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C. S. Lewis YouTubes

I have enjoyed reading C. S. Lewis’ non-fiction over the last few years so I was pleased to find a YouTuber who has animated some of his works.  Here is an excellent example:

I found the format delightful and was tickled to find that my birth-country, Wales, managed to make an appearance at the end.  There is mention of the Eisteddfod which reminded me of my own (albeit brief and lacklustre) performances in the Urdd (youth) Eisteddfod.  I hope you enjoy the video and find the time to watch some more.  The content is well worth your time.

By the way, I also re-read Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia and found so much more than when I read them as a child.  I found the fate of Emeth in “The Last Battle” particularly interesting.

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Getting our Planet into Perspective

Just for extra amusement, leave the captions on at the end.

Palm Sunday

Sacred Music

I have a feeling that some of you might be in need of some soothing music today.

The YouTube channel “Callixtus”  has a nice selection of sacred (Christian) music illustrated with sacred art.