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‘I play his favourite reggae songs’: the joyful ways people remember loved ones Marking the anniversary of a loved one’s death is an important ritual. But these events don’t need to be only sorrowful Written in partnership with Bequest
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Reclaiming ritual Traditionally the preserve of religion and state, ritual is being reclaimed across society in newly creative ways. As a means to connect wit... Society Wellbeing
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‘Censored’ TED speakers call for public debate Biologist Rupert Sheldrake and author Graham Hancock have called for a public debate on issues at the edge of mainstream science, after thei... Ideas worth spreading
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Dreamers for the new Earth A shift in consciousness in all areas of human activity is necessary if we are to move into an era of true prosperity, writes Paul Fletcher Paul Fletcher Perspective
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Innovative London conference aims to envision ‘more beautiful world’ TEDx event titled Visions for Transition will stimulate thought and discussion on the planet’s most pressing matters Culture
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A time for transformation With the Olympic Games marking a moment of inspiration, 2012 is an opportunity for humanity to move into spiritual maturity, says Paul Fletc... Paul Fletcher Perspective
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