Old buildings are often marked by human
spirits that have gone before. Ruins are
thin places. Thin places not only transcend the senses, but transcend the
boundaries of time and space. While you’re there, time seems to stand still, and
there is a communion with the human spirits that have walked there before and are
yet to walk. Thin places are all about connection - with God, with the Other world
and with all who have lived, are living and will live in generations to come. Others
have felt the thinness and been changed by it.