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What does ‘Spirituality’ mean to you? A Response

I have a Facebook Group titled Christopher Titmuss Teachings with around 780 members so far. I invite members to respond to my weekly question. I wish to give a voice to others to share in the space of a line or few lines their reflections on core questions in daily life. Continue reading 



I deleted my Instagram page yesterday. Why? The Harmful Impact of Instagram Posts on Teenagers.

I deleted my Instagram page yesterday (11 October 2022) – a protest against Instagram and its apparent overall obscene indifference to permitting posts, with rare exception, to go out worldwide promoting self-hate, self-harm and suicide, especially among teenagers. Continue reading 



It’s so stressful not knowing anything about what will happen and its creating anxiety in my system.’ Six Signs of Stress. Six Short-Term Steps and Six Long-Term Steps to take. A Mindful Application

A Dharma friend wrote to me about her work situation. It is not an unusual concern.

“I am a bit hung up right now on the changes (in the work environment). It is making me a bit paralysed action wise on all other matters. Continue reading 



Guidelines for the Blog and Comments on Social Media

Certain lengthy comments on my social media platforms sometimes reveal an aggressive tone. I have received concern about such Comments from other readers, especially on Facebook.

Such hostility in the comments deter others from writing a comment. I see in recent months a significant drop in the number and diversity of Comments. Continue reading 



Are we all responsible for the state of the world? Do we take more, some or no responsibility?

We live in a world currently dependent on an economic system that demands widespread mass production to satisfy the demands of corporations for profit and customers for goods and pleasure.

Few adopt intentionally the philosophy of minimalism. Millions find themselves subjected to minimalism due to an economy that rewards the rich and dismisses the poor. Continue reading 




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