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Was Darius Guppy born with a silver spoon in his mouth? ROLL THE DICE. A True Saga of Love, Money and Betrayal. A book review. Lessons to learn.

Handsome and talented, Darius Guppy was born with a silver spoon in his mouth – meaning he came from a very wealthy family in the upper echelons of influential British society. He made a spectacular nosedive into a five-year prison sentence owing to his rampant desire to accumulate personal wealth. Continue reading 



A Pathology of Praise. Emma Raducanu, 18, has become a Tennis Superstar. Will we see the best of her in or outside of Tennis, both or neither?

Along with nine million others, I watched the tennis match on Saturday evening (11 September 2021) on UKs Channel Four television when Emma Raducanu, 18, from Bromley in south London won the US Open in New York. Continue reading 



The Dangerous Power of Artificial Intelligence. Does AI then stand for Artificial Insanity?

Artificial intelligence is a simulation of human intelligence primarily through computers. Computer engineers/programmers develop Artificial intelligence algorithms to make decisions, often using real-time data, to influence behaviour.

AI attempts to mimic human behaviour to assemble information to determine the ongoing desire and needs of people in society. The combination of data, analytics and superfast automation enable governments and businesses to adapt their objectives to maximise influence, power and profit upon the minds of citizens.

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In 2014, I wrote a blog. “Eckhart Tolle is on the rich man’s list. Is this the price of enlightenment?” Today, I have added my first short comment.

In 2014, I wrote a critique on the wealth of Eckhart Tolle, the well-know spiritual teacher and author of THE POWER OF NOW, one of the mostly widely read spiritual books in the last two decades. Continue reading 



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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