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Paul McCartney. Glastonbury. 36 Songs. With many lyrics shedding light on our life. Cool. Really cool.

I love Beatles music. As with others of a certain age, some of us fall under the category of a product of the 60s – dedicated to the mantra love, peace and harmony. I recall some hippies preferred the other hippy mantra of sex, drugs and rock’n’roll while some fused both mantras. Continue reading 



Is Spirituality Superficial, Out-of-Touch and Lost in Slogans?

If you google Images, spiritual quotes, happiness quotes or positive affirmations, you will find thousands.

Human beings have the potential for inner change and for making wise changes in the outer world. Most make wise changes through sharing their experiences with others, listening to others, as well as looking into themselves. We can learn much from their insights and our willingness to engage in meaningful change. You might think inner change comes entirely through yourself and through your own efforts. There is no evidence for this. Inner change comes through a range of conditions, not bound up with the self, with the ego. Continue reading 



A New Website. Mindfulness Support Service (MSS). Initiative of Nshorna (daughter). To address domestic and youth violence.

www.mindfulnesssupportservice.org

I am very happy to inform my worldwide contacts on social media of a remarkable initiative of Nshorna, my daughter, to set up a non-profit Mindfulness website and organisation to help address the rising tide of generational cycle of domestic abuse and youth violence. Continue reading 



Dialogue with Lubna, a Palestinian journalist and activist, with Israelis and Christopher. Held in Agents of Change course. April 2018.

Sunday 19.00. A glitch in audio. As soon as resolved will upload.

Thank you.

I received this message from a friend, Marie who lives in Australia.

Dear Christopher
I listened to Lubna’s amazing contribution to the Agents of Change course in Israel
Thanks for sharing it on archive. Her voice is one many could learn from.
Love, Marie

Listen to this Podcast. Lubna. a Palestinian activitist, journalist and organiser, speaks to Israelis about the Occupation and her view of Israel.

Lubna and Christopher sat together, exchanged views and responded to questions and concerns from participants. Lubna addressed anger, denial, the challenge of communication between Israelis and Palestinians and more.

Held at Ein dor in northern Israel. April 2018.

Dialogue took place during the Agents of Change 28 day residential course for 55 Israelis including 16 participants from Germany and four from other countries.

Audio is available on www.archive.org

https://archive.org/details/20180409.DialogueWithLubnaPalestinianActivist.Israel.IHr40Minutes.

Worth a listen.

Love

Christopher

(Agents of Change Organiser.




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