The Waiting Wall

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It’s often when waiting, for something or someone, that there is the time to reflect. That can be uncomfortable or it can be a blessing: a break from rushing around where we are never quite alone with our thoughts.


Inspired by the author Alain de Botton's secular version of Jerusalem's Wailing Wall (where for centuries, Jews have prayed), The Waiting Wall allows you to anonymously share your hopes, problems and confessions.


Share them with the wall so we can all realise that none of us are alone in our own world of problems.


Free The Trees were inspired by Alain de Botton's book Religion for Atheists and digital artist Witchoria's pieces on the different stages of grief. As a backdrop, we used photos of Brighton whilst battered by a storm or when enveloped in a fog from the sea.



Post a message to The Waiting Wall below, to share your problems and contribute to something beautiful.


Contact: info@freethetrees.co.uk / @FreeTheTreesDev


You can see a live version of the wall here and messages will be streamed to twitter.


Post a message to The Waiting Wall below, to share your problems and contribute to something beautiful.