Church-goer

In an age in which apparently most people here call themselves Christians, but don’t regularly visit a church, it seems strange for an agnostic to do so. But I was never driven by a desire to conform; and I don’t go there to take part in a service.

It’s just that like the Obelisk in Reid Yaird, here in Glasgow the Cathedral’s Quire and St Nicholas Chapel seem to be perfect places to go to on a Sunday, sit down for a quarter or a half of an hour, and simply muse, meditate, rest or stretch your mind, take stock… Call it what you will; it’s always slightly different anyway.

I’m even set on going there tomorrow, before leaving Scotland for a week the next day.

 

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