We, citizens (not all!), of Totnes, Devon, England, have declared ourselves as an independent city state.
We take an oath of allegiance to the EU.
We have issued the Totnes passport.
The Declaration of the Reformation of Brexit has been nailed (well, blue tack) to the 17th century Guiildhall door.
Totnes invites other towns and cities around the UK to follow Totnes.
The Totnes Oath states: “Compassion, endeavour, ingenuity, altruism, diligence, daring and a peace-loving commitment to the dignity of all sentient beings”).”
PS. Big thanks to Jonathan Cooper and others in Totnes for this initiative.
Spoken or written, our words have a significant impact upon others, as well as upon ourselves. It is vital to bear in mind that the exploration of the middle way applies equally to language, as it does to any other kind of practice. Continue reading
This week (of 23 September, 2018), the Sunday Times (UK) issued the Good University Guide for 2019. The Guide gives a ranking to each university, offers a league table, details, cost of admission, performance, admission rates from deprived areas and local accommodation. Continue reading
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.