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Am I too Hard on Myself? An edited Zoom talk to given to MTTC. 22.11.2021

A transcribed, edited and adapted Zoom talk to Mindfulness Teacher Training Course. 50 mins. 22.11.2021

Am I too hard on myself? Practice and the exploration of experience includes vigilance of the frequency of use of this single word I. The I does not emerge out of the being unaccompanied. That means the I requires a variety of conditions for it to arise. Continue reading 



Are we all responsible for the state of the world? Do we take more, some or no responsibility?

We live in a world currently dependent on an economic system that demands widespread mass production to satisfy the demands of corporations for profit and customers for goods and pleasure.

Few adopt intentionally the philosophy of minimalism. Millions find themselves subjected to minimalism due to an economy that rewards the rich and dismisses the poor. Continue reading 



CAN WE TRUST IN LIBERATION? Three Zoom Meetings with Christopher. Saturday 27 November 2021.Organised in Israel. Also available worldwide

Saturday 27 November 2021. A Day of Teachings/Practices
9:00 am-10:00 am. Israel, 8 am to 9 am CET. 7 am to 8 am. UK
16:00-17:00 Israel. 15.00-16.00 CET. 14.00-15.00 UK
20:00-21:00 Israel.19.00-20.00 CET. 18.00-19.00 UK
CAN WE TRUST IN LIBERATION?
Zoom Meetings with Christopher
People can enter to meetings on Saturday¬†from this page –¬†https://lp.vp4.me/p6eg
Modest Registration Charge to support ongoing online programmes in Israel.

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Rosa Parks (1913-2005), Civil Rights Activist and Grandson Joziah

Joziah, 6, my grandson, spoke to me on the telephone yesterday to tell me that his teacher earlier in the day gave a class on Rosa Parks, the African American civil rights activist. Continue reading 



A Review of Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935), legendary Portuguese Poet plus ten of his poems

Until last month (October 202I, I had never heard of the Portuguese poet and major literary artist, Fernando Pessoa (1887-1935), who made an outstanding contribution to the written word in Portuguese and English. Continue reading 




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