Br. Geoffrey Tristram: Absolutely. So much of the Rule was written with the Monastery and Emery House in mind—how could it not have been? But the Rule has a quality of inherent flexibility, I think. In this past year, particularly for those Brothers living in rented accommodation in Cambridge while overseeing the renovation, we’ve not had a proper chapel, for instance, and that has required us to think more deeply about what is necessary, what is essential to our life, in order to sustain the rhythms of daily prayer and worship. We’ve done well, I think, but we’ll be very glad indeed to return!