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Places Have Prices
Health & Wellness  (tags: retreats, spirituality )

- 854 days ago -
For a passionate advocate of retreats, I have actually made rather few of them. This is overwhelmingly to do with the price tag.
William Blake and the New Jerusa;E,
Society & Culture  (tags: poetry, cities, spirituality, Christianity, art )

- 860 days ago -
For most of my life I have found Blake odd, but now I am ready for him. Perhaps I have grown strange, as well. Blake is prophet as well as poet, more so than any other other English writer.
What's Left for Left When the Right Get Ethical?
World  (tags: politics, left, uk )

- 884 days ago -
Imagining a 'compassionate conservatism' is rather like keeping a vegetarian Alligator.
It's the Co-Op, Jim, But Not as We Know It
Business  (tags: economy, investing, money, banking )

- 893 days ago -
If ever proof were needed that 'small is beautiful', then consider the current demise of the Co-operative Bank.
Health & Wellness  (tags: spirituality, walking, meditation, psychogeography, theogeography )

- 905 days ago -
We began with visions of roadside sermons, but some years on and the road is doing most of the preaching.
Beauty and the Nuclear Beast
Environment  (tags: radia-active, ecosystems, destruction, nature )

- 924 days ago -
Before I turn this post into a travelogue I should say that all this beauty hides an unlovely beast. The beast in question is a decommisioned Magnox nuclear power station on the Blackwater estuary.
Dark Green Religion
Society & Culture  (tags: ethics, religion, spirituality, Bron Taylor, animals, trees, science, earth, gaia, universe, cosmos, environment )

- 1930 days ago -
As outlined in Dark Green Religion: Nature Spirituality and the Planetary Future, Taylor asserts that belief in the sacrality of nature may or may not involve a belief in supernatural beings or forces.
Futurology and the Death of Ray Bradbury
Offbeat  (tags: technology, NewTechnology, futurology, slow, Science Fiction )

- 1268 days ago -
Bradbury was good at the futurology business, because he understood humanity. Technology features in Bradbury's work but he was never fixated by the detail. He did however, appreciate the rhythm, the spirit of it.
From Stratford to Strasbourg - Two Jubilee Perspectives
World  (tags: french, jubilee, monarchy )

- 1270 days ago -
Why the Queen's Diamond Jubliee is a celebration for some and not for others. Perspectives from the UK and France.
Did Jesus Do Multi-Tasking?
Offbeat  (tags: Body-Mind-Spirit, anxiety, priorities, slow, time management, multi-taskingreligion )

- 1276 days ago -
Demands stacking up, time pressures and not enough hours in the day? Did Jesus do multi-tasking?
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