Trying to set up Ethos Comedy but my initial skirmish with WordPress is proving complex, how when I was trying to set up a webpage have I ended up with a blog? Have managed to point www.ethoscomedy.co.uk to the wordpress site but want to change the wordpress site to a webpage and map that with the correct domain. So much to learn
But here’s the idea of Ethos Comedy Club
(Hoping to launch in the Autumn)
“In conversation about comedy I have encountered lots of people who have never or rarely been to live comedy. They like the idea but are put off by a number of anxieties that seem to boil down broadly to one or usually both of these.
I don’t want to get picked on
I’m uncomfortable with XXX rated content and language
So the idea of Ethos Comedy is to provide great evenings that are just as funny (if not more so) but with an ethos that means no-one gets picked on, and the show tries it’s best to live in a PG or 15 category”
I have cinema tickets tonight for a screening that is the live feed of a National Theatre production of “As you like it”
Looking forward to this virtually going to the theatre
This is a useful video if you are training on adolescent or child development. Brother and sister in a time lapse over 16 years (so at the end the girl is 16, the boy is 13).
The Big Church Switch is a project to get churches to form a collective and then switch to a renewable energy supplier. Environmental stewardship that will make a significant difference. All the details here
“Archaic religion was usually an attempt to assure people that nothing new or surprising would happen, and that the gods could be controlled. Most people want their lives and history to be entirely predictable and controllable, and the best way to do that is to try to manipulate the gods. Low-level religion basically teaches humans what spiritual buttons to push to keep our lives and God predictable. This kind of religion initially appeals to our lowest levels of egocentric motivation (security and group status) instead of moving us to our highest (generosity and trust). Jesus had a hard job cut out for him!”