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Grandson requires some work experience for a week. Unpaid. Any suggestions please?

My grandson, who is studying A level law, media studies and sociology, has to complete a week of work experience as part of his college course. He has unfortunately been let down by the London company he was due to work for next week.

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Join the pilgrimage to the Roots of Meditation in India. With Denis Robberechts. 4 – 21 February, 2018

Dear Friends
Dharma teacher, Denis Robberechts, takes groups on pilgrimage to India. French speaking and fluent in English, Denis spent several years in India exploring meditation, Indian spirituality and music.
Do join him on his next trip to India from 4 February – 21 February 2018.

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THE MUTUAL SUPPORT OF THE ORDAINED SANGHA AND HOUSEHOLDERS. Talk by Christopher in Bangkok to mark 111 years since the birth of Ajahn Buddhadasa of Thailand.

In late May 2017, Thailand celebrated the 111th year since the birth of the radical visionary monk, Ven. Ajahn Buddhadasa of Wat Suanmoke, Chai Ya in southern Thailand. Continue reading 

Recollections of Ajahn Buddhadasa of Thailand. A 38-minute filmed interview with Christopher

I had the opportunity in late May, 2017 to spend 14 days in Thailand as a speaker and guest of BIA (Buddhadasa Indapanno Archive) and Suanmoke-Bangkok to mark 111 years since the birth of Ajahn Buddhadasa (1906 – 1993), Thailand’s radical visionary monk, who campaigned to establish the Dharma equally for monks, nuns and householders. Continue reading 

Reading for Insight on Paper or on Screen. Not to numb out on….

We often read for information. Information rarely gets passed thought, rarely passes through the brain cells. A vast amount of information never gets remembered and serves no purpose. Continue reading