Issue 48 – July 2019

Educating for a Bright Future

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Inside cover

Topics in Neohumanism

4 – Resilience in the Age of Artificial Intelligence – By Dr. Shambhushivananda
6 – Neohumanism and Higher Education – by Dr. Kathleen Kesson
9 – People of the Watershed: An Ancient Paradigm for Sustainability – by Dr. Matt Oppenheim
12 – On the Right to Healthcare – by Dr. Ed McKenna

Projects in Focus

14 – Neohumanist College of Asheville, North Carolina, USA – by Ellen Landau
15 – Neohumanist College Joins Community Coordinating Council, Asheville – by Sid Jordan
15 – Mountain Breeze School, Asheville, NC – by Rachel Maietta
16 – YogaSofia – by Christian Franceschini, Alexia Martinelli, Salvatore Ingargiola and Cristina Terribile
17 – Studio Renaissance – by Divyendu Anand

Training Programs and Events

18 – New Take on Leadership Training A report on “Leadership Matters” – by Timotheus Rammelt
20 – Youth Camp and NHE Teacher Training, Center for Neohumanist Studies – Bali
21 – AM Yoga Wellness: One-Month Naturopathy Training – Cebu, Philippines
22 – Love in Action: Junior Teacher Training in Den Bosch, Zonnelicht, Holland – by Meike Bosch
23 – Engaging Children in Societal Change: Senior Teacher Training in Holland – by Ada Merz

Neohumanist Education Methods

24 – Storytelling as a Medium for Teaching Yama and Niyama to Children – by Ada Merz
25 – Reflective Teachers, Reflective Learners  by Didi Ananda Devapriya
28 – Best Practice: Expanding the Heart – by Arun Jacobson
29 – Peace Ambassadors at the River School, Australia – by Ann Donoghoe
30 – The River School Experience – Interview conducted by Didi Ananda Tapomaya
32 – The PROUT Parliament Game – by Dr. Sohail Inayatullah

Global News

34 – Manila, Georgetown, Nairobi, Hong Kong and Delhi Sectors
39 – From Kulapati Tours
40 – The Revival of AMAYE – by Dada Vishvarupananda and Sumati Brekke

New Publications

41 – Tools to Change the World: New PROUT Study Guide – by Dada Maheshvarananda and Miira Price
42 – Unschooling in Paradise – by Kathleen Kesson
43 – The Next Big Thing! – by Marcus Bussey
44 – Economic Renaissance in the Age of Artificial Intelligence – Edited by Apek Mulay

Back cover

Shrii P. R. Sarkar

“The human race is moving at an irresistible speed. Today, humanity wants to forget those who have written their works centering around various kinds of fissiparous discriminations. Human beings want to channelise their whole range of vision towards the bright future – a future which will transcend all individual or group interests, all territorial limits of countries and states, and transform the fates of many people into one destiny”. – Shrii PR Sarkar

“Humanity is now at the threshold of a new era. We do not want any dogma. The age of dogma is gone. What we want is an idea based on Neohumanism. We are for the entire created world; and not only for human beings or living beings, but for the entire animate and inanimate universe”- Shrii PR Sarkar

“This Neohumanism, only this Neohumanism, can save our universe, can save human existence. So now we are to sing the song of Neohumanism. We should [forget] all our omissional and commissional errors of the past. Forget the past. Be the [vanguard of] a bright future; and the crimson light of that future breaks on the eastern horizon. We should welcome it – we must welcome it. There is no alternative but to welcome it.”