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KeepingWell during Ramadan
Tips for supporting your wellbeing during the month of Ramadan.
The Trauma of Being Alive
Mark Epstein talks about approaching trauma in our lives
How do you celebrate a religious festival whilst social distancing
Few tips from BBC on how to continue to celebrate various festivals during COVID social Distancing:
Helps for Ramadan
A selection of links/articles that might be useful for those observing Ramadan
The Easter Story told through Plants (from Radio 4)
My Muslim colleague on our chaplaincy team recommended this as a multi faith/spiritual resource recently: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000h25g
A reflection on the present pandemic crisis
A Buddhist Resource For Everyone.........
Plum Village Resources for stressful times and others.........
Statement of Reflection by UK Faith Leaders
Bahai, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jain, Jews, Muslim, Sikh, and Zoroastrian clerics (some of which have long standing connections with Near Neighbours) have joined forces to produce a statement that encourages people of all faiths and none to keep hope and promote unity in these unsettling times. FULL TEXT OF THE STATEMENT OF REFLECTION We come together as faith leaders in Britain to offer this joint reflection during these fragile and difficult times: We acknowledge the pain, suffering, d
What's The Point Of Music Asks Peter Gabriel
Musician Peter Gabriel shares some ideas on music and our emotional life
The Bright Field By R.S.Thomas
Inspiring words from RS Thomas................
A letter from The Vatican to Muslims on the Occasion of Ramadan
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Looking At Nothing by The River.............
A short clip of Somewhere Else..........
Be Here Now
This is a link to a song written and recorded by George Harrison in 1973 and has been re recorded recently by Doyle Bramhall II. It has a strong orientation towards mindfulness and is peaceful and relaxing?