paper lanterns

When the ‘A bomb’ fell on Hiroshima at 8.15 on 6 August 1945, Shigeaki Mori was just eight years old.

follow the star

The Magi knew who had flung stars in the sky and had come together with just one objective….

the elephant in the room

I can’t help but smile when I hear the words ‘herd immunity’. It conjures up so many beautiful images in my head – probably because I love elephants.

a jungle of letters

Nothing makes me cringe more than to hear or read that my (or any other person of colour’s) presence in a group or a committee ticks the BAME box….

a medieval english abbess and a pandemic

Once the largest building in Bishopsgate, St Ethelburga’s now stands small compared to the Gherkin and other skyscrapers in the financial centre of London. However small in size, the longevity of its legacy and the global reach of its work cannot be matched to the value of all the hedge funds and million-dollar deals that occur in its vicinity.

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