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The Buddha on Kindness and Compassion for All Beings/All Creatures. With Quotes from the Buddha

The Buddha spoke in Pali. Sabbe Satta are two Pali words for All Beings/All Creatures. Continue reading 



Boris Johnson, Political Death. Karma. Rebirth. The Buddha

I am in a Buddhist Centre in beautiful Bavaria. Nshorna, my daughter, sent me a brief text. “He’s resigned.”

The ancient Chinese proverb that the rotting fish starts from the head rings true
in the UK with the scale of political confusion, disarray and conflict sweeping through Westminster and the rest of the country. Continue reading 



Alison Wright. The Compassionate Photographer. 1961 – 23 March 2022. An Obituary.

One of the most adventurous and fearless women in the global Sangha, Alison Wright, aged 61, a National Geographic photographer, died last month (23 March 2022) while scuba diving on Sao Miguel island, one of the Portuguese Azores Islands. Continue reading 



I visited Totnes vaccination centre for a second jab. Two doctors refused. Do UK doctors follow government policy above the well-being of people?

This critique falls into two primary areas.

1. The government ruling preventing doctors from using their discretion to offer the second vaccination between three and eight weeks for those engaged in supporting physical/mental health of people and others in vulnerable categories. Continue reading 



Anja from Germany wrote a response on my Facebook page to the pro and anti jabbers. Several fine points. Last paragraph deserves a wide audience.

This is the full comment from Anja on my Facebook Friends page

“I can understand that people are afraid of Corona and of sickness. I can also understand that people are scared that the virus is being used to implement laws that cut us off our freedom and of democracy. Continue reading 




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