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The Waste Land by T.S. Eliot. The Full Poem. Published 100 years ago in October 1922.

The Waste Land by T.S. Eliot (1888 – 1965). Regarded as perhaps the finest poem in the English language in the 20th century, the poet won the Nobel Prize for Literature. Born in the USA, he lived in Britain from the age of 25 until his death in London aged 76. Continue reading 



The Ferryman’ has taken Julian David, the much-loved Jungian analyst of Totnes, from this world. He passed away yesterday (Wednesday 1 September 2021)

Julian David, aged 89, a much loved and respected Jungian analyst and lecturer, died at his home, Luscombe Farm, Totnes, last night (Wednesday, 1st September 2021). His family were close at hand in the final days as his faculties and energy gradually faded. I regard him as one of the most beautiful human beings I had regular contact with. A truly wise and compassionate soul. Continue reading 



Extinction Rebellion. Is the Honeymoon Over? Is it the beginning of ongoing commitment to address the Climate Emergency?

2688 words

HEADINGS;

We need a revolution

Various activists court arrest

More and more arrests

Working with despair Continue reading 



BREXIT or EU? The Real Issue is not Leave or Remain….

An Appreciation

The European Union has established a union of 28 member states. The EU states it has built a “community of peace, freedom, democracy, human rights and the rule of law.” Continue reading 



What am I doing with my life? A 40-minute Talk and Intimacy Circle given at Alternatives, St. James’s Church, Piccadilly, London, UK on 2 October 2017.

Text for the Talk

The definition of a successful life often revolves around a career, a significant income, property ownership, and a family. Are we bold enough to ask ourselves a fundamental question? What I am doing with my life? If we do not ask the question from the depths of our being, we will escape into fantasy to escape our unfulfilled life. We have the potential to live a fulfilled life. What will enable us to act? Christopher Titmuss will address these issues. Continue reading 




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