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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Good Turnout for the Parenting Course in Durban

  The Parenting Course started on Wednesday evening, 3rd May. We were 31 in total which included 11 St James parents, 10 St James teachers, 4 SOP members and 6 St James board members. A good response and most definitely good company! The course was developed by the School of Practical Philosophy in Gauteng and […]

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The Stillness of Meditation

by Geraldine Somerset I began my journey in the School of Practical Philosophy in 1992 and followed the path through to meditation. I find peace in the stillness of meditating. Its difficult to express in words and not every meditation is the same. Sometimes meditation is a struggle to control the mind, while at other […]

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