October 18 in the frame of the Day of Spiritual Accord, at 14:00 (GMT + 6), Nur-Sultan (Kazakhstan) will host an International conference themed: "Strengthening interfaith and interethnic harmony as an answer to modern world challenges ".
Spirituality, poetry and medicine Whereas medicine, already from Hippocrates, has the mission to protect health and defend the life of the people, independently of their conditions of race, sex, ethnic group, nationality, etc.; Poetry seeks for the elevation of life. Poetry, like other arts, each one with its language, looks for the generation of emotions. It looks for the reaction of our body to the expressions of pain, love, joy, exaltation of the nature, history, or concerning our own identity… Our body reacts with changes in its sanguineous pressure, temperature, brightness of the eyes, muscles of the face, excretion of hormones, production of tears and saliva, tension of the sexual organs, breathing… all the body. Lately we faced the discovery of the existence of endorphins that are internal substances that produce those corporal emotional reactions. Poetry, music, dance, painting, sculpture… each one, as I said, with a different language of expression, tries to stimulate our emotions and for that they look for to touch the fibers of our more intimate and deep feelings of our life. For those reasons poetry is a key value in life and medicine is a key value in life.
1. Ajmer Singh Brar (India) - correspondent of the newspaper "Ajit" the biggest Punjabi newspaper in India. 2. Armand Anthony Assante (USA) – an actor. 3. Asghar Saberi (Iran) – the chief of the Iran Cultural Center in Astana. 4. Athanase Vantchev de Thracy (France) – The Vice - President of International organization “Poets of the world”, the President of Solenzara Culture Institution, a member of Brazilian Academy, a member of Bulgarian Academy, the winner of French Academy. 5. Bawa Jain (USA) - The General Secretary of the World Council of Religious Leaders at the United Nations.