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The Reader and the Read

Truth in Dharma does not focus around a set of views or beliefs. Truth emerges out of the process of events making an impact on our perceptions, experiences and insights. Truth touches us and contributes directly to waking us up. We see what we didn’t’ see before. Continue reading 

Angelic Voice of Anthony who loves a Matriarchy

The angelic voice of Antony Hegarty of Anthony and the Johnsons, a six piece band, pervaded the lovely red seated Symphony Hall in Birmingham last Friday night finding its way deep into our consciousness transporting us into a realm of heavenly delights, far beyond what we had anticipated. Continue reading 

The Buddha on Making Money



I am putting together brief reviews for a future Dharma e-News of my 10 favourite books that are a commentary on the Buddha’s teachings. As I voluminous reader (a page a minute), I love most of all the Pali Suttas, so superbly translated by Bhikkhu Bodhi. All of the books of the various Buddhist traditions herald back to these Suttas. I have just ordered from Wisdom Publications and received a copy of The Buddha’s Teachings on Prosperity at Home, at Work, in the World by Bhikkhu Basnagoda Rahula. It immediately finds a place in my Top 10. Continue reading 

The Making of Books

I have taken a four-year sabbatical from launching into writing another book. I wrote one book per year between 1989 and 2003. I suspect that some of them climbed quite high towards the Top of the Least Sellers List. I continue writing articles, poems. Friends kindly transcribed a number inquiry sessions that consists of a dialogue with a practitioner to unravel the deeper truth of the experience or question.

In the past few months, I have carefully gone through my computer to put together the various matters that I have written about in the past few years to see what the potential is to form some new books. I had more unpublished stuff available than I realised. David Cassard, who stated at my home when I was overseas, helped put together the order for the first two books. Continue reading 

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