Month: June 2007
LIfe At Woodbrooke Part 2 | Reading and Writing
I’ve been reading and writing a ton while here at woodbrooke, which I suppose is good since that’s why I came here!? I just finished a fourth section to my final paper, it was on Martin Davie’s analysis of why and how Liberal Quakerism became the predominate form of belief in Britain. It took me […]
(un)Programmed: Towards the Program of the Spirit | YQ Article
About a week ago I had an article come out in Young Quaker, the publication run by Young Friends General Meeting in Britain (See volue 53,number 6). This edition was the last one for Jez Smith, a friend of mine who currently lives in London, and who I worked with on the Britain Yearly Meeting […]
Dress Down Friday | Truth, Blogaholics, and Bad T-Shirts
Another Dress-Down Friday is upon us so kick off your dress shoes, put on your flip flops, grab a cup of Peets (because I can’t) and browse the web.
London, the Olympics and Getting Rid of the Poor
I read this article today in the Guardian and thought it was worth pointing out. The article, “London is getting into the Olympic spirit – by kicking out the Gypsies” by George Monbiot argues that the Olympics, often thought of being a way to boost the economy for the poor, is in fact very hard […]
Weekend Away | Teflord’s Iron Bridge and the Shropshire’s Buildwas Abbey
This past last weekend I had the opportunity to go visit my friend Simon in his home town of Telford and he took me to see some really cool things. Instead of going into great detail I thought I’d put a slideshow together for you to see what we saw.