The race to save the planet: can we still win?
(7 minute read) To save the planet and save lives even the shock drop in emissions caused by the pandemic is not enough. We need a new world economic order, argues Margareth Sembiring.
Boughs, bumps and bridges
(3 minute read) Three poems exploring the human need to make connections - with nature and with others - and the challenges involved in doing so. By Richard Bauckham, Audrey Priscilla White and Joseph Evans.
Windows on the world
(2 minute read) Nicole Law reflects on the limits - and possibilities - of looking through the windows in our lives.
Three poems, three different experiences of seeing. By Monica Sharp, Richard Bauckham and Joseph Evans.
Seasons in the sun
(3 minute read) Mother Nature is life’s ultimate teacher, says Nicole Law.
Lessons from the lions
(6 minute read) Lisa Fraser looks at the king of the jungle in art, history and literature and finds they are more complex beasts than we may realise.
The simple grace of being
(3 minute read) We present three poems which focus on the greatness of existence.
Waking up to creation’s cry
(4 minute read) Clare Campbell offers a myriad of practical ideas for turning a papal document into a plan for action to save the world.
Art for the soul
(3 minute read) Clare Campbell hails the benefits of allowing children to express themselves … however messily!
(3 minute read) Nicole Law ponders on how to learn the virtue of detachment.