The exterior ambience in this chapel drew me into interior silence in an unusual way! It is a chapel in a monastery, where an abbot with few others live their lives in the service of the community. They live from the produce of their cattle farm.
The three inner spaces of this chapel might have something special for those who are used to the interior of jewish synagogues- from the outer to the inner and and to the holy of holies!
Each of us during our prayer times usually make a journey from the world of our thoughts to God consciousness and then to inner silence when we remain open towards God and His presence!
That is how the outer space helps us to create an inner sanctuary where we can be in communion with God!
M.C.Mathew(text and photo)