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William Commanda, an aboriginal North American chief, survived cancer and alcoholism to pioneer the idea of a ‘Circle of Nations’, reports Henry F Heald.
Tolerance is not enough to bridge the world’s differences, writes Mike Lowe. We need to engage.
Can loss turn to gain? Three people's experiences.
A London-based former Vietnamese boatperson and his Japanese wife tell Kenneth Noble of their love of music, teaching and freedom.
Five people write what forgiveness has meant in their lives.
When Carl Clowes applied for a job as a doctor in North Wales, he could not have foreseen that it would lead him to launching the UK’s first cooperative village—or becoming Honorary Consul for Lesotho. He talks to Paul Williams.
‘You can be a child living with a family member and still be completely alone.’ This conviction is what drove Camila Batmanghelidjh to set up the charity Kids Company's therapy centre under a pair of derelict railway arches on a deprived south London estate near Brixton eight years ago.
Paul Williams tells the story of an Indian dentist who saw his surgery razed to the ground.
MY FRIENDS smother a chuckle when I tell them I’m sure God is a golfer.
The labyrinth invites seekers into meditative wandering within a self-contained and compact space.