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bread and water

(poet and divine, John Donne)

I was at St Paul’s Cathedral this evening for the Water of Life event which marked the UN’s World Water Day, and which opened with a beautiful reading by Jane Draycott – 180 more words

St. Paul's Cathedral, London, England

St. Paul’s Cathedral is always stunning no matter the angle of the shot or the time of day.

England

On the Subject of Things That Go Bump

Fear. An intriguing topic. A strange topic.

Fear. It’s been accepted as a norm. People are expected to be afraid. It’s the only reasonable sort of thing to do when faced with certain things. 342 more words

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Glory on high

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A colourful note: the colour indigo was named after the indigo dye derived from the Indigofera tinctoria plant.  India is believed to be the oldest centre of indigo dyeing in the Old World: the association of India with indigo is reflected in the Greek word for the dye, which was indikon. 47 more words

London

Saint Paul’s and its Peripatetic Organ

The earthquake shook the city awake at 6:00am on February 9, 1971. While the trembling only lasted for 12 seconds, sixty-four individuals lost their lives and landmarks across Los Angeles were damaged or destroyed. 770 more words

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