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

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We need a revolution

Various activists court arrest

More and more arrests

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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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Dharma, Dana (Donations), Teachers and the Retreat

The Buddhist tradition has a beautiful, long love affair with the tradition of dana – a Pali word meaning generosity, donation, gifts, the practice of offering support. Continue reading 



Join the Dharma Yatra in Germany. Registration opens Wednesday 3 April 2019

Join our eco-pilgrimage in Germany in August 2019.
We wish to remind you that the registration for the Dharma Yatra in Germany 2019 opens on Wednesday 3 April, 2019 at 8 am (UK time), 9 am (Central European Time).

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