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Sixteen Questions and Answers on Karma. Views on Good and Evil

An exploration of karma (actions/deeds with consequences) needs to be brought into public conversation in the West on personal, social and political issues. Continue reading 



Seven Kinds of Karma. Do you need to give attention to any of them?

It is important to understand the essential meaning of karma. Continue reading 



THE WASTE LAND by T.S. Eliot. A LEADING POEM ON THE SAD STATE OF THE EARTH. PUBLISHED 1922. A 3200-WORD REVIEW

Ajita: What pollutes the world
and what threatens it most?

The Buddha: The hunger of desire pollutes the world
and fear of pain from suffering (threatens it most). Continue reading 



I deleted my Instagram page yesterday. Why? The Harmful Impact of Instagram Posts on Teenagers.

I deleted my Instagram page yesterday (11 October 2022) – a protest against Instagram and its apparent overall obscene indifference to permitting posts, with rare exception, to go out worldwide promoting self-hate, self-harm and suicide, especially among teenagers. Continue reading 



Guided Meditation/Talk on Regret/Remorse/Repentance/Suffering from the Past

Tovana, a Dharma network in Israel, invited me to offer teachings on Yom Kippur, two major holy-days in the Jewish calendar. Tal of Tovana hosted the sessions. I gave six 60-minute sessions, three sessions on Day of Repentance and three sessions on Day of Atonement. Continue reading 




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