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The Sniper and the Sangha. A Dharma Inquiry and Reflection. Ein Dor, Israel. August 2018.

After the Dharma Inquiry with the sniper transcribed below, I recalled an incident in the years after the second Intifada – the Palestinian uprising against the occupation that started in 2000 and sustained itself for about five years.

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Humans and Trees have much more in Common than What We Imagine. What can we Learn from Trees?

I recall my days as a Buddhist monk in Wat Chai Na (Monastery at the end of the Rice Paddies) outside Nakornsridhammaraj (the City of the King of the Dharma) during the early years of the 1970s. Continue reading 



Unconditional Love? Not possible. An Exploration of Freedom and Love. Transcription of Part Three of Four Inter-Active Modules. Q and A.

On Sunday 5 March 2018, I had an interactive hour on screen with participants worldwide.

Organised by Realize Media (www.realizemedia.org), this course consists of a deep exploration of the Goal of Dharma/spiritual practice. Continue reading 



An Exploration of Freedom and Truth. Transcription of Part Two of Four Inter-Active Modules. Q and A.

On Sunday 25 February 2018, I had an interactive hour on screen with participants worldwide.

Organised by Realize Media (www.realizemedia.org), this course consists of a deep exploration of the Goal of Dharma/spiritual practice. Continue reading 



10 Reasons why I believe in God

Some of us devoted to the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha find it effortlessly easy to find a place for God in the teachings.

We feel free to employ the language of God knowing God fits in harmoniously with the body of the teachings.

Others have no feeling connection with God. Such people also have the freedom to explore the Dharma without any reference to God.  Continue reading 




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