The Archaeological Society of South Africa put together a fascinating tour of Southern Anatolia and it was exactly here that the history I was fascinated with as a young girl had taken place…Babylon and King Hammurabi, Mesopotamia, the fertile land between the rivers Tigris and Euphrates, Assyria, petroglyphs in the mountains of Kar and more..…Read more →
Around fifty people turned out on Sunday at the Durban School to spend a few hours meditating together.
Life seems to rush by in a blur with a never-ending to-do list. The School of Philosophy has a meditation …Read more →
We say farewell with grateful hearts….
Leonie Downing, aged 90, and a student in the School for almost 50 years, will move to Johannesburg at the end of June.
For 4 decades Leonie took charge of all the musical celebrations…..and there were many! Only she had the courage, patience and humour to put a choir …Read more →