On a fine day in the middle of summer I was in the midst of a rabbit hole trail on YouTube when I pressed on another video, a TedTalk called ‘Why I Live a Zero Waste Life’. The video featured Lauren Singer, a young woman who decided a few years ago to go ZERO WASTE… Continue reading Shalom: Sarah
This semester, at Just Love Glasgow, we have been focusing on the theme of “Shalom” – peace with four strands: God, others, creation and ourselves” and I think this theme fits in perfectly with the Christmas story we all know so well. Being at peace with God is arguably the most important of all four… Continue reading A Christmas Thought: Lara
Since moving to Glasgow last year, my heart has been challenged daily in so many different ways. Whether that is from walking past the homeless on Byers Road, to finding out about charities I never knew existed and for causes I never knew needed fought for – my eyes have been opened. I know there… Continue reading Can A Dress Change The World?
India. Syria. Kenya. Turkey. Mozambique. Latin America. As someone who has a keen interest in exploring and travelling, these countries and continents fascinate me. Their natural landscapes, their cultures, their vibrant lifestyles entice me to them. The history of these places and the preservation of historical sites is such an important thing and it really… Continue reading Moving Into Action // James
My love is impatient. It’s nasty. It is envious of others. I do it so I can boast about it because my love is proud. I show love to dishonour others and make them feel bad for what they haven’t done because love is for my benefit, not others. My love is a tally. One… Continue reading Moving Into Action // Jonny
Many start the New Year with resolutions; with a hope that at the end of the year they’ll be better people than they were when they started. That they’ll be a version of themselves who’s fitter, better read, more cultured and a better chef, who manages to get their to-do lists done before turning up… Continue reading Moving Into Action // Helen
The countdown is officially on. December has arrived and so too have the minced pies, mulled wine, tinsel-draped shop windows, fairy lights, festive tunes, and everything else that comes with the build up to Christmas Day. Christmas can be a lovely time of enjoying good food, singing carols and general merriment. Alongside these staples of… Continue reading ETHICAL LIVING // CHRISTMAS