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Do You Have The Right To Be Angry?

A word, such as anger, gains its meaning through agreement and through the circumstances of its application. A word does not possess an inherent meaning.

For example, I hate you can express an intense dislike, a rage against another or against a group of people. Continue reading 



Online Evening Programme Sunday 23 May 2021. A 90-minute online meeting. CAN WE SHOW COMPASSION TO THE SELF? IS COMPASSION THE END OF SELF?

The Dharma flies with two wings – compassion and wisdom.

Compassion emerges from a liberated wisdom. Continue reading 



Big Screens at the President-elect Victory Speech said ‘The People have Chosen Empathy. ‘ From humble beginnings…

One dictator lost his job. The people fired him. A few more to go.
I watched on YouTube the 15 minute victory speech of President-elect Biden.
Worth a view.
I also watched the 15 minute speech of vice-President elect Kamala Harris (mother from India, father from Jamaica).
Fine speeches.

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Meeting with NeveShalom/Wahat al-Salam Palestinian-Israeli Community in Israel. September 2019

 

Talk and Questions and Answers with

NeveShalom/Wahat al-Salam

Palestinian-Israeli Community

in Israel in September 2019

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