A Glastonbury Celebration of Unity with Maasai Warriors and Sufi Whirling

Saturday 25th of August 2018 saw the  Osiligi Maasai Warriors and Sheikh Ahmad Dede visit Glastonbury for the Tor Free picnic. A wonderful celebration of unity and diversity.

After the Osiligi Maasai Warriors had danced and sang for us, Sheikh Ahmad Dede talked about Sufi philosophy, and then led many of the Glastonbury community and visitors in a Sufi Whirling dance.

It really was a fantastic day, we were doubly blessed by glorious sunshine on what has otherwise been a very wet and windy Bank Holiday weekend.

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