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Fire. Fire. Fire. People, animals and environment in NSW and Queensland deal with destruction

I have the privilege since 1976 of teachings in the Forest Retreat Centre on the ridge of a sub-tropical rainforest near The Channon, northern NSW, Australia.

As I write, the Forest Retreat Centre remains vulnerable to a raging fire sweeping through the area. Continue reading 



Is there no place like home? A 3000 word essay for a chance to win $100,000 for the 2019 NIne Dots Prize.

Dear Friends,

I entered an international competition called the NIne Dots Prize early this year (2019) to write a 3000 word essay on the theme: Is there no place like home? Continue reading 



Are we Nourished or Undernourished? Do we Nourish Others? A Response of The Buddha

Food has a personal, social, political and environment significance.
Yes, we consider what nourishes ourselves and our family.
We can explore further than that to include a range of expressions of what nourishes people, animals and the environment.
Inquiry into a fulfilled way of life explores the social, corporate and political impacts of nourishment for ourselves and others.

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Nshorna, my daughter, has launched a bold initiative to offer Mindfulness to reduce domestic violence. Please donate to her Crowdfunding appeal or Paypal, via her website

Two days ago, Nshorna, my daughter, launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise money to offer mindfulness courses to vulnerable children, individual and families. Continue reading 



Newspaper report in Reutlingen area, near Stuttgart, Germany of our eco-pilgrimage in August 2019. English translation

Link to News article in German
https://www.swp.de/suedwesten/staedte/muensingen/pilgern-bei-muensingen-erste-oeko-zeltwanderung-auf-der-schwaebischen-alb-32779743.html

English translation: Continue reading 




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