Wayford Bridge Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hmmmmmm, and then he throws in a couple of quotes, the first by Teresa Moorey:
“Pagans happily acknowledge their unrestrained love of life and its pleasures, but they also undertake responsibility for themselves, humanity and the earth.”
And finally he gives us:
“It is now apparent that the ecological pragmatism of the so-called Pagan religions was a great deal more realistic in terms of conservation ethics than the ...
After a Eurostar journey from Paris to London, a taxi ride across London, then another train from London to Norwich, we arrived at my friend Maureen's house in Mulbarton, a lovely little village near Norwich. Angie (Maureen's daughter) picked us up from the railway station so that Maureen could complete the feast she was preparing - Christmas dinner! And what a feast! Turkey with home made stuffing, ...
... behind the spoken word........... We find it silence and stillness. We find it in pain and loss. We find it in birth and death. Thus, while we will always live in story, we need to anchor our stories frequently in the truth. .............
The truth comes as a gift, welling up through the cracks between our stories. It is not something we can figure out; it comes, rather, in spite of our attempts to figure it out. It is a revelation. ....................The ...
... flow. If the appearance of the ruins detracted from our experience, caged as they were and showing the accoutrements of modern day workmen, the site itself held us with its power. There were trees surrounding the site which portrayed a serene majesty that was hard to miss. We heard that many are newer versions of ancient trees which had stood at this spot. Eventually we bid our farewells and moved on to walk the last few hundred metres down to the edge of ...
... a bubble or flash of fin on the surface, but it’s impossible to really track the progress or actually see the object sought. Pilgrimage though does not feel like another simply version of busyness. It’s like the unity that Satish Kumar talks about in reuniting Soil, Society and Soul. We need Hands, Head and Heart to be engaged in an activity if it is to have meaning and not simply be wasted busyness. In walking, I feel I am physically active but also my head in engaged ...