"Hello Marcos.boa dia!! Yes I speak a very little Brazilian.I spent many months there doing meditation in Central Brazil, 3 years ago.So I am a bit rough with the language now.Good to receive your message. I currently live in Australia,like Brazil it…"
I am happy to become your friends. I enjoyed your answers to these questions. Let us exchange. I am a enthusiastic reader of Ervin Laszlo! I am in Rio, Brazil. Are you planning to participate in the Rio+20 Summits this June? Warmly, Marcos"
A crucial warning for Humankind towards the need of inner and outer transformation: no more unlimited economic growth, no longer competitive economic relations, build an economy of enough, limit use and degradation of natural resources, establish cooperation, solidarity, mutual respect and harmony with Nature as the values inspiring new social relations.
What does peace mean to you?
The end of fear and greed; compassion and dialogue; the end of investments in weapons and wars; the path towards love and a sustainable planet.
What does community mean to you?
Groups of people who share a common project and are committed to the practice of sharing material and immaterial goods.
What does politics mean to you?
The practice of common good, the sharing of wealth, knowledge and power, which means a matristic democracy; the shared management (nomia) of the houses (oikos) where we live; the end of hierarchies based on capital and prestige.
What does money mean to you?
Money is the blood of society. If blood does not flow, the organism becomes ill and can die. National and global economies are ill because money is not fulfilling its feminine role to provide every human being with enough purchasing power to maintain a healthy and dignified livelihood.
What makes you truly happy?
Sharing, the experience of love, compassion, gift; making other people happy.
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Hello Marcos.boa dia!! Yes I speak a very little Brazilian.I spent many months there doing meditation in Central Brazil, 3 years ago.So I am a bit rough with the language now.Good to receive your message. I currently live in Australia,like Brazil it is a very diverse enviroment, from rainforests in the north to more cooler,dryer climate in the south. I am in the south in the state of Victoria. I have flown into Rio in 2008 when I was in transit on my way to Brasilia. I loved the Brazilian culture and how progressive people's attitudes are over there. People in Victoria have too much fear to "step out of the normal" and I do find it very conservative here.
You mentioned the Rio+20 summit in June,Please tell me more....With kind regards...Una