'My Heart is Too Big for My Pacemaker'
Selected writings by Shane Jagger
Today I’m like an onion
Sad with separation
Grief makes me cry
Chop and cook me gently
Add a little saffron
for joining together and laughter
Serve me to those whom I love
This limited edition booklet (200 numbered copies) with twenty-six poems
is now available from the office at Chisholme. Read the review by Christopher Ryan
£10 including p&p wordwide
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'What Comes Next' – Music CD
A wonderful collection of songs and music by friends of Chisholme featuring a one-off performance by the legendary Arthur Brown, two Gerry Rafferty Songs, and an amazing range of musical styles including Americana, Reggae, Opera, Electronica, Serbian Gypsy, Bluegrass and beyond.
Soul of a Man – Georgia Cass & Chris Brierley
Tango Habibi – Arthur Brown & the Vastearth Orchestra
Moonlight and Gold – Miwa Nagato Apthorp & Donald Knox
Judge – Makating
Ave Maria – Peter Shipman & Kirsten Morrison
Dink’s Song – John Cass
Run Run Run Amalanou
The Ark Martha Rafferty and the Rafferty Family
Am I a Good Mystic? – Jofis
Colorado Exile – Lou Yeidel
Ya – MaGaMe Trio
Shine – Jason Titley
Melt the Soul – Kirsten Morrison
Over My Shoulder – Francesca Tedeschi
Bosphorus Dogs – Aaron Cass
Wayfaring Stranger – Eliza Cass
What Comes Next? – Jonathan Spottiswoode
Fly Away – The Steading Yard Birds
£7.50 plus P&P
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All profits from the CD will go to the Volunteer Fund enabling young people on low incomes to get involved in educational projects run by the School.
On Christmas Eve 1968 the first picture ever of our whole planet from ‘outside’ was taken. It has become one of the most powerful symbols of our age.
At this time in history we are to take nothing personally. Least of all ourselves.
The fabulous dining-room table at Chisholme is 40 years old this winter. Charles Verey tells its story.
Sat 28th September 2019
The distinction between non-theistic and theistic spirituality according to Ibn 'Arabi
Mon 14th October 2019
Fri 22nd November 2019 20:00
What does it mean to be human? How do we relate to ourselves, to others, to the world?