A critique of a major publication by Eckhart Tolle. A New Earth has sold over 5 million copies since 2008 and is the follow up to his publication ‘The Power of Now’. He believes humanity is doomed and attempts to convince us of a new way of thinking that removes the ego. 700 words.
This piece of 1,000 words is a brief resume of the difficulties of life in Africa and of giving for the right reasons and at the right time. I have visited the continent on a number of occasions and lived in Senegal for a short while.
This essay is a critique of ‘Mere Christianity’ by C S Lewis, an intellectual of the mid 20th century who was famous for being an atheist who converted to Christianity. His most famous publication was ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ the first of seven novels in The Chronicles of Narnia’. 1,400 words.
A 1,000 word piece about why we should not waste our time and our life. The question is, of course, what is and what isn’t a waste of time? The article has been published in the Mayfield and District U3A anthology.
This piece documents a journey I made by bus to Kathmandu. It could have been treated as a short story as the facts have been fictionalised. The travel agent philosopher is an invention to get a point across. 2,500 words.