Humanism and Spirituality

12.10.2019

The 2nd World March: two journeys in one for the nonviolent revolution 

The 2nd World March: two journeys in one for the nonviolent revolution 

At the launch of the 2nd Wold March for Peace and Nonviolence in Madrid, on October 2nd, International Nonviolence Day that commemorates Gandhi’s birth, Rafael de la Rubia said: “It should be said that this is not just a peripheral journey through the surface of the planet, through the… »

11.10.2019

The 2nd World March for Peace and Nonviolence enters Africa

The 2nd World March for Peace and Nonviolence enters Africa

By Antonio Gancedo After several members of the Base Team of the March in Tarifa came together, some from Seville and others from the Port of Santamaría, together they headed for Tangier in Morocco It is in Tarifa where several members of the Base Team of the March came together… »

01.10.2019

The 2nd World March for Peace and Nonviolence begins tomorrow, International Nonviolence Day

The 2nd World March for Peace and Nonviolence begins tomorrow, International Nonviolence Day

Ten years after the 1ª World March our organization returns to continue reaching more people The 2nd WM begins in Madrid on 2 October, 2019, International Day of Nonviolence, ten years after the 1ªMM. It will leave in the direction of Africa, North America, Central and South, to jump to Oceania, tour… »

28.09.2019

Attention. Humanity will raise the attentional level when a great scare occurs

Attention.  Humanity will raise the attentional level when a great scare occurs

To pay attention is to get rid of the noise that thoughts provoke, these take you from one subject to another without control, at the mercy of the worries, climates and reveries that invade us. Attention is surely one of the best tools we have to advance as human beings… »

22.09.2019

2nd March for Peace and Nonviolence in Mendoza [Argentina]

2nd March for Peace and Nonviolence in Mendoza [Argentina]

This morning the 2nd World March for Peace and Nonviolence began in the Chamber of Deputies of Mendoza, as stated in the invitation of the Honorable Chamber of Deputies: The President of the Chamber of Deputies, Dr. Néstor Parés, and the Provincial Deputy, Prof. Silvia Stocco, are pleased to invite… »

17.09.2019

How our thoughts can influence our future

How our thoughts can influence our future

How do we imagine our future to look like? How do we want it to be like? A question that I’ve been dealing with lately. It’s not only my future that concerns me but most of all the future of this world. What will the world look like? What about… »

10.09.2019

Comparative Political Leadership: Gandhi vs. Contemporary Leaders

Comparative Political Leadership: Gandhi vs. Contemporary Leaders

On 2 October 2019, it will be the 150th anniversary of the birth of Mohandas K. Gandhi in Gujarat, India. I would like to reflect on the visionary leadership that Gandhi offered the world, briefly comparing it with some national leaders of today, and to invite you to emulate Gandhi’s… »

09.09.2019

Like a Phoenix rising from the flames of ignorance

Like a Phoenix rising from the flames of ignorance

By Mark Lesseraux Yesterday morning, when I saw the latest reports on what is going on in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, I was close to being overcome by a combination of anger and a kind of frustrated sadness. Frankly I felt like I wanted to punch someone or something, or both. »

09.09.2019

The Chinese vision of a “Community of Shared Destiny for Humanity”: a prelude to a universal humanist moment?

The Chinese vision of a “Community of Shared Destiny for Humanity”: a prelude to a universal humanist moment?

by Javier Tolcachier The 70th anniversary (1/10) of the founding of the People’s Republic of China is approaching. This anniversary will be celebrated by the Chinese people, now a world power. Far from demanding revenge for a past of hunger, humiliation and poverty, bloody wars, invaders and colonial impositions,… »

28.08.2019

[Research] Seeing it both ways: Visual perspective in memory

[Research] Seeing it both ways: Visual perspective in memory

A report on Science Daily  explores the ways images from memory are represented either as seen as they were experienced, that is, through our own eyes, or observed as a third person. “If memory was simply an exact recollection of our experiences, one would think that we would recall our… »

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