One of the first things our new Prime Minister did after his appointment was to pray and to make it clear that he is a person of faith.
There’s a longing in each of our hearts for connection and belonging. The “Uluru Statement from the Heart” is a profound cry to be heard.
Women of different faiths share things they value about their faith.
Religions have been formed and have shifted in times of change and challenge to meet the hopes and dreams of the people.
What do people appreciate as the grander gifts of creation?
People of faith have a sense of some spiritual being, or presence, which has power, creativity and wisdom beyond any human person.
So, where does it come from and what does meditation have to offer you and me? The short answer: meditation can make you feel more free and more fully alive.
A central focus of our whole lifestyles should be sustainability.
People of faith are usually called to love their God – body, mind and soul. If we are genuinely committed to doing that we must allow our minds to challenge all that we believe.
It’s a space for me to be myself, to be at ease, connected and creative.