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Club Of Budapest Basque Country

The Basque Club of Budapest is based on values and ethics of the Basque and the willingness of an apolitical unity message.

Among these values:

  • The sense of family and belonging to a family
  • The sense of community identity
  • Adaptability and the spirit of "peaceful explorers" were that Basque fishermen, whalers & first discoverers of Quebec and the Americas
  • The global culture with strong and deep roots inked to EarthEthics under the motto "Hitza Hitz ..." ("one word ...") leading to a renewal of the sacred sense of honor and the given word
  • As a people of shepherds and fishermen: the meaning of the transmission of a culture with its own language and so, concern and willingness to preserve and pass on a legacy
  • Assume and respect its identity and fact, respect differences. On the occasion of the International Symposium of Biarritz 2013, Prof. Laszlo has met its instigator & organizer: Beatrice Bonin; he has taken a liking to her and her disabled daughter Julie and her admiring capacity to transmit humanitarian messages.

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Milano Expo 2015

THE WORLD THOUGHT LEADERS FORUM

CARING FOR PEOPLE AND THE PLANET - Exploring the New Horizons of a Humane and Sustainable World

Saturday, the 6th of June 2015.

The Pavilion of Hungary

Milano, Italy

Click here, to learn more about the Hungarian Pavilion of the 2015 Milano Expo.

 

Click on the link below to learn more about the World Thought Leaders Forum! 

The World Thought Leaders Forum - Caring For People and the Planet - MILAN EXPO 2015

 

See more in the attachments below.

 

Attachments:
Download this file (Program WTLF 6 June_28May2015.pdf)Milan Expo 2015 - Program 6th June[Milan Expo 2015 - Program 6th June]126 kB

Fuji Symphony of Peace Prayers Live Webcast

To watch the recorded live webcasts, please click on the videos below:




 

See more at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/symphony-of-peace-prayers-english and http://fujideclaration.org/ 

The Symphony of Peace Prayers (SOPP), an event in which people from different faiths and cultures come together to pray for peace, was first held in May 2005 at Fuji Sanctuary in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.

In the first part of the program, prayer leaders from a variety of faiths and spiritual traditions (Shintoism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, etc.), lead the participants in a peace prayer representing their respective tradition. Everyone joins in offering prayers of the various faiths, creating a beautiful symphony of prayers, transcending religious differences.

The second half of the program is a prayer ceremony calling for peace in each country and region on earth using the national flag of each country. Today, 194 colorful national flags are graciously presented on stage, while the participants recite together “May peace be in (name of country)” , in the country’s national language(s) (see note below). 

With a special program, the 2015 SOPP will be the largest and most significant one yet, featuring the inauguration of the Fuji Declaration.
http://fujideclaration.org/

The Fuji Declaration is a charter for a new spiritual civilization for a sustainable future. When all the participants recite the Declaration together, each individual's breath infuses the Declaration. 

Over the past 10 years, the SOPP has spread throughout the world, with over 50 countries taking part in ceremonies and prayer gatherings. 
This year, on May 17, large numbers of people will gather around the globe and join in their prayers with the Fuji Sanctuary. 

The event will be broadcasted live, on ustream, and we invite you to be part of this year’s ceremony online, while sending your prayers for peace on earth. The peaceful vibrations emanating from our prayers have the power to heal the earth and all living things.

Note: The program booklet and peace prayers offered at this year’s ceremony are available at the following websites. 
http://www.symphonyofpeaceprayers.com/soppatfuji/sopp-2015/ 

 

 

Transition World Launch - Livestream from Kronborg Castle, 16 May 2015

For those of you who missed the Transition World gala evening, here is a link to the live-stream from Kronborg Castle. Thanks to all the contributors in Denmark and Japan for co-creating such a fantastic event! https://vimeo.com/128866542

Transition World Launch - Livestream from Kronborg Castle, 16 May 2015 from Bente Milton on Vimeo.

 

The Fuji Declaration Inauguration Launch at The Symphony of Peace Prayers

Announcement from The Fuji Declaration!

We thank our distinguished signatories and supporters for celebrating the inauguration of The Fuji Declaration. The events were profound in every way and we are touched by the overwhelming participation and support we have received from around the world. 

A more detailed report of the events will be sent in a follow up email. Meanwhile we are happy to share a brief report in co-celebrating our great success.

 Mr. Hiroo Saionji,  Mrs. Masami Saionji and Dr. Ervin Laszlo, the three initiators of The Fuji Declaration at the inauguration ceremony
Mr. Hiroo Saionji,  Mrs. Masami Saionji and Dr. Ervin Laszlo,
the three initiators of The Fuji Declaration at the inauguration ceremony

Global Participation for A Divine Spark Activation
 
Attendance at The Symphony of Peace Prayers, Fuji Sanctuary: 10,000
  
Total number of Global Webcast Viewers:                                   7,000  
                                                   
Number of Participating Countries:                                              127
 
New signatories who signed the Declaration on May 17th:         6.229
 
Total number of The Fuji Declaration signatories to date:           9,882
               
  The East West Celebration at sunrise in collaboration with Denmark
The East West Celebration at sunrise in collaboration with Denmark
 
Tokyo Symposium participants celebrate the inauguration
Tokyo Symposium participants celebrate the inauguration
 
10,000 attend the celebration at the Fuji Sanctuary
10,000 attend the celebration at the Fuji Sanctuary
 
See more at: http://fujideclaration.org/ 
 

TO WATCH THE RECORDED LIVE WEBCAST CLICK HERE:

CLICK HERE - English UStream
CLICK HERE - Japanese Ustream