Soul gardening By Richard Burridge

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Tuesday November 7, 2023 at 7:54pm
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"Life must be construed as an adventure, and we must summon up a little courage to go out and live it, because sitting in the corner mumbling 'please don't hurt me' looks like a wasted opportunity. 'Here and now' defines the life that the universe is currently offering you, so don't, please, waste it." Richard Burridge's abiding passions were philosophy and gardening, sometimes conducted simultaneously. He carried a small edition of Marcus Aurelius's Meditations in his coat pocket but occasionally also described himself as "a closet Taoist". From the late 1990s onwards he took pleasure in writing thought-provoking articles for the cover page of his church newsletter, and these are collected in this book. Above all, Richard was a man who tried to live his philosophy and his writing reflects his very personal and sometimes quirky take on contemporary events, the meaning of life and Spiritualist thought. He was a spiritual healer for many years and President of Ealing Spiritualist Church in West London.
ISBN: 9781803028439
Type: Paperback
Pages: 84
Published: 9 June 2023


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