Tagged with Benjamin Franklin

Franklin Nailed It

Benjamin Frankin was a very wise man, and this is one of the most profound things he ever came up with: “Be civil to all; sociable to many; familiar with few, friend to one and enemy to none. “

St Bartholomew the Great

St Bartholomew the Great

This is the oldest religious building in London, and heavily involved in my earlier posts on Bartholomew’s Fair. It is the former priory church of St Bartholomews. It was founded in 1123, so the architecture is Norman and has been in constant use ¬†for worship since 1143 or earlier. It survived the Great Fire of … Continue reading