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Pentecost comes from Greek, meaning 50th day, and it is one of the main Christian celebrations, commemorating the time when the Holy Spirit descended upon the apostles
World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development
to advance the four goals of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions adopted on 20 October 2005
World Bee Day
The UN General Assembly unanimously adopted a resolution on 20 December 2017 declaring 20 May World Bee Day.
Shavuot – The Feast of Weeks
its religious significance is connected to the Exodus of the Jewish people
The Night of Power
Laylat al-Qadr, Tonight is the holiest night in Islam, as this is the night when the Holy Quran was told to the Prophet Muhammad by Jibrail, the Angel, and occurs on the final 10 days of Ramadan.
UN General Assembly, issued resolution 72/130 declaring 16th of may as International Day of Living Together in Peace
International Day of Light
UNESCO has promoted the International Day of Light, to celebrate scientific advancement and the benefit it brings to us.
Eid-Al-Fitr, Eid Mubarak!
Eid Mubarak! To all Muslim believers, as Ramadan comes to an end for this year, Allah’s revelation of the Quran was duly celebrated,
the strongest of the generative and caring archetype, that of the mother, the giver of life
Happy Easter to all Orthodox Christians
today we are gong to explore Easter traditions popular among Slavic cultures, specifically Russia, as this was the most resilient celebration that managed to continue
Labour Day – Working Towards Our Species’ Future
From slavery to serfdom we have made gigantic steps in terms of worker’s rights,
Beltane – Life is a celebration
Beltane is a very ancient festival, likely lost somewhere in the mist of times among North-West European peoples and cultures
Pandemic of Mental Distress
We are all too familiar with the knowledge of what are the symptoms of the global pandemic knowns as Covid-19, or the Corona, and we are all too familiar with the measures that were implemented by national governments and advised by international bodies in order to mitigate the spread of the contagion; lockdowns, quarantines, masks,Continue reading “Pandemic of Mental Distress”
We are born resilient. Part 2
Ecopsychology Is there a connection between the natural world and our sense of resilience? This was a study subject by Dr. Ingulli and Lindbloom, authors of the book Ecopsychology (2013.52-55). And the answer is, yes there is, and this was especially noticed among the people who live in large urban centres interestingly enough and prettyContinue reading “We are born resilient. Part 2”
We are Born Resilient. Part I
In this article we are going to talk about resilience and about being resilient, rather than learning about resilience, because we believe that this is something we are all born with, and something we should be aware of, rather than treat it as a brand new competence. Resilience probably is one of the “hot” wordsContinue reading “We are Born Resilient. Part I”
Ecopsychology’s outlook on Spirituality
The purpose of Ecopsychology is to integrate the Ego (that is our conscious mind) with the Eco (the human and non-human environment that surrounds us) as an integral part of the Self, our complete mind both conscious and unconscious, an integration that will be reflected in positive behaviours, values and communication with others and withContinue reading “Ecopsychology’s outlook on Spirituality”
The endless Nirvana Today Buddhists across the world celebrate the “death” of Buddha, or rather the end of cycle of life and death and ascent to the Nirvana, and being free from physical existence and its pains. In fact the Buddha ascended upon understanding the Four Noble Truths, which are: 1) Life involves suffering. 2)Continue reading “Parinirvana”
Judaism and Ecology
“Only human beings, who are created “in the image of G-d” (Gen. 1:28), are able to perfect the world by acting in accordance with divine command. At Sinai God revealed His Will to the Chosen People, Israel, by giving them the Torah (…) which specifies how Israel is to conduct itself in all aspects ofContinue reading “Judaism and Ecology”
The Holocaust seems something that is gradually being handed over to history books, as the living memory of those horrors and gradually passing away with their testimonial and story of how could humans do this onto fellow humans. Recalling many years ago, when used to bring students to the remains of the concentration camps ofContinue reading “Collective Psychosis”
Want Nirvana? Care for Samsara
“When this exists, that comes to be; with the arising of this, that arises. When this does not exist that does not come to be; with the cessation of this, that ceases.” Buddha There is indeed a very strong relation between Buddhism and ecology, as the Buddhist belief is among the fiercest in humanity toContinue reading “Want Nirvana? Care for Samsara”
“It is He who made the sun a shining radiance and the moon a light . . . God did not create all these without a true purpose; (…) His signs to those who understand. In the succession of night and day, and in what God created in the heavens and earth, there truly areContinue reading “Islam, naturally!”