed: it makes itself more attractive; it tries to be flashier — but that only scares some of the shapes away and leaves it ever lonelier

How do you fit with others? Friends, partners, God?

The Rev’d Dr. Anna Wallis – Associate Priest at Huddersfield Parish Church