A key declaration adopted by Humanity's Team's Global Council at its most recent meeting (Buenos Aires, Argentina; May 2008), concerned Cultural Diversity:
As part of its Spiritual Activism Initiative, Humanity’s Team recently launched a petition to collect 50,000 signatures asking the United Nations to declare a World Oneness Day, a day set aside for humanity to celebrate, discuss and experience our commonalities together with our rich cultural diversities.
This is the most important petition ever launched . . . Toward a new humanity, a new earth, and a New Spirituality.
Humanity's Team is collecting 50,000 signatures to get the United Nations to declare a Oneness Day, a day set aside and embraced by individuals, communities and nations for humanity to celebrate, discuss and experience our similarities as well as our rich cultural diversities -- our Oneness -- a day to unite with the entire universe as one human family.
There have been many requests for a way to truly connect with one another in real-time - even though our medium is the internet, and virtual. I'm excited to let you know that, after considerable research, we've got what we think will work really well as an online virtual village...a way to form a community...a way to create your own place/space within this virtual Village, and share Who You Are.
WASHINGTON, June 23, 2008 (Combined Dispatches) -- Nearly three-fourths of religious U.S. adults say they believe that many faiths besides their own can lead to salvation, a survey indicated Monday.
The U.S. Religions Landscape Survey of 35,000 American adults found 70 percent of those affiliated with a religion said they agreed “many religions can lead to eternal life,” even if their denomination’s teachings say otherwise.
BUENOS AIRES - What do a Latvian-born biologist, a British standup philosopher, a Dutch-born spiritual scholar, a South African healer, an Argentine rabbi, the Conversations With God author and a former Silicon Valley executive have in common?
BUENOS AIRES — Humanity’s Team Argentina Coordinator Ciro Gabriel Avruj received the Humanity’s Team Spiritual Leadership Award at the global Oneness Summit May 25.
The Humanity’s Team Global Council held its annual coordination meeting outside Buenos Aires, Argentina, 17-23 May 2008.
Participants from more than 15 countries met at the suburban Casa McAuley personal-development center, to review HT accomplishments for the previous year, and to agree on a way forward for the next year.
Click here to see a summary of results.