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CONCERNED VOICES FROM ISRAEL. “Listen to us women, because violence is killing us.”

Here are some of the responses from people in Israel that I have read in the past week on social media. I used the Hebrew-English translator on social media. Be clear. These are voices of a minority of Israeli citizens. I drew from extracts of their social media messages and their responses to messages from other Israeli citizens. At times, I have drawn two or more extracts from the same person(s).  Friends in Israel have written most of the contributions. Continue reading 



A Reflection on the previous Blog on the Protests on Capitol Hill and Violence in the USA

In my previous blog, I wrote a 2000-word critique on the protests on Capitol Hill and violence in the USA. I put a link to my Facebook page, Twitter and Linkedin. Continue reading 



Mindfulness. A Single Limb in the Body of the Teachings/Practises. A Podcast. Ron Purser with Questions for Christopher

Ron Purser interviewed me for his 60 minute Mindful Cranks podcast in July 2020.

Professor of Management in the College of Business at San Francisco State University, Ron is the author of McMindfulness: How Mindfulness Became the New Capitalist Spirituality. Dr. Purser is an ordained Zen Dharma Teacher in the Korean Zen Taego order of Buddhism. Continue reading 



18 Books to Support a Revolution

www.sangha.live, mostly an international onllne network of Buddhsit practitioners, kindly invited me to be a guest speaker on Sunday night (31 May 2020).

I spoke of the need for a revolution (inner and outer) required for a fundamental  and unprecedented change in our way of life. Continue reading 



Transcription of Zoom Conference on Mindfulness of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) with Israeli Dharma Teachers. Part 2 of 2

 

Dharma Teachers in Israel express

Concerns and Raise Questions with Christopher

Part 2 (transcribed, edited and adapted for readership)

Around 90 Minute Exchange. Part One. 45 minutes. Part Two. 45 minutes. Continue reading 




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