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What’s the Point? A Polemical Meditation on Death. Remember the Deathless

What’s the Point?

A Polemical Meditation on Death

What’s the Point

of abusing power over others when you are powerless to stop your own death? Continue reading 



Past? Present? Future? Hope? Spiritual? Sacred? Holy? Worldly? Secular? Use such words sparingly and mindfully

Owing to habit, we impose our views with alarming frequency to the point that we imagine our view confirms the reality. The view and the reality keep endorsing each other. The interpreted influences the interpreter and vice-versa. Continue reading 



Extinction Rebellion. Is the Honeymoon Over? Is it the beginning of ongoing commitment to address the Climate Emergency?

2688 words

HEADINGS;

We need a revolution

Various activists court arrest

More and more arrests

Working with despair Continue reading 



Fire. Fire. Fire. People, animals and environment in NSW and Queensland deal with destruction

I have the privilege since 1976 of teachings in the Forest Retreat Centre on the ridge of a sub-tropical rainforest near The Channon, northern NSW, Australia.

As I write, the Forest Retreat Centre remains vulnerable to a raging fire sweeping through the area. Continue reading 



Are we Nourished or Undernourished? Do we Nourish Others? A Response of The Buddha

Food has a personal, social, political and environment significance.
Yes, we consider what nourishes ourselves and our family.
We can explore further than that to include a range of expressions of what nourishes people, animals and the environment.
Inquiry into a fulfilled way of life explores the social, corporate and political impacts of nourishment for ourselves and others.

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