The Spiritual Life Is Much Like A Game Of Chess

My temporary prayer table Me and my son love to play Chess. We've been passing the time in the current draconian lockdown keeping our brains busy with this ancient game. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the game, its main objective is to overpower your opponent in a fight for control. The main … Continue reading The Spiritual Life Is Much Like A Game Of Chess

After Thousands Of Years A Remarkable Discovery Has Been Made

Image by enriquelopezgarre from Pixabay I sat with my spiritual father today who discussed with me a quote on his calendar for the month of February. It was of St.John Chrysostom. In previous weeks we had discussed how St.John was a favorite Saint of mine so he felt it relevant to give me the quote. … Continue reading After Thousands Of Years A Remarkable Discovery Has Been Made

A Corpse Buried With The Oldest Jewellery In The World

5th millennium BC corpse discovered in Varna, Bulgaria Discovered in modern day Varna Bulgaria, this corpse dates back to the 5th millennium BC. It's being cited as a perfect example of the oldest known grave found with the most amount of gold buried with it. It is obvious this person was deemed important in the … Continue reading A Corpse Buried With The Oldest Jewellery In The World

Why Do We Feel Happier In The Wild?

Copyright: Stephen McElligott I'm peering at the rain through my modern double glazed windows as it falls lightly upon the weather beaten grass in my backyard. throughout my thought process I wondered about all our ancestors generations before us. What were their struggles living in a culture then considered a modern world? Every era has … Continue reading Why Do We Feel Happier In The Wild?