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February 14, 2019

David Harvey: A Peace That Lasts

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Intriguingly, David and Marion’s paths crossed with the Bruderhof’s just at this time. One Sunday in 1996 they pulled into an Open Day event at our Beech Grove community in Nonington, Kent specifically to see the beautiful listed building on the...

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December 29, 2018

A Singularly Memorable Christmas

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If there is one thing the Bruderhof knows how to do well, it is Advent. For the uninitiated, Advent is the time between the fourth Sunday before Christmas and Christmas itself – roughly a month brim-full of expectation, song, time spent together...

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July 31, 2018

Hamlet within This Wooden “O”

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Globe actors know that such an audience demands a powerfully convincing performance. Footloose groundlings lavish their approval or restless disapproval directly on the players, as well as visibly communicating it to everyone else in the theatre...

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June 21, 2018

Beyond the Shadows of Dementia

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I never knew Connie the celebrated cellist, the accomplished Cordon Bleu chef, the sensitive artist, the creative gardener, the clever architect, or the deeply loving wife who cared for her husband for years before he died. Others filled in the...

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