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Sometimes nothing seems as oppressive as relentless, negative thinking. Five Steps to Resolve such thinking

You experience yourself thinking, thinking, thinking about the same issue or more than one issue. The mind overheats.

You can’t sleep at night. Continue reading 



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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