Thursday, September 30, 2010

Blob Spirituality

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Blob Spirituality is a book of visual tools designed to enable deep conversations about issues which matter to people. Using the primary languages common to all people - body language and feelings - it provides the user with a means to explore issues as wide as bullying and change, through to Christmas and weddings. Take a look at the contents page to see the full range of visuals. The book comes with copyright permission for the purchaser to photocopy with their groups.

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With so many blob pictures on one poster you will never run out of ideas for discussion. Includes guidance notes.

Size: 84 x 60cm, laminated

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Had a great night out last night
Curry in Brick Lane
with friends to die for

Great food but the delight
is the humans.

Great conversations
born at Greenbelt
and carried on,
curried on,
with many various gatherings.

We always miss people
some make it
others can't but
we love it all the same.

I could have danced all night.

DJTrevorNelson, a favourite DJ of mine

Comments on a survey which says that the REM song

'everybody hurts'

makes men cry MORE THAN ANY OTHER

His song is 'redemption song' by bob marley

Mine is 'ONE' by U2

what's yours?


The Top 10 Songs That Make Men Cry
1. Everybody Hurts - REM
2. Tears in Heaven - Eric Clapton
3. Hallelujah - Leonard Cohen
4. Nothing Compares 2 U - Sinead O'Connor
5. With or Without You - U2
6. The Drugs Don't Work - The Verve
7. Candle In The Wind - Elton John
8. Streets of Philadelphia - Bruce Springsteen
9. Unchained Melody - Todd Duncan
10. Angels - Robbie Williams

Greenbelt Festival / Shop + Talks / Talks /
A Talk/Workshop facilitated by Pip Wilson called::
Sometimes the cheese is falling off our cracker

Pip Wilson

Artist Photo
  • Sometimes the cheese is falling off our cracker

    Catalogue No GB10-66

    Year 2010: The art of looking sideways

    We all need tools in our life toolbox for the times we are sharp with the ones we love or “difficult” relationships at work. Level 5 is a tool, a skill to have ready for emotional moments. It is about managing emotions and learning the ability to avoid regrettable outbursts. A workshop to get tooled up.

CD £4.50 / MP3 £3.50

Speaker Biography:
Pip Wilson

This was received from my friend Claudia in LA, who I have never met - eye to eye.
It is the movie shown at the funeral of Michael Been, lead singer of 'The Call'.

Let your day begin ..........................

I have blogged much about 'Let the Day Begin' - played at the start of 'The Very Stinking Late Show' at the Greenbelt Festival - every show - up to 5 times every festival.
He played with The Call there too.
Powerful stuff.

It churns me/connects with me
especially with the issue of how we can live out our faith in God - loving God/Living the world/Loving the world.

I checked my iPhone this morning in bed.
Then received the link to THIS.
I watched and wept in my bed - my iPhone shaking as I viewed and felt the power and love of a life lived.

Thank God for Michael Been.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Have been for weeks
Not fleet footed
I have had to be different
I have had to be different
I have had to be change
Ponder more
Read more
Jean Vanier
Anne Lamott
John Powell
sip at the well

I found this in a little notebook
when/how long ago?

PS I don't feel like this
this was in the past
when I was midst great change
I write and work through stuff
my own stuff
The stuff of others
as I write
hey hey


Below a prayer which can also
be sung as a hymn to the tune::

'God of all faithfulness'
If you know it - you may find yourself humming it internally as you read.
Lord of our city, we bring you its pain
The muggings, the dole queues,
The lift’s bust again.
The fear of each stranger –
And nowhere to play.
The waiting for buses at the start of the day.

Lord of our homeless, we bring you their cry
The waiting on promises – pie in the sky.
The red tape and questions and
Sent on their way
The sense of frustration at the noon of the day.

Lord of all races, all colours of skin,
Please make us fight racism,
Let us begin
To see how our prejudice colours the way
We treat friends and neighbours
At the end of the day.

Lord of our whole lives, we bring them to you
We’re powerless, defeated till
You make us new,
Then powered by your Spirit, we
Go on once more
With news of Your wholeness
Good News for the poor.


Monday, September 27, 2010

Yesterday we had a big Family Event.
was Baptised in a Church in North London
followed by a Pub Party with loads of
and a great time was had by all.

Her are a sample of the pix from the party and in the Church.

This little beautiful human
blows me away.
Not only her beauty
her spirit
her life
her instinct
and her eyes ....

Her Granddad here ........... and really pleased to be so .....