stop. easier said than done in our "neverstop" culture. i am a casualty of speed and a survivor still. having sabbaticaled for a year, I have spent, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, learning to *be*. i am a human being, not "employed" or "unemployed" — a box to tick on a form. i just *am* and that is enough!

my name is Jonathan Green and this is my space in the virtual to pause and reflect on the real. a place to share things that have come from stillness and reflection. things that spring from simply *being.* i encourage you to have the confidence to pause and *be*.

How do you cure a shattered soul?

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I once heard a person say,

“Sometimes I wonder if the pace of my life is actually shattering my soul.”

Life back in 2002 was fast, but during the subsequent 12 years the world has gone into hyperdrive — or at least that is how it feels to me.

We are fast approaching the slow…

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In the second episode, Jonathan Green plays his song Our God Reigns, reads a prayer from his book Fractal Beauty with piano accompaniment and introduces Love One Another. Plus a brief insight into Jonathan’s love of mixing things up and chord substitution

Download the songs and chord charts on this site for free.

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An alternative take on Our God Reigns at the piano. Our God Reigns draws upon Psalm 95 and is a song of praise, joy and devotion. An uplifting and versatile congregational praise song for the Church.

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Love One Another is a challenging worship song based upon 1 John 4:19-21 which tells us that our love for God is validated by our love for one another. A congregational worship song for the whole Church.

Download the chord chart for Love One Another

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