The Anglo Tapes. Don’t Hate the Player, Change the Game
Being a Baha’i
Today I’m going to watch a video in my house, with some friends (hopefully) that looks at community development projects Baha’is are involved in all over the world. These programmes take the form of devotional gatherings where wise sacred writings are shared, classes for children, groups for youth and study groups for people of all ages.
Each focuses on spiritual concepts that affect ourselves and the world around us. I am often nervous to say I’m religious or share my beliefs, because organised religion has a bad public image today. I’m a Baha’i because I see it as the purest and most productive way of bettering, or learning to better our world for everyone’s sake. It is spiritual, personal and individual, because the goodness of our character comes from that ‘inner’ place, however we choose to view it. But it is also world-encompassing, because each little positive action, from whatever place in you it comes from, is significant and vitally important.
The Art Team Dublin, Review
I don’t often get my hair did. But the last two times I have, I’ve gotten it done in The Art Team, just off Grafton Street – because there were cheap deals through salonaddict.ie. Yay. But they are the wonderfullest.
Optimo at the Bernard Shaw
Optimo in the Bernard Shaw was so fun. Here are four Vine-length noisy snippets and one from the pizza place after. #ProperSaturdayNight
Butternut Squash Soup with Rosemary
Your Sunday Playlist
Feat. music from the Marley, James Brown, Dinah washington, Beyonce and the Children of Destiny and more. Bon listening.x