There is more than one way to be a Buddhist. You don’t have to become a monk or a Bikkhu. Nor is it necessary to reject all forms of materialism or live as a recluse with no personal possessions, I’ve… Read More ›
“Sticks and stones will break my bones …. but your words they really offend me!” “Namaste mero saati” said Buddha on entering the wine bar and settling down on a settee, legs tucked under him. “Namaste Sid, sanchay cha, baat… Read More ›
Why is “more” nearly always believed to be better than “less”? Sometimes this is a very practical question, such as whether taking more of a particular drug/medicine is more beneficial than taking less. For example if you have a blinding… Read More ›
Epictetus, the Stoic philosopher, has always been a favourite of mine alongside Epicurus and Socrates. One of his lasting pronouncements was “Only the educated are free”, a phrase we originally used as the motto of our new primary education charity… Read More ›
Political correctness is like a disease spreading around the world and is being used by authoritarian cultural marxists to silence the majority. Why do you let them?