On Monday 26th September 2016 a private event at the Institute of Education (IoE) in London took place to examine… Read more The Story of the Society for the Furtherance of Critical Philosophy
From Friday 30th September to Sunday 2nd October, 10 participants met for a Socratic Dialogue in Münster, discussing the question:… Read more What does it mean to be valued?
I’ve adapted a blog post I wrote last year about the insight I gained from attending a meditation retreat and… Read more 10 things I learnt from a silent retreat
Love has a lesser known sister: agape, pronounced a-gah-pay. This type of love has goodwill and benevolence at its heart.… Read more A little thing called agape
by Rainer Maria Rilke God speaks to each of us as he makes us, then walks with us silently out… Read more Go to the limits of your longing
Headlines such as “Helen Skelton’s revealing skirt sends… viewers into meltdown,” and “Germany: Burka ban to be proposed in security… Read more What short skirts and burqas have in common
As a philosophy student I jumped at the chance to take part in a philosophical dialogue. The method of discourse… Read more What I learnt at a Socratic Dialogue
My life for the next four days is packed into a bag — 22in x 18in to be precise, or… Read more Going to Hannover
Just last night I watched part of a programme about a family who were trying to eat well for less money.… Read more The key to a happy and tranquil life
Energy drain can occur when your head whirls and you get too far ahead of yourself. Often, I find, a slight… Read more Breathe.