Reflection Tag Archive

Art & Culture

Painting the soul

(9 minute read)
Carolyn Morrison goes behind the canvas to discover the profound meaning in some of the world’s best-known paintings.

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Family

The greatest gift…

(4 minute read)
Marie McCoy offers an inspiring and honest glimpse into the life of a modern mum.

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Stroll with Nicole

I’m coming home …

(3 minute read)
Nicole law finds inspiration to let go of old hurts in a famous painting

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COVID-19Social IssuesThought-provoking

Life after lockdown: is a kinder, more caring world possible?

(5 minute read)
Brian Clarke argues that as we look forward to the end of the pandemic, we need to rethink our fundamental values. This article won third place in our Adamah Media Young Writers’ Competition.

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COVID-19FamilyLatest

A headteacher’s pandemic diary

(13 minute read)
Clare Campbell writes movingly of life under lockdown in the classroom.

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COVID-19Mental Health

Finding ourselves through loss

(7 minute read)
John-Luke Harris believes that all we have lost in lockdown might be key to finding ourselves once it ends.

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Stroll with Nicole

May I have this dance?

(4 minute read)
Nicole Law finds some useful insights into her spiritual life on the dance floor.

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COVID-19HistoryMental HealthThought-provoking

Lessons for lockdown from a Holocaust survivor

(7 minute read)
Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl developed a unique approach to life which enabled him to survive various Nazi concentration camps. Clare Cooper explains how his approach could be adapted to lockdown.

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COVID-19LifestyleMental HealthSocial Issues

Discovering unlikely worlds in the silence of 2020

Margareth Sembiring uses the lockdown silence to look inside herself, and hears unforeseen melodies …

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Editorial

Have yourself a merry Adamah Christmas … by listening

For a season which is habitually designated as one of goodwill, Christmas this year is struggling to live up to its reputation. Divisions in society are chasming into ruptures – the sharp, noisy drill of a pandemic on otherwise healthy soil has left deep cracks. Political and cultural earthquakes in Britain and America (think Trump, […]

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