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Here in the Netherlands we are currently blessed with a warm, sunny start to the autumn. As the trees begin to burn bronze at the edge and the first leaves parachute to the ground, the acorns and chestnuts are dropping while the season’s mushrooms and toadstools are springing up in their shade in time for […]

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Last week Pip and I had our first lesson with Jason Alexander Wauters, the most successful student to emerge from Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling’s one-year schooling programme, the only full one-year course he has ever given to date (yes, the same one Vicki and I were originally scheduled to attend). Since then I have had a […]

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February is hurtling along at a pace of knots, my days are fiercely full, and I am flying on a high. How is this remotely possible, you might ask, if you learn that we are coursing through what may go down in the statistics as one of the warmest, wettest winters in recorded memory, experiencing […]

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Recently I have noticed that destiny has taken upon itself to reinstate me on the mailing list of Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling’s Akedah International organisation some one and a half years after I requested my removal from that list. The first email I received after being reinstated offered me Hempfling’s various properties on the island of […]

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The cool of a grey autumn afternoon envelops the forest-clad hills surrounding the quaint ski resort of Saint-Sauveur about an hour north of Montréal in the French-speaking state of Québec, Canada. Seventeen humans enter an enclosure of about 20 m x 40 m. A little later they are voluntarily joined by seven horses. There are […]

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