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Help wanted: Can you make movies?

Dear friends: I am working on a small project that has reached a crowd-sourcing stage – and I am looking for someone who would like to join me. I am recording a song I wrote to give encouragement to all young … Continue reading

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There but by the Grace of God…

When I was 11 years old I was ‘Dux’ of my primary school. I was then offered a scholarship: to attend the prestigious Knox Grammar school, free of charge, till graduation. My parents were elated. But I had heard stories. … Continue reading

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In conversation with Joseph Chilton Pearce

I’m delighted to share this interview with you. I had the huge honor of sitting with the celebrated author Joseph Chilton Pearce in the home he built with his own hands, among the wooded hills of Virginia USA, in December 2013. Joseph … Continue reading

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“Parenting for a Peaceful World” goes to University!

Thought you’d want to know about this! Latest release short video from the Parenting for a Peaceful World Tour USA 2013. Pam Monaco inaugurates a new university course in ethics, based on my book. View this short clip here.  

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Overpopulation Myth Number Four: “If we all have less babies, then the old people will overwhelm us and blow economies to smithereens. So, either way we are all screwed. I mean, really reeeeeeeeeeeally screwed”!

(Part 5 of a 6–part series) OK, sorry grandma and grandpa. We like you and your cute purple hairdos and fluffy slippers and everything, but we think you are, well… useless. Sorry! But where are we going to put you … Continue reading

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Great news: 2nd Edition of Parenting for a Peaceful World is out!

Finally, it’s ready. So pleased with the result. I have added about 50 pages of new material, in an addendum at the end. This has empowered the book, as well as shown a couple of areas for which new reading … Continue reading

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