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London - Day Four: Towers, Bridges, and Markets, oh my! And don't forget The London Eye

London is thoroughly exhausting! It seems that we’ve spent more time on the Tube than we’ve spent off the Tube, but I’m left wondering why my body hurts so much. 730 more words


Postcards from London

My hotel in London was right opposite the Tower of London and Tower Bridge.

Here’s Tower Bridge with elegant accents of blue.

It was cloudy for almost all of my visit – 64 more words

Our World

The tree of healing

I said last week that I needed time to reflect before I said anything about the first anniversary of the London Bridge attack. In fact I had to say a great deal without the luxury of much reflective time.  947 more words

Great Reading: Guignol's Band by Louis-Ferdinand Céline

I can’t help saying that when I die I’d like to be left on the pavement as is, just like that, all alone in front of The London… let everyone go away… you wouldn’t see anything happening… I think I’d be carried off gently… That’s my notion… faith in the gloom… It hasn’t any basis, of course… Ah!

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London Bridge isn't falling down - it's a place full of life

WANDLE WANDERINGS: Our intrepid rambler, KEN TOWL, doesn’t just take on walks around the countryside near Croydon. He’s happy to do a pub crawl in an area that ought to be within easy reach by train… 1,079 more words


Early Mornings In London!

Good morning! I mean really early morning. Most of my days have an early start, and that is 5:30, and let me tell you it isn’t easy. 224 more words

Broken Beauty

This is the sermon I preached this morning in Southwark Cathedral.  The readings were Deuteronomy 5.12-15; 2 Corinthians 4.5-12; Mark 2.23-3.6

One of the joys of Sunday – for me – apart from being here with you of course – is watching ‘Antiques Roadshow’.  852 more words