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Here is a beautiful picture of the Peace Council a few years back now. So many shining faces representing spirituality and religion and celebrating this multifaith initiative.
I had to share it, if only for the selfish reason that I will visit it from time to time. It makes me smile. :-)
This is a spirituality website. I live in Swindon UK, and come from an interfaith perspective - I believe there are many paths to God.
Mine has been a personal spiritual journey, much of it taking place in the silence and solitude of a room, during the years when I was living with very severe Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
One of the reasons I take an interfaith perspective is that my experience tells me that God can meet with us wherever we are.
Whilst such things as books, ritual, religion and community can help us on the spiritual path, ultimately God is...
God can be found in silence.
God will enter your heart and mind when you invite Him/Her/It to do so.
During the years of severe illness, my mind filled with inspirations or poems which I dictated. (The muscle fatigue in my arms was too great to physically write them down.)
You will find my poems, many of them interfaith, threaded throughout this spiritual website. You can also click through to read about my small book of spiritual love poems, Be Loved, Beloved.
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