Journalist Patricia Pitchon reflects on the appeal Maitreya makes through His Messages
Patricia Pitchon (Share International, January/February 2021)
From 6 September 1977 until 27 May 1982 Benjamin Creme received a total of 140 messages from Maitreya during his weekly lectures at Friends House, Euston Road, London, through a process of mental overshadowing.
Patricia Pitchon (Share International, April 1998)
A report on the inadequacy of the "free market's" response to increasing poverty in marginalized poor countries, suggesting land-tenure reform, NGO-monitored credit, increasing/speeding up debt relief, and improving food distribution directly to the urban and rural poor.
Patricia Pitchon (Share International, July/August 1997)
A report on the debate between neo-classical and New Economists as they vie for influence over business and government, citing the tension between growth and sustainability as measurements of economic success.
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