The Christian year begins not with the lilies of Easter,…
’For me, it’s more important than ever: to make time to step outdoors into the sacred space of God’s Creation. Take a breath, relax, and let nature call to your own soulful nature within! The mind quietens, the soul stirs, and we find our place again within the rhythms, the seasons, and the beauty of which we were always meant to be part.
The Quiet Garden Movement has been gently cultivating and tending an organic network – a flowering! – of set-aside, sensitively curated spaces in which anyone can come, without agenda, to be still. And to be restored. And to be enlivened. And perhaps to become part of the active solution, too, at this time of climate crisis.
It’s my very great joy to be part of a uniquely welcoming, divinely spacious, and deeply earthed movement, for such a time as this. ‘