Humanism and Spirituality

Kenneth Kaunda, an African humanist who claimed to be a Gandhi – Part I

A few weeks ago the former president of Zambia Kenneth Kaunda passed away. Although he is not well known outside the English-speaking world, he deserves more than a brief paragraph in the history books. Kaunda was the leader of the…

Why a Humanist Social Network?

Social networks have become a very necessary tool in our daily coexistence, I think that for most people there is no doubt about it. By Hugo Rodriguez Ghiara Little by little they have entered our lives as a simple way…

Runasur: A project for cohesion in a fragmented world

“Let us live as brothers and sisters, united in one body. Let us take care of the protection and preservation of the Spaniards, Creoles, mestizos, Zambos and Indians because we are all compatriots, born in these lands and of the…

From the “Tokarev report” to the “Denisova report”

In 1981 Salvatore Puledda published his novel The Tókarev Report. At the time, the Humanist Movement was at its peak. Only 12 years had passed since Silo had delivered his harangue “The Healing of Suffering” in Punta de Vacas. There…

Leaving The Matrix Part 3 – The Heart Shaped Doorway

On A Personal Note I started writing this “Leaving The Matrix” series about two and a half months ago. Initially I was excited at the prospect of arranging the ideas I’ve been encountering, contemplating and testing over the last four…

On Silo’s side

Before sharing an article by Julián Axat for “El cohete a la luna”, we would like to introduce it with the words of Jorge Pardés, which give us context in this regard: In a clear exercise of Memory, Julián brought…

Paine Park of Study and Reflection opens registration for School for Personal and Social Transformation work

The Paine Park of Study and Reflection, located 50km from Santiago de Chile, has been under construction since 2010, with the efforts of many humanists. Among them are the late Huga Tormen and María Cristina Soto, for each of whom…

Everyday Heros: An inspiring story of Chocolate muffins for homeless people in London

Everybody somehow knows that homelessness is a problem. What many however do not really want to actively comprehend is that it has also turned into an increasingly urgent problem in many big European cities in the last years.[1] This became…

Hopi Indian Chief White Eagle: “This moment humanity is experiencing can be seen as a door or a hole”

Hopi Indian Chief White Eagle commented on the current situation: “This moment humanity is experiencing can be seen as a door or a hole”. The decision to fall in the hole or walk through the door is up to you.…

World Humanist Forum-Asia: Connecting for Collaboration and Action

August 15, 2021. The World Humanist Forum- Asia was officially launched with the participation of over 105 individuals, many representing humanist organisms and other NGOs/groups, all sharing the same vision of a non-violent and non-discriminatory humane world, and working in…

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