“We have to liberate each other and ourselves. We can do this because we have a love a life. It is calling us in all our converging streams through the teachers of the main religions. I see structural violence as a way to address if we speak together that we are all victims and we are all accountable. It is the work we are born to do.” — Joanna Macy
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Social Engagement and Liberation Nagaloka, Nagpur, India — 11th-14th October 2016 The International Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB) and Nagaloka, in partnership with Deer Park and the Karuna Trust, invite you to a conference celebrating the 60th anniversary...read more
The Conference tilted Engaging for Holistic Development organized by the Sevalanka Foundation was held under the patronage of President Maithripala Sirisena at the Sri Lanka Foundation Institute on January 22. At this conference, the special attention was drawn to...read more
Chulalongkorn University Right Livelihood Summer School (CURLS) 2016 :The COMMONS, COMPASSION & COMMUNITIES Once we cultivate genuine compassion, the soil is prepared to receive seeds of happiness. Communities grow and shape the commons. Seeds are essential for...read more
The Art of Living and Dying 19 December 2015 at Sri Burapha Auditorium, Thammasat University (Tha Prachan Campus). Map Click One of the key characteristics of modern society is the search for happiness through increasing consumption, which is fueled by...read more