Living Life Through Layers of Conditioning

Over the past few years I have been part of the School of Philosophy and one of the great lessons has been looking at oneself rather than others. It says a lot about us when we judge another. I didn’t think I was judgemental person (maybe not outwardly or obviously) but as I learned what […]

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Durban School of Philosophy Celebrates Teachers’ Day

Teacher’s day celebrated at the Durban School of Philosophy Sunday 11 August 2019. World Teachers’ Day is celebrated annually. This is a day to honor teachers and teacher organizations. Teachers make a vital contribution to the education and development of our future leaders. Natural discipline generates a special kind of bliss which is very deep. […]

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Students at the Durban School Enjoy Learning Sanskrit

Sanskrit is the classical language of Indian and the liturgical language of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. It is also one of the 22 official languages of India. The name Sanskrit means “refined”, “consecrated” and “sanctified”. Sanskrit is a standardized dialect of Old Indo-Aryan, originating as Vedic Sanskrit as early as 1700-1200 BCE. The most ancient […]

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Meditation in the Mountains – a Beautiful Walk in the Berg

The School of Philosophy did a Meditation in the Mountains and a hike on Saturday the 26th January starting at the Sani Lodge Backpackers (near Himeville).  They walked 5km to the lunch spot at a beautiful waterfall and then 6km back on a different path.  The verdict was “Steep at times and uneven – some […]

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Enroll in an Online Economics Course

Economics is one of the most important topics in the world today, it being key to meeting the needs of current and future generations, and in determining who receives what from the world’s economic output.  Too infrequently do we consider the sources of the ideas that we are governed by. The economics faculty in the London School is […]

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