Posts Tagged ‘Spirited Crone’

Muslim woman’s seam of resistance Comments 0

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

There’s more to art and spirituality than meets the eye, ear or intellect.  More is what lingers, soothing the troubled soul, leaving a bad taste, irritating beyond belief or what we thought we knew.  More is about our interaction with that which is not obvious, a process that inadvertently engages us in co-creation of the Read more

Tangling with Divine space Comments 0

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Just because your life’s fallen down doesn’t mean there’s nothing left I thought as I gazed at the skeleton of Knox Presbyterian Church in Christchurch. Instead of being desolate, this space had a stark kind of beauty. On the whole, space, silence and nothing are discomforting.  So much so that we try to fill space, Read more

Pray for London on post-it-notes Comments 0

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

A traditional religious response in times of trouble is to pray. Not in expectation of divine intervention, instead it’s a way of expressing pain, recognising our shared humanity and dreaming of a hopeful future lived within the Earth, the only home we have. At one of the workshops during the  ‘Let’s Pray – Kia inoi Tatou’ symposium hosted Read more