Dear Gillian Buddhist and Greek philosophy (preferring logic and reason) stems from around 6th to 5th to centuries BCE. Although philosophers attempted to understand the
Dear Gillian It strikes me that life is prolonged through sentiment, but what if life is just as long as it is meant to be?
What follows describes a ‘moment’ of the mind and its awareness. This ‘moment’ is timeless and could be hinted at by ‘silence’, or one, two
If the Buddha’s path is reduced to the correct perception of ‘void’ and ’form’, then it is the task of the Chinese Ch’an School to
The problem with modern psychics is that they are trying to conform to a mode of expression from the late 19th century, which caught the
‘The Conception of Nature in Marx’ is a very interesting book written by Alfred Schmidt (1931-2012), and first published in 1962. Indeed, ‘The Conception of