Issue 232 • September/October 2005
Nature Knows us - do we know nature?
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TRUE CONSERVATIVES • Chris Lloyd
To gain the trust of the British people, the Conservative Party has to become truly conservative.
A THIN VEIN OF ANGER • Adam Thorpe
What should a writer do when world affairs do not obey the rules of 'fairy-tale'?
Why are we finding it so hard to address one of the biggest threats of our time?
Why Britain should use the euro... and keep the pound.
DREAMING IN DAYLIGHT • Katherine Marshall
Religious and development leaders come together to address the problems of poverty.
How to fall out of love with four wheels and an engine.
Oyster mushrooms cleaning up oils pills - whatever next?
BUILDING BRIDGES • Swati Chopra
Buddhism and science come together for the benefit of each other.
REPLENISH THE EARTH • Sebastião Salgado
Salgado introduces his Genesis project.
THE SEEKER • Martha Horan
Sohan Qadri's paintings are meditations on the deep enchantment of the soul.
ELEGANT PORCELAIN • Hannah Prothero
Potter Gilda Westermann throws porcelain with spirit.
BEAUTY AND LOVE • Philip Vann
Brancusi's simple sculptures encapsulate complexity itself.
WELL-SPRING OF TRUTH • Kamaan Singh
C. F. John integrates art with politics and life.
RHYTHMIC FORMS • Harland Walshaw
Antoni Gaudí was a craftsman-architect devoted to organic patterns.
RESONANT SEEDS • Daniel Levy
Music will let us discover the real patterns of the universe.
Commemorating Armistice Day with a commitment to peace.
NOMADIC JOURNEYS • William Cretney
The lost gardens of Sinai.
Poetry • Peter Abbs
Notes From The Underground • David Nicholson-Lord
Touchstone • Colin Hodgetts
A Sense of Place • Ulric Van Den Bogaerde
Recipes • Christopher Hobbs
Letters to the Editors
THE BIG PICTURE
FLAT VISION • Vandana Shiva
The World is Flat
MADE WITH LOVE • Julia Ponsonby
The Beauty of Craft
KINDLING AT THE LIMITS • Lynne Wycherley
Viva la Vida
ISMS', 'WASMS' AND 'ATIONS' • Ed Mayo
Limits to Privatization
A TIMELESS TALE • Paul Zeal
The Buddha and the Terrorist
POTTING ON • Sandy Brown
An Autobiography of Sorts
COUNTERBLAST • Mary Tasker
Teaching Toward Freedom
BOOKS IN BRIEF • Marian Van Eyk McCain
Balancing ideals with actions is a constant challenge.
Environmentalism transcends religious boundaries.
Review - CALL OF THE SELF • Richard Lane
Just Beyond The Visible by Andrew Machon
Review - ESSENCE OF ENTANGLEMENT • Rosalind Brackenbury
Dark Nights of the Soul by Thomas Moore
Review - EXPERIMENTS IN APPLIED GAIA • Stephanie Mills
A Safe and Sustainable World by Nancy Jack Todd
Review - SPIRIT SANCTURARIES • Piers Moore Ede
In Praise of Slow by Carl Honoré
Review - WAITING FOR RAIN • Kate Eshelby
Gem Squash Tokoloshe by Rachel Zadok