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 ".
Dear members of the Presidium of the World Forum of Spiritual Culture! International Association "Peace through Culture" invites you to the online conference "Spiritual harmony - the basis of peace", dedicated to the Day of Spiritual Accord and the 10th anniversary of the World Forum of Spiritual Culture.
The main goal is to unite and rally all sitizens of Kazakhstan around common values and promote interethnic and interfaith harmony.
Monika Holvoet, Germany research in “Human rights and duties” (male/female) Ethical and evolutive Potential of the Woman within the Global Social Process In true religion, the woman is highly esteemed due to her difficult way within evolution of mankind – as a symbol of self-sacrifice and everlasting giving. Women are said to have a better intuition and ability of synthesis, thus are said to be a step closer to the higher worlds than men. During the past century, a woman still had no right for higher general knowledge; her school education was comparable to that of mentally deficient individuals. There is no religion on earth that did not expel the woman and mother from the temple during the age of patriarchy. Dogmas in this era contain irreversible statements about the inferiority of women’s nature.
Sahibzada Asim Maharvi, Chairman Chishtiya Ribbat, Pakistan The Role Sufism Can Play in Global Spirituality The moment of truth has arrived. The assumption that there is nothing beyond or behind material reality is false. The moment of truth has arrived because the culture we have built on this assumption is not working. On an individual scale it is not working. On a national scale it is not working. On a global scale it is not working. This is in fact a matter of great honor to attend and celebrate the wonderful event of World Forum of Spiritual Culture, to celebrate the emergence and the growth of the Global Spirituality Based upon and limited by the knowledge and experience of the people who form it, a culture arises and develops within a specific enviornment. A culture has many unifying factors: the cohesiveness of the people who form it, their values, the cultures in proximity to them. By its very nature, a culture itself provides an important factor in unifying and harmonizing. As a culture develops, progresses and matures, it becomes more static, more homebound, for a man seeks stability.