Julian of Norwich
Let us hope that by the time the daffodils come up there will be no more snow in Vancouver. Meanwhile we can dance “the Bells of Norwich” and sing along with the words:
Loud are the bells of Norwich
And the people come and go
Here by the tower of Julian I tell them what I know
Ring out, bells of Norwich and
let the winter come and go
All shall be well again, I know.
Love, like the yellow daffodil Is coming through the snow.
Love, like the yellow daffodil Is lord of all I know
Ring for the yellow daffodil
The flower in the snow
Ring for the yellow daffodil And tell them what I know
All shall be well, I’m telling you
Let the winter come and go All shall be well again, I know
I’ve collected some links and videos if you’re interested in learning more about this song and the words that inspired it. Enjoy! (click the link to VIEW to see all of these)
There are lots of circle dance opportunities around Vancouver including a day of “Dance Passion” just recently set for March 18 at the Unitarian Centre, 10am -4pm.
ALL SHALL BE WELL AGAIN…
Regular Monthly Circle Dance Opportunities
1st Tuesday 7-9pm @ Unitarian Centre – coordinated by Leslie Kemp
February 7 – Imbolc/Brighid’s Day ritual, dances and – bonus! – story by Nan Gregory
2nd Monday 7-9pm @ Unitarian Centre – Corinne Chepil2nd Saturday 6:30-8pm Kitsilano – Mary, Mairy & Bina
January 14 – Lunar New Year, Robbie Burns Day, Brighid’s Day – story by Mary Gavan
February 11 – Valentine’s Day and all things LOVE!
3rd Thursday 11am-1pm @ Unitarian Centre – Mary, Mairy & Darlene
January 19 – Imbolc/Brighid’s Day
Information on above – contact email@example.com
More dance circles around BC at circledancebc.com
Also, I usually attend the last Friday 7-9pm in Ladner. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like details.