Shamefully I have been back from Paris for a few weeks now but haven’t really found the time to sit down and actually write about the experiences whilst in my favourite city. I have been many times over the past few years so I won’t dribble on about how tall the Eiffel Tower is or … Continue reading After Charlie Hebdo
Recently I have been producing little inspirational cards or Christian prayer cards for churches in London and Oxford but I have now started making prayer cards for you, the general public. Below is an example of one but if you are interested let me know and I will send you a few more examples. In other … Continue reading Prayer Cards and Blog Update
To me there are few things more beautiful than prayer flags fluttering against the breeze; a dance of shadow, light and colour. It has been far too long since I have sat below these flags in McLeod Ganj, closed my eyes and been mesmerised by the sound of silent prayers whipping in the wind. Just … Continue reading Silent Prayers
I don't want to say much (for once!) as it might distract from the beauty of Saint Paul's Cathedral bathed in a London sunset after rain. So enjoy and don't forget to comment!
The first time I walked through the stunningly beautiful Cloisters of Durham Cathedral I was being anything but studious, despite my surroundings. I wasn't contemplating the meaning of life, debating Locke's Political Theory with my fellow students or even reading Alexander Wells' thriller on Structural Inorganic Chemistry. I was in a gown, waving a stick … Continue reading Harry Potter and The Never-Ending Corridor
I took this photo of His Holiness the Dalai Lama during the incredibly fun Tibetan Children's Village 50th anniversary celebration in October. I took a lot of His Holiness that day but this one for me personally stood out as the most unique and emotive one of His Holiness. I've seen the Dalai Lama at … Continue reading “The Greatest Man on Earth”
I took this photo while I was in Durham last weekend, on the walk up the incredibly snowy roads to the train station I was gifted with this brilliant photo of the Cathedral.