a little pure joy

Thanks to Simon Marsh for posting¬†Sparkling Waters.¬†As he says, “a little pure joy for the eyes and ears.” My own reflection, my play on the water, is filtered through questions of those who feel in the doldrums and those who can’t be still. Stunningly beautiful, fairly typical reflecting water reflecting life never calm playground for […]

Reflections

Anish Kapoor Sky Light at Nottingham Alan Smith & Peter Shaw provide some helpful advice about the importance of reflection in The Reflective Leader. They remind us that the “greatest sea changes that have come about in human history have been rooted in reflection”. They list six principles: Record first impressions, thoughts and reflections systematically, […]

>Pause for Reflection

>This picture is from Estaticist’s photostream and is from Butchart Gardens on Vancouver Island called Pause for Reflection.Sam Wells refers to the way sherpas in the Himalayas will suddenly stop their climbing, put down their equipment and rest – as if waiting for shomething or somebody. This causes great consternation to westerners. “Why do you […]

“How are we going to cope with this?” or “What on earth can we do about that?” is so often the starting point for a relevant and exciting piece of theological work, even though it begins on a negative and worrying note….. It is a fact that good theology is more likely to derive from […]