I was very interested to hear that the first Summer Gathering for decades
at Brockwood Park took place this past year, in August, with 120 participants.
Those who commented to me about it were very keen on it, especially
that the younger staff members took it in their stride to manage it,
and did so very well. The starting point was Krishnamurti’s 1976 public
talks and discussions at Brockwood. Many inquiring minds (or the general
human mind) made it serious and enjoyable, though with some typical
dialogue challenges. Amazing is that many young people, in addition
to the younger staff, eagerly arrived and participated. This shows further
promise for the future.
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