Linger after all

Taken from the highest mountain in Lebanon, this moving image can be credited to Abouid.

Known by some as the "slow movement," contemplative living and the "new monasticism," perhaps you, too, would like to slow down life and speed up living, to linger after all.

So this year, after you've heard presenters like Daniel Tammet describe his "richly associative" thinking, Sean Carroll explain why time goes this way and not that, and Sapphire and Philippe Petit discuss their respective lives on the wire,

rest. 

The Merton Institute for Contemplative Living will share modern and everyday life applications from the deeply-rooted contemplative tradition.

Wayne