Humanism and Spirituality

30.06.2015 Ernesto H. De Casas

You don’t kill people!

You don’t kill people!

The phrase, “you don’t kill people,” Silo said to us once in an informal dinner, when the conversation was about the atrocities caused by military dictatorships in South America and in the hypothetical case that someone could meet an ex-torturer in the street. What would you do? In this context … »

10.06.2015 Pressenza Hong Kong

The smallest art on the planet

The smallest art on the planet

British micro-artist, Graham Short, aged 68, has worked as the Royal engraver since 1974. His one-man business supplies Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, Balmoral and Sandringham with their hand engraved stationery. Several years ago he found fame by carving the Christian ‘Lord’s Prayer’ on the head of a pin. He then … »

30.05.2015 Pressenza Berlin

Judaism and Islam before and beyond Zionism

Judaism and Islam before and beyond Zionism

Judaism and Islam: their wonderful living together before and beyond Zionism Dr. phil. Milena Rampoldi – for ProMosaik e.V. – published Prof. Rabkin’s article about the perspectives of the Muslim Other in the Jewish tradition. The conclusion of the article is a very positive one: Judaism and Islam have always had … »

29.05.2015 Rédaction France

First March for sharing  to make known overwhelming numbers

First March for sharing  to make known overwhelming numbers

Press release Nobody ignores  anymore that  only 1.6 billion people are living in dire poverty in the world, according to a recent study by the Oxford poverty and human development initiative. Nobody ignores   anymore  that more than 1 billion people worldwide (every six personn) are affected by the scourge of … »

27.05.2015 Pressenza Budapest

Park of study and reflection inaugurated in Hungary

Park of study and reflection inaugurated in Hungary

On the 22nd and 23rd of May 2015 more than 500 people gathered from all over the world to witness the official inauguration of the gate, hall and stele of Mikebuda Park of Study and Reflection in Hungary.  The small village of Mikebuda is 10 kilometres from the nearby town … »

22.05.2015 Tony Henderson

Conversion experience, Community, and St Benedict

Conversion experience, Community, and St Benedict

Visiting family in Australia and listening to the commentary of a lady and like-spirit now living there, near Perth, who is called Mother Mary by her immediates, as she spoke concerning the Rule of St Benedict, I could not help but note that this Rule is relevant to seekers after … »

22.05.2015 Tony Henderson

Igniting the divine spark for a thriving world

Igniting the divine spark for a thriving world

The Villa Romana Hotel, Baguio, Philippines, was the venue for a meeting of a small group of individuals gathered together in the common aim of helping manifest a peaceful, non-violent world. An essential element in this grouping is the links between Nature and People. These links have become dis-equilibrated with … »

04.05.2015 Iván Novotny

May the 4th: The Day of Testimony

May the 4th: The Day of Testimony

“From this magnificent place we should consecrate this movable day so that in the future it will be known as the ‘Day of Testimony’: a testimony that gives privilege to this human attitude and that is itself justified above all ideologies, all theories and all calculations of practical consequences. This … »

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