Had some of the less successful dualists of Europe three centuries ago been less impetuous, they might have a lived a longer life. The role of men acting as their seconds was to urge them to have some patience in resolving their dispute and to wait a while longer before starting the violence. Often such … Continue reading Patience – how to find it?
Talks & Readings | Ken Worpole The Light of the World, the City, the Society on a Hill Thursday 27 November 2014 | Doors open and refreshments from 6.30 pm | Lecture starts 7.00 pm | Swedenborg Hall, 20-21 Bloomsbury Way, London WC1A 2TH | FREE ADMISSION, BUT BOOK IN ADVANCE! Please book your seat in … Continue reading Utopianism and Town Planning
Traditionally, the father has been the bread-winner for the family. These days, however, many women have well-paid jobs in the professions and business. The two sexes are said to be equal, and the ‘new man’ as a father is supposed to reduce his time at work so as to be as actively involved as the … Continue reading Father – is he uniquely important?
Mindfulness Course – Every Monday evening – 7pm – 9pm Manchester Come and learn the wonders of mindfulness, simple techniques of relaxation and being mindful of you. Learn to be less stressful, give yourself some quiet time and bring more joy to your life. Led by Malaika – Free All welcome- just turn up Held … Continue reading Free Mindfulness Course