Articles Tagged with the word ‘connection’
30 Sep 2012
For some social commentators, the stereotype Londoner is an unfriendly commuter on the underground railway, burying their head in a book. But, one of the capital’s leading artists has decided to dispel this myth
07 Jun 2010
Seán Dagan Wood tracks the musical and spiritual journey of Xavier Rudd, on the release of his new album, Koonyum Sun
26 Aug 2009
Lonneke Kwantes explains the ethos behind her idea for Inspirational Speakers in Schools
28 Feb 2005
The Environmental Youth Alliance are offering an exciting, new, interactive educational workshop for young children that enables them to grow their own food, raising awareness of food issues at the local and global scale. Aiming to educate children on Food Security and Urban Agriculture, Growing Kids incorporates the curriculum while providing a fun learning experience on getting the garden...
30 Sep 2003
"Authentic business can change the world," according to Neil Crofts whose Authentic Business Newsletter has attracted 3,000 subscribers in just over a year.
29 Dec 2001
The value of singing in opening us to experience of the sacred has always been recognised. In earlier times, music and religion were so indistinguishable that it was almost impossible to make music without presupposing its connection with the divine ñ for example Indian Ragas invoking the union of man and God.