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Global Pandemic. Issues to Address. Health, Stress, Quarantine, New World Order, Vaccinations etc.

I intend to publish a small book (around 80 pages) in February 2021 on the first year of the global pandemic.

I wish to encourage readers to engage in reflection/research and find ways to express your concern.

The book includes some of my blogs on Coronavirus in recent months. My concerns include: Continue reading 



18 Books to Support a Revolution

www.sangha.live, mostly an international onllne network of Buddhsit practitioners, kindly invited me to be a guest speaker on Sunday night (31 May 2020).

I spoke of the need for a revolution (inner and outer) required for a fundamental¬† and unprecedented change in our way of life. Continue reading 



A Global Crisis. The Wisdom of Action while Living with Uncertainty. Link to MP3 Audio for listening.

Guided Meditation. on Theme, Talk and Q and A given on Sunday 31 May at 19.00 (UK time). 20.00 CET.

A Global Crisis. The Wisdom of Action while Living with Uncertainty

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Radical Political, Social and Personal Actions to Stop the Climate Crisis

Massive outpouring of carbon dioxide causes climate change, especially due to fossil fuels for consumerism and destruction of rainforests for logging, beef and palm oil for addictive processed food, Continue reading 



12 Causes for Climate Change/Crisis. Plus Approximate Per Cent per Cause

Eighteen of the last 19 years since 2000 have recorded the highest surface global temperature since records began in 1880.

The growing heat creates more pressure on every part of the globe. The pressure triggers a growing number of ‘hotspots’ of catastrophe.

Emissions trap heat from the sun in the Earth’s atmosphere.

Dramatic climate change depends upon greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide (CO2), methane and nitrous oxide.

Trapped heat leads to dramatic swings in weather.

Scientists report the consequences of melting ice caps, glaciers, severe cold, rising seas, massive flooding, droughts, famine and pollution of land, water and air. Continue reading 




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