Odd Things: Churches and Museums

It is rather odd. If you happen to be in Westminster and feel like praying the logical place to pop in for a pray is Westminster Abbey. It is a sumptuous building and stands on a place where Christians have worshipped for mre than a thousand years. However it is rather odd that it would cost you £16 for the privilege. If you a frequent prayer you can save money on your prayers by buying an annual pass for just £36.

If you do not feel like having a pray but wish to reduce your ignorance you can take a short bus ride to the Science museum. However, reducing your ignorance will not cost you a penny. Entry is free.

So we learn that it costs to pray in a church but all is not lost. You can always pray on the cience museum. I am sure that no one who matters will mind.

3 Responses

  1. Set the scene at the ending of the film, Raiders of the list arc, the huge warehouse full of antiquities, what worth would such evidence cost if realised.

    Those who control the truths pray that the real truth never gets out, old books of prayer and antiquities are being withdraw from the public eye as we speak.

    Pray at home in the bath, cleanse ones self at the same time.

  2. Some interesting antiqities to behold.

    http://archive.org/stream/financiersandthe033017mbp/financiersandthe033017mbp_djvu.txt

  3. Robert for £17 you could purchase these science museum solar energy educational toys:

    http://www.sciencemuseumshop.co.uk/product/324816/Solar-Mechanics.html

    and pray in a private place as suggested by Matthew 6:6:

    “…But you, when you pray, enter into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in secret; and your Father who sees in secret shall reward you openly…”

    Happy 2013 :D

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