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DEEP DHARMA FOR DAILY LIFE. AN ONLINE COURSE OF FOUR 60 MINUTE MODULES IN FEBRUARY AND MARCH 2018

February 13 – March 11, 2018
Spiritual teachings offer practices about the Way to the Goal. Exploration of the Goal matters. Continue reading 



The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. A Treasury of Insights. A Review. With 20 Quotes from the novel.

A friend living in France strongly encouraged me to reread The Little Prince (Le Petit Prince) by Antoine de Saint-Exupery to appreciate the remarkable insights found in his small novel. Born in Lyon, France in 1900, the author died in a plane crash in 1944 flying alone during the war. Continue reading 



Should Buddhists send loving kindness to Donald Trump?

Practising Buddhists regard themselves as non-violent, tolerant, mindful and meditative. Their spiritual teachers will probably encourage them to direct their loving kindness to everybody. Continue reading 



On the Buddhist understanding of the spirituality of children and Teenagers. A Book Review.

I recall taking Kye, my grandson, aged nine, to Australia for a month. I offered a Dharma Gathering for around 120 participants. Three friends from Bodhi Farm, near Lismore, New South Wales, kindly offered to take my grandson at dawn to find kangaroos, several kilometres away from the Yarrahapanni retreat centre, a sub-tropical forest running down to the edge of the majestic ocean. Continue reading 



When you feel depressed….12 Practices to overcome depression

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A person falls down a well into the water. It is cold and dark down there. The person has enough motivation to climb up the stepladder to get out of the well. One or two people at the top of the well give some support as the person slowly climbs out of the well into the daylight. Continue reading 




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