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Although we have been in Bury St Edmunds for two days now we have yet to really contemplate the history and importance of this town. We have waited until today to visit the famous Abbey which also forms an important centre for the Mary Michael earth energy currents. Bury St Edmunds began as a Saxon settlement and in AD 630 Sigeberht, the King of East Anglia founded a Monastery here. But it was the ninth century King Edmund, who in his death at the ...
... to enjoy less and suffer more, no, we are offering a world of more beauty, more joy, more connection, more love, more fulfilment, more exuberance, more leisure, more music, more dancing, and more celebration. The most inspiring glimpses you've ever had about what human life can be - that is what we are offering. If you can firmly hold the vision of that, you will communicate it as a subtext to your activism. People respond much better to that than to the ...
... this tour so far. But today I hit a figurative bump in the road.
It's the summer break in Cambridge this week.
There is not much happening.
There is nothing listed in the "what's on in Cambridge" websites.
There appears that there is nothing to do but rest.
So while I tried to rest I learnt something. Fitting that it happened in Cambridge.
I'm terrible at resting.
I flounder without direction.
... the snow or who don't have seasons!).
Finally, having finished so many hikes in other countries, I also just have to quickly mention something we don't even give a thought to, but which really are special - footpaths! Not only is it virtually unique that the English public has a protected right to walk on them, we also have a dense network running all over the country (our 15 national trails equal 2,500 miles!) and not only that, many of our paths were walked on ...
Today I visited the charming town of Cambridgeshire known to most by Cambridge University which the town surrounds. Unfortunately for me, of all the weeks to visit, this happened to be the one where all the colleges were closed for visitors due to the end of term for all the students. In fact, there were May balls due to take place later tonight and fireworks filled the sky the night before. I didn't let it get to me that I couldn't go in the buildings though because they were ...