The inspirational short film Challenging Impossibility, a documentary on Sri Chinmoy‘s weightlifting, received an overwhelmingly positive response at the Tribeca Film Festival 2011.
Shaun Tan’s ‘The Lost Thing’ is a labour of love – a film of only 15 minutes which took 4 people 3.5 years to make. Anything worth doing is worth doing well, as the saying goes. I love to see any creative work done with such complete commitment, devotion to detail and (most of ALL) heart.
It’s not often I find anything worth watching on telly, and even less often I find anything truly inspiring, but the Beeb have come up trumps for the last 3 weeks with a series called The Big Silence. Benedictine Monk, Father Christopher Jamison, believed he could teach 5 so-called ordinary people the value of silent more »
Seems this site has lain neglected for a whole year now, while I’ve been writing elsewhere. Rather than a tedious round-up or a list of more specific apologies, I thought I’d highlight a favourite event of the last twelve months: singing Sri Chinmoy’s music in Norway and Iceland, with Temple-Song-Hearts.
Last night I was telling someone about Ashrita Furman’s Guinness World Record for holding the most Guinness World Records, and within an hour I discovered there were two articles in the UK news about his self-transcendence feats on the very same day.
I spent last weekend in a country house just outside Dublin, an international gathering hosted by the Irish Sri Chinmoy Centre. As always we were treated like kings and queens, or at least lords and ladies of the manor in this case.
I recently had the good-fortune of creating a website for a new venture in London: World Heart Beat Music Academy. The project is the dream of my dear friend Sahana Gero, and I’m really proud to play even a small part of making it a reality.
During a recent trip to Bali a few friends and I performed a rhyming play for some of Sri Chinmoy’s students, based on two stories by Sri Chinmoy.
Okay, I’m talking about work again, but when work is this much fun you’ll have to let me off. I’ve just finished a website for IMMORTALITY’S FLAME-WAVES — an all-female theatre company based in London.
This is my latest website: a portfolio for amateur photographer Unmukta Gerretsen of the Netherlands. It was a very enjoyable project, as I love good photography, especially travel photography.