This short summer sabbatical has been fruitful in many ways: energizing, relaxing, challenging and restorative. Highlights have been hearing my…
The master in the art of living makes little distinction
between his work and his play,
his labor and his leisure,
his mind and his body,
his education and his recreation,
his love and his religion.
He hardly knows which is which.
He simply pursues his vision of excellence
in whatever he does,
leaving others to decide whether he is
working or playing.
To him he is always doing both.— Zen Buddhist Text
Begins with my first Coventry Choir rehearsal in February 1983
How does the conversation about sacrificial atonement theology in the Anglican Communion impact the selection of music for liturgies at…
Presentation for Rector's Forum at All Saints Church
On sabbatical, James Walker visits Dallas, Chicago, New York City, Boston, London, Paris, Taize, Cape Town and Johannesburg. And is…