What the School of Philosophy means, and still means to me

By Irene Kloppers Looking back now, after so many years since joining the school in 1969, it is abundantly clear to me, that before I joined the School of Practical Philosophy, I had so many questions that could not be answered no matter where I looked. I reluctantly admit that a big motivating factor for […]

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Memories of the Early Years of Saturday School

By Diana Himsworth A year after I joined the Philosophy School in Durban, Lawrence and Margaret Stretton established a Saturday School for children between the age of 4 – 12. My own children attended, and I offered to assist. My duties were to put out chairs, count pencils, tidy books and at exactly 10 am […]

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Retreat at Seven Oaks, Greytown October 2019

Here are some thoughts on the retreat from people who were there: Easier to be Still For 4 days a week or two ago, the hills surrounding Seven Oaks were alive and alight with singing (in English) and sounding (in Sanskrit). 48 of us attended this ‘residential’ and were acommodated in 2 family farmhouses; the […]

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