by Kanchana Moodliar
Yesterday, as I was driving to work I started to think about the workload and bills I had to pay in the upcoming week. My heart began to race, my breath became short and quick and this pain came across my right arm…which of course in the state I was in meant …Read more →
The School of Philosophy began in Durban during the 1960’s, and shortly thereafter the School Leader, Mr Lawrence Stretton, decided to form a ‘Saturday School’ for children between four and a half and 12 years of age.
Almost all parents, already in the adult groups, supported this venture, and about 30 children enrolled. They were …Read more →
When I was 27 when I joined the School of Philosophy which, in those days, had premises in Montpelier Road.
I must confess that I understood very little of what was being said in the first few weeks – awareness, realization, enlightenment, meditation – were not words that fitted into my life with two young …Read more →