If we seek transformation, should it not be great?

Paul Raskin and the Great Transformation Initiative are thinking the course of action through. “An admirable example of technical rigor endowed with a literary style of rare quality. Reading this eye-opening plea in defense of the idea of a peaceful, healthy and happy globalized human community would benefit anyone in the turbulent times we live.”Alioune„If we seek transformation, should it not be great?“ weiterlesen

Democratizing Justice

is the subject of a new book by Janet Gerson and Dale T. Snauwaert… The 2003 War in Iraq provoked worldwide protests and unleashed debates on the war’s illegitimacy and illegality. … This book serves as a theoretical and practical guide for all who seek to reclaim deliberative democracy as a viable foundation for revitalizing„Democratizing Justice“ weiterlesen

Dignisim against dehumanization

umair haque strikes a chord with our thoughts on dignity. „Europe became the first great humanist society, the first real humanist project. That’s not just metaphorical — it’s very real. The thinking behind modern Europe, the EU, is that every life deserves to live with dignity and respect and self-determination. Everyone should have the basics.„Dignisim against dehumanization“ weiterlesen

Sometimes the dignified thing is not the successful thing…

Cassie McClure reflects on success – „Paying the Dues for Life and Not for Work“ „… learned to schedule my time — mostly — and learned to listen for that moment in someone’s voice when a conversation becomes more real. It wasn’t always something I could publish, but it was something that continually gave me faith„Sometimes the dignified thing is not the successful thing…“ weiterlesen

Around the world, growing numbers of people are rejecting traditional faiths and choosing their own spiritual path.

Aubrey Wade was underway to find out if life without religion is meaningful… …“I certainly have values: I value justice, equality, reason. You might say offshoots of that are compassion, empathy, activism through work and interpersonal relationships. Even something small like tact. But those things aren’t sacred to me. I don’t think they exist on„Around the world, growing numbers of people are rejecting traditional faiths and choosing their own spiritual path.“ weiterlesen

Workplace violence at the top.

David Yamada takes another angle on the attempted Coup in Washington… Picture – Screenshot Washington Post. „It is likely that a good number of people who were lawfully in the building will experience post-traumatic symptoms. This includes elected officials, staff members, security personnel, media representatives, and others. Especially for them, working in that building may„Workplace violence at the top.“ weiterlesen

„Just be Human“ – a viable solution.

Umair Haque explains. „The Lesson We Should Have Learned From 2020 — But Haven’t“ „…sociality means: I feel happy when you have dignity, worth, purpose, meaning. That is the truth in me, in all of us. I receive the gift of happiness from giving enough sociality to form a relationship with you. That innate tendency„„Just be Human“ – a viable solution.“ weiterlesen

„Life is good!“

Essay from Social Media Designate Michael Boyer „Life is good!“ quoth my old friend again and again and even if everyone is trying to tell us things are bad, life is good. As we go toward the 35th World Dignity Conference we have a lot of positive things to reflect on this year. We are„„Life is good!““ weiterlesen

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