What is the greatest musical instrument of all? I believe it is the human voice. Nothing compares to the joy of a capella harmony singing – in perfect pitch, of course, and under the tuition of an inspirational musical director… or how about four musical directors, one for each voice part? Recently I took partContinue reading “Heaven on Earth: The Joy of A Capella Harmony Singing with The B Naturals”
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Hattton Locks, Warwick: The Stairway to Heaven
I have long felt that canals are like a parallel world, a shining ribbon running through our towns and countryside, often hidden from us by lush greenery. All the haste and anxiety and stress of our frantic, driven lives seems to melt away for those climbing the steps down to, walking alongside, boating on, orContinue reading “Hattton Locks, Warwick: The Stairway to Heaven”
Places of Inspiration Part 2: The Heavenly City: A View of London
What is your view of the city? Is it a place you work in, and suffer all the stress of commuting? Or perhaps it’s a place you live in? In my novel Zoe emails her sister with these words: Hi, you in crowded, stressed old London from me in the peaceful, perfect Cotswolds… But thoseContinue reading “Places of Inspiration Part 2: The Heavenly City: A View of London”
Our Picture of Heaven – Static and Changeless, or Wild and Dynamic?
What is your idea of heaven? If asked to draw an image of it, what would you come up with? I’ve found that people may often be unwilling to either say exactly what they think heaven is like, or to create their own image of it. And then they seem held back by ideas ofContinue reading “Our Picture of Heaven – Static and Changeless, or Wild and Dynamic?”