Posts Tagged “Henri Nouwen”

Simple Questions for artists – #4

by Geoff Hall on January 28, 2016

January 2016 –        We are following Seth Godin’s 4 simple questions for writers/artists.   Who are you? What is it for? Who is it for? Will it spread?   This month it’s our final question, ‘Will it (…)

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The Group Monthly Letter – And New Years Resolve

by Geoff Hall on January 2, 2014

December/January 2013/14 – New Years Resolve   Hi, This is a short letter for busy lives.   There’s been a lot of drivel written about Christmas, about materialism and self-indulgence, but I’d like to tell you that I’ve been thrilled (…)

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The Group Christmas Letter – The Sowing of Light

by Geoff Hall on November 29, 2011

The sowing of light.               Dear Arts Mentoring Group,   I was doing my early morning reflection & meditation on Song 97. It offers us a rich, evocative metaphor on this theme of light. (…)

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The Group Monthly Letter – An eloquent silence, for a friend

by Geoff Hall on October 31, 2011

October, 2011. An eloquent silence, for a friend. Dear Arts Mentoring Group, I was watching a film last night about Martin Luther and a phrase popped up in the dialogue, that a monk who observes the vow of silence does (…)

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How to overthrow oppressive Governments – a guidebook for the Artist Part Two

by Geoff Hall on October 27, 2011

 Part Two – modes of transportation ‘Everything is fine, but the ship is still headed in the wrong direction’ – Edward De Bono. Whilst we seem to be celebrating bigger ecclesiastical organisations with greater institutional control, I can’t help thinking of that (…)

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How to overthrow oppressive Governments – a guidebook for the Artist

by Geoff Hall on October 12, 2011

Part One: The background to this present Simulation. I’m going to be developing this thread over the next few weeks, not from a political perspective, but in the light of society, art and spirituality.  I’ll be looking at an artistic (…)

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