On what was then the hottest day of the year, Easter Saturday, I was in Paris. And I was wondering why. There were travel advisories as a result of the heat generated by both the weather and a renewed vigour to the gilets jaunes protests. Their feelings of economic injustice had been fuelled by flash-funding … Continue reading Wall to Wall
Leaving Paris Charles de Gaulle airport and arriving at London Gatwick airport early on Easter Sunday.
There's this brave, witty, sometimes oddly petulant, man striding around in an occupied territory knowing and then not wanting to know that he's bound to die and to die painfully. And in the middle of it all, to say things that have never been said, and are still not said, about love. As a model … Continue reading Jesus