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Words can be like old friends. You don’t come across them for years and then they pop up, return to prominence and become once more part of your everyday life.
Since our last edition, the Black Lives Matter campaign has dominated the headlines and so it couldn’t fail to find its way into Adamah’s pages too. While we genuinely deplore all expressions of racism, and have no doubt that many forms of it continue to exist in our world, we equally deplore the violence and […]
There was a time when survival writing was a rather niche market. If you looked really hard, or asked the bored assistant, bookshops tended to stock a light range of boy scout-esque manuals on what to carry as emergency rations, the joys of Kendal Mint Cake and how to light a fire with sticks. More […]
One of the few positives about the world of lockdown is that people across the globe who were previously time-poor suddenly find themselves time-rich. And just as lottery winners can find their bonanza more a curse than a blessing unless assisted by a money coach to help them manage properly their new found wealth, so […]
Adamah wishes all its readers a joyful and blessed Easter, even in coronavirus confinement.
“Love, hope, fear, faith — these make humanity. These are its sign and note and character.” These words by the American poet Robert Browning were written long before anyone had ever heard of the word “coronavirus”. But they seem to sum up these days (of hope and fear), and offer us a challenge – how […]
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Viruses are everywhere. Some viruses kill. We need to protect ourselves from viruses. We have a responsibility to each other as members of the same human family …
Last week the world was humbled into silence by the memory of the Shoah. With that same spirit of genuine humility, we now present the latest edition of Adamah.
Welcome to edition two of Adamah, the new online journal aimed at stimulating thought and reflection on life’s big – and not so big – issues. Christmas has lit up the last month both in expectation and celebration and the feast’s secular cousin, the New Year, is upon us with, ironically, a very Christian call […]
Listen, don’t shout. Talk calmly, don’t lecture. Laugh, don’t scream. Call this naively idealistic, if you like, but we’re launching Adamah with a hope, and yes a prayer, that it might just work… Co-founders Joseph Evans and Luke Wilkinson introduce our first edition.