Amongst the busy streets of London and just across the road from Hyde Park stands the Tyburn Convent – The Benedictine Adorers of the Sacred heart of Jesus of Montmartre. The nuns, however, do not step outside the convent. They follow a very busy schedule and a life of hard work; a life that is centered around perpetual adoration of God. How could one make such a sacrifice and decision to live amongst the walls of one house and give up all the other aspects of life? This is an ongoing project that aims to find an answer to that through conversations with the nuns, photographing them and their (ever so little) possessions.