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Israel

Thursday 8 April is Holocaust Day. A talk on the Mutual Influences of Past and Present on Wednesday. 18.50 Israel time. 16.50 UK time.

Tomorrow (Thursday), Jewish citizens in Israel and worldwide, and millions of others, mark Holocaust Memorial Day. The day remembers the millions who suffered and died in the concentration camps during the time of the Nazi ideology. The day also acknowledges the genocides that have taken place in the years since.
At the invitation of the Israeli Sangha, I speak this evening at 18.50 pm (16.50 pm) UK time.

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The Buddha Wallah. A 90 minute documentary issued 2011. International travels of Christopher. Now freely available on Vimeo

The Buddha Walllah* is a 90-minute documentary following the international journeys of Christopher Titmuss between 2008 and 2010.

The documentary includes Totnes, England, France, Germany, India, Israel, Palestine, Myanmar and Thailand, Continue reading 



I wrote on my last blog I declined a Covid-19 jab. Over 250 comments landed. This blog offers a response to some  comments.

Last week, I wrote a 2000-word blog stating that I declined the invitation from my local clinic to receive Covid-19 vaccination. Over 250 comments landed in my social media, mostly from Facebook, and other social media. This blog shows my response to a range of comments. I took a sentence or a few lines from 15 comments.

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Christopher e-News issued 30 August 2020. Eleven themes

Dear Friends,

Here is the list of items for the current Christopher e-News sent out on 30 August 2020.

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What Happens to the Donations We Give You? How will you get by without teaching residential retreats?

I thought I would write a detailed blog (1200 words) on where your generous donations (dana) goes. I don’t recall writing such a piece before, except for a few lines for a laminated sheet of paper.

As with plenty of Dharma teachers worldwide, I offer my residential retreats on a donation basis. Continue reading 




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