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Oatly Oat Milk and its Investments. It might leave a bad taste in your mouth. 1 of 2

A couple of years ago, word travelled around Totnes, Devon, UK of the delicious taste of Oatly milk in coffee and tea. Customers would arrive at the Happy Apple store in Totnes at delivery time to ensure buying a couple of cartons. Continue reading 



Mindfulness of the Coronavirus (Covid-19). An Essay. Part 3 of 3. What might be.

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What might be in the future?

A Change of Lifestyle

Practical Steps to Deal with Covid-19

Renewal and Climate Emergency

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Forests are burning. Minds are burning with fear and worry. Do we fly or do we stay at home?

Message from a reader of my blog on the Fires in Australia and my teaching schedule in Australia.

Hi Christopher,

This is a heart-breaking post. My heart goes out to the people and wildlife who are suffering in Australia. On the news today there were pictures of the worst flooding for fifty years in Venice and also the flooding in the north of England. We do indeed have to wake up to the new reality and it is up to each one of us to engage in ‘wise action’ in terms of our daily life and habits and I cannot see the justification in flying to the other side of the world to hold a retreat. That now seems to me a luxury the world cannot afford.

Dear Reader,

Thank you for your message.

I do not hold to the view that those who engage in service to others in various parts of the world should stop such service.

Aeroplanes and helicopters provide an important service to tackling the fires in a variety of ways.

Some of us tackle the fires of the mind.

Servants of people, animals and the environment cannot turn our back on others and cut ourselves off.

It is not a luxury the world can afford.



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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From the Sickness of Economic Growth to Eco-nomics

Capitalism, Economic Growth and Consumerism Belong Together like Wood and Trees.

The agents of capitalism refused to consider the Earth as its only capital. Science, religion, education, work, travel and social life function as means to make profit. Continue reading 




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