From resentment to recollection

Whenever I walk in a London street, I'm ever so careful to watch my feet;   And I keep in the squares,   And the masses of bears, Who wait at the corners all ready to eat The sillies who tread on the lines of the street,   Go back to they lairs,   And I say to them, … Continue reading From resentment to recollection

11 Ways of Dealing with Anxiety:
3. Meeting with Stillness

Anxiety, holding Magnifying Glass. Studio Shot This is the third instalment of 11 Ways of Dealing with Anxiety, an ongoing experiment in being human. Meeting with stillness In Into the Silent Land, Martin Laird suggests that "the skill we must learn" is to "meet" "thoughts and feelings with stillness instead of commentary" (pp 63 & … Continue reading 11 Ways of Dealing with Anxiety:
3. Meeting with Stillness

The Sixth Day

I have been listening to the pray-as-you-go podcast. On Tuesday the reading was the sixth day from the creation story in Genesis where 'man' (does this mean each person or humanity en masse?) is created in the 'image and likeness of God.' It is a shocking thought. When pushing through the clot of humanity on … Continue reading The Sixth Day