I've been informally doing a 'south africa' series where I read a bunch of books about the history of South Africa and the lives and views of their most prominent leaders. I started with Mandela, went to Biko and I am now on Tutu. I started reading Tutu's book with the Dalai Lama which was … Continue reading God is a not a christian: Desmond Tutu book reflections
Today I had a lovely day at an interfaith training workshop for an organisation I am going to be working with. The organisation (I'm not entirely sure if I allowed to name it so I will keep it vague) invites speakers from different faith/non faiths to go into schools and discuss their worldviews with children. … Continue reading Inter-faith workshop reflections: every flower has it’s place in the garden.
Since I was introduced to Descartes in my first philosophy class he has been my favorite philosopher. He has a poetic style of writing that to me has always reflected the natural course of human thought and was not as rigid as some of the other philosophers we were made to look at. As much as … Continue reading Dream or reality? A Cartesian based meditation for managing hallucinations in psychosis