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At 21:53 on April 9, 2019, Liselotte Baeijaert said…

Thank you for the invitation, David. I hope you will get better soon. I just had Karin visiting at my holiday home in Holland. We talked about the ITZI conference. I look forward to attend. (Still need to register.) Cheers! 

At 16:52 on March 15, 2019, Daniel Bairey said…

It was good to be part of the talk and discussion. A unique experience from my kitchen in Tel Aviv as I prepare to fix our family dinne. I look forward to more !

At 22:42 on January 6, 2019, Jaume Pucahdes said…

Thanks for your invitation.

At 17:05 on September 14, 2018, Daniel Bairey said…

Thank you

At 17:26 on September 13, 2018, Daniel Bairey said…

Noble practice then: with confidence , at ease. Well centered. With an upaya to suite the person and situation, definitely not merely 方便 approach. But I cheat, for I am reading your book and still grappling with your mention of upaya: I had not dwelled on that one until your message. But I meant Upeksha - perhaps a good concept to associate with noble ?

At 19:37 on September 10, 2018, Daniel Bairey said…

I am wondering what characters render XinJin and AnJin - perhaps I can then locate the original Chan terms

At 6:48 on September 9, 2018, Daniel Bairey said…

 hoşbulduk, Baruch Hanimza” : both Hebrew and Turkish have developed apt responses to “Welcome”, perhaps each loosely rendered as “glad to be here “ and “Blessed is he/she already there”. Possibly in English that could be “Well Arrived” 。I have yet to find the Buddhist or Chinese response , so 全心欢迎您的回答 (“Whole hearted welcome Your response )

At 15:21 on August 1, 2018, Nando said…

Thank you,  I will try to join, at least single days if it's possible. For the next workshops during 2018 in Korea I will work out my attendance in a more relaxed way!

At 15:52 on June 22, 2018, Désirée Verstraete said…

Twice Istarted Italian lessons but could not continue through circomstances. You make me feel wanting to learn it again. Then I could understand one of my favourite films in it's original language!

La meglio gioventù (2003)  a film from Marco Tullio Giordana. 

At 21:23 on March 2, 2018, Alex Mancini said…

Sure David! It was a pleasure to meet you and to have those, always interesting, conversations. Have a good trip back to France. Cheers!

At 8:39 on January 2, 2018, Sujatin Johnson said…

Happy birthday to my wonderful teacher and dearest friend - Namo Amida Bu

At 12:46 on December 17, 2017, Caroline said…
Hi David. Good to see you in Malvern! You left a snowy wonderland indeed! Your relationship courses in Milan look interesting! I think the UK would be an excellent venue if you offer these again ;) NAB
At 9:14 on August 14, 2017, Penelope Immins said…

I have a good friend Lin, who would very much like accompany me on a visit to France. A later Autumn/Winter/Spring visit may be on the cards......

At 14:42 on August 12, 2017, Minsun Sung said…

"Everyday has been a miracle for all of us in the 2017 Korean Workshop."

This is a special time for all of us: The participants' level of aspiration to learn and practice as they learn from you is higher than previous years; and your teaching is profound and I feel like we are a chosen few who are blessed. I can not think of any other better cultivation of mind and Buddhist training.

Thank you very much and enjoy being in Korea this summer. 

At 9:01 on April 14, 2017, Colin Lester said…

Hi David. Thanks!. Good to be here.

Colin

At 14:23 on March 15, 2017, anki said…

hello thanks for the comment. i googled spiritual community and came across this so here i am, i was looking for people with like wise minds really to talk to.

well i am willing to post a pic in the pictures part of my page but i prefer not using it as my avatar if thats ok. 

At 21:33 on March 6, 2017, Kim Terrell said…

Hello,

I am just back in France.  It takes me a few days to get my bearings, but I'm back and happy to be here.

At 15:25 on January 21, 2017, Kim Terrell said…

Hello again,

I am learning to navigate this site and am still a bit clumsy.  I'll figure it out. Kim

At 0:00 on January 21, 2017, Kim Terrell said…

Thank you for the welcome and the invitation to visit.  I would like to do that, but I am not sure where you are? 

At 21:04 on August 29, 2016, Dennis Richards said…

Thanks, David. Have cited you in a paper I'm writing on Person-Centred Therapy. Hope to visit in person sometime.

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