- Contents issue 30 – May 2010
- ANANDA MARGA GURUKULA GLOBAL LIAISON OFFICE ONGOING PROGRAMMES, UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
- Fourth Annual Yoga Educators Conference
- Neohumanism: Practice of Love for All Creation
- What is Neohumanism?
- Neohumanist Leadership Training Seminar
- Integral Therapy Centre for Healing, Health and Change
- Microvita Seminar
- Theater Seminar
- Prama Institute at Ananda Girisuta Master Unit
- Master Unit Ananda Vasundhara, Brasília, Brazil
- Neohumanism in Action
- Ananda Marga Yoga Academy in Singapore
- Yoga Educators Conference in Malaysia
- Bipolarity and Its Consequences for Evolution
- Interconnection Teachers Training
- How to Foster a Spiritual Atmosphere in your group of 4 to 12 year olds
- Theatre in Education (TIE)
- Volunteering at an After School Club, Egypt
- The Progressive School of Long Island Celebrates its 25th Anniversary
- Awakening the Joy of Reading Among Village Children in Barlovento, Venezuela
- Children’s Artwork
- New School and Spiritual Centre in Lebanon
- NHE Yoga for Children Teachers Training
- Delhi Sector
- Nairobi Sector
- Hong Kong Sector
- Manila Sector
Dada Shambhushivananda and Didi Anudhyana visit the Lampang School in Thailand, run by Nuntaka.
Baan Unrak School
By Didi Ananda Anuraga
In December we had the yearly ‘Don’t litter program’. This is a one day program our school does every year to raise consciousness about the environment. On this day many schools in the area send some of their students to participate in cleaning up litter of the entire Sangklaburi village.
This year I went to the schools ahead of the day with small groups of our students. We first introduced the topic to the other students with song and posters and recycled work from our school and other schools. Then the students were asked to make a drawing each on how to help reduce litter in Sangklaburi. The students were also asked to write a line or two about their feelings towards littering.
The winner drawings would get some prize and also be printed as posters to be hung around the village. This is still in the process as is an environmental booklet to be printed soon. The booklet will include over 100 best drawings of the students and their quotes. The title will be “Children voices on littering.”
I hope this booklet can be sold at book shops in Bangkok besides being distributed to all the schools in the area and that it can bring about more awareness on littering and that each individuals contribution to reduce, reuse, recycle and refuse counts.