• World Peace Day is on 21st of September every year. Just before this day, this year, I had a dream. It was a dream that took me dressed in my priestly robes on a walk along the length of the country. I was expounding the message of Radical Peacefulness wherever I went; Peace of the individual, Peace in community and Peace as a whole world unity.
    On Monday 30th October 2017 I will start this walk from my home city of Lancaster to our capital city of London, a journey of about 250 miles. My aim is to arrive at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London for the Remembrance Day Service on Sunday 12th November. I will be walking with humility, with the intention of open-heartedness, of deep listening, of offering my own insights into the Peace that lives in all of us.
    My journey will take me down the spine of our country. I will be stopping at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, a place of remembrance; a spiritually uplifting place which honours the fallen of war, of service and of sacrifice. I will be offering three bows at the Millennium Chapel of Peace and Forgiveness. I will be walking through Preston, Bolton, Manchester, Macclesfield, Stoke, Lichfield, Tamworth, Coventry, Daventry, Milton Keynes, Hemel Hempstead and finally arriving in London.
    Pilgrimage is a strong tradition of any Faith, mine especially; but this is to be a Radical Pilgrimage. Radical because I’m carrying the hopes and wishes for a peaceful world of everybody on this planet, where ever I go I’m going to encourage the world to say NO TO WAR. In my own family we have two young men, one 18 and one 20 years old; in times of war they would be recruited and killed in battle. To any father and mother this is unbearale. I will be arriving at the Cenotaph on the 12th November with love in my heart for so many fallen souls. So much misery is caused all over this world by sending our children off to war; it does not have to be this way, it really does not have to be this way. All war can be stopped within a generation if this is what we choose, everyone of us is in charge of their own world.
    Please join me on any part of the walk if you wish, pilgrimage is a peaceful way of being; come and find peace within yourself.