Thought for the Week – Luminous and Noble Divinity

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There was once a king who wanted to be called, ‘Luminous and Noble Divinity’ by his subjects.
One day he discovered an old man who refused [Read More]

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Thought for the Week – Longitudinal Research

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In the 1950’s a group of Harvard students was selected for a longitudinal research project – all the basic data about their lives was collected [Read More]

Thought for the Week

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One of the last chapters in the Rule of Benedict is about the ‘Good Zeal Which Monks Ought to Have. He says, ‘Just as there [Read More]

Thought for the week – Light of the World

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The ‘Light of the World’ is a famous painting
by the artist Holman Hunt. It depicts Jesus the King,
with a crown of thorns, carrying a lantern [Read More]