Location: 7965 S. Priest Drive, Tempe Arizona, Tempe, US
Vedanta Volunteers will work at Feed My Starving Children, Tempe Arizona USA, to package dehydrated foods for emergency relief around the world. Feed My Starving Children is a four-star Christian charity. Vedanta Volunteers are working in the Spirit of Universal Religion. Swami Vivekananda: "Look upon every man, woman and everyone...as the children of God...serve them if you have the privilege.... Serve the Lord coming in the shape of the poor, the diseased, the lunatic, the leper, and the sinner! (Bring to them the food,) the earth, the water and the air needed. (They) will assimilate and grow by their own nature. Give up the idea that by ruling over others you do any good to them."
Location: Seattle University, 12th Avenue, Seattle, WA, United States, Seattle, US
On February 6th, Seattle University will host about 75 local religious and community leaders for a celebratory banquet and dialogue. The Rev. Dr. Michael Kinnamon, Spehar-Halligan Visiting Professor at SU's School of Theology and Ministry, and a past General Secretary of the National Council of Churches, will be the keynote presenter, kicking off our table dialogues. His topic is: “From Cooperation to Commitment: Future Challenges for Interfaith Relations”.
Location: 4 West 43rd Street, NYC, New York, US
6:30pm - Open discussion on yogic teachings
7:00pm - Yoga Asanas, sun salution and joint movements
8:00pm - Relaxation, Meditation, Mantras, Kirtan etc.
Please bring your own yoga mat, towel etc along with smiley face, loving heart and dakshina for your instructor. Make sure that your phone is off during the class time and not to have heavy meal 2 hours before the class.
Grand Master Yogi Guruji Dileepkumar Thankappan
Small group, UC
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Bio: Guruji Dileepkumar Thankappan
Guruji is a world renowned Yogi from Tripunithura, Kerala, India also known as the capitol of Cochin kingdom. His family is ancient and well respected for its Vedic knowledge of Yoga, Vedanta, Universal Spirituality, Kalaripayattu(origin of martial arts), Ayurveda & other natural self healing systems, Sanskrit, literature, art, social & cultural activities and interfaith teachings for peace.
In his yogic life journeys, he met and learned from self-realized masters, saints, honored yogis, and alternative medical doctors. Having experienced yogic life style for over forty years, Guruji lived in Himalayan caves, ashrams, and palaces as well as living under Gurukula (guru-sishya-sambradaya), and modern educational systems. He is a scholar in modern and ancient techniques of yoga, meditation and related subjects.
Guruji is an honorable guest speaker and judge in many international conferences, events, competitions, festivals and a recipient of several peace awards and titles for his yogic services to humanity. He is considered to be a new age celebrity yogi and humanitarian having multifaceted talents and a wide range of friends from homeless people he serves to diplomats. He often gives discourses and is interviewed by media around the world. His mission is to cultivate global peace and harmony through yogic life teachings.
Location: Toronto, Toronto, CA
The Toronto Area Steering Committee is pleased to announce 5 events in the Greater Toronto Area
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Location: Coco's Restaurant,, Poway, US
The Poway Interfaith Team has invited faith leaders, the Mayor and City Council, the Head of Police and Fire Services, the Poway Unified School District representative, the Chamber of Commerce and others to attend a Harmony Breakfast on Wednesday, February 5th at a local restaurant in Poway. The Theme for discussion is, "What ways can we work together to make Poway a Compassionate City?
What events, programs and activities will lend to being kind, compassionate and understanding of all people regardless of faith, color, culture or custom."
Location: Coco's Restaurant, Poway Road, CA, United States, Poway, US
For the 4th year, The Poway Interfaith Team (POINT) in Poway California, brought together the City Mayor, members of the City Council and Chamber of Commerce, the School District and members of the Police and Fire Departments along with members of 15 different religious groups, to enjoy a Harmony Breakfast and to discuss the details of Poway becoming a "Passionate City." The Mayor proclaimed Poway as a Compassionate City with a Formal Proclamation and Rev. Dr. Stephen Albert, Vice President of POINT, will keep an on-going record of all the compassionate acts in the city which are sent in to the Poway Interfaith Team.
Location: Carter Center, Freedom Parkway, Atlanta, GA, United States, Atlanta, US
Partnering with the “Faiths Against Hate” initiative of the Council For A Parliament of the World’s Religions, three Atlanta interfaith organizations (Faith Alliance of Metro Atlanta, Interfaith Community Initiatives and Neshama Interfaith Center) are collaborating to invite selected cities in metro Atlanta to embrace the Charter for Compassion and declare that they are “compassionate cities”. Once a city government signs on to the Charter for Compassion, citizens will partner with government officials to develop their city’s Plan for Compassionate Action.
On Sunday afternoon (2 to 5pm) February, 2, 2104, at the Carter Center, a metro Atlanta gathering (World Cafe format) will explore questions such as: “If metro Atlanta was a more compassionate ring of cities—what would change? What would change if “compassionate action” was to become a commonly used term in our personal and public discourse”? Participants will be invited to take action over the next two months to generate engagement and support for the initiative. A second gathering (Compassion Celebration) will be held in the Martin Luther King Jr Chapel at Morehouse College on April 3rd. We will celebrate our accomplishments and chart the course for next steps.
Location: National Merit Award House, Maitama, Abuja, Abuja, NG
Special Interreligious Assembly to Mark World Interfaith Harmony Week 2014
The Nigeria Chapter of the Universal Peace Federation in partnership with Global Educators for All Initiative are convening a special interreligious assembly, bringing together religious educators, leaders and organizations to deliberate on innovative approaches toward promoting interreligious harmony for national unification. The event will hold on February 5, 2014 at the National Merit Award House, Maitama, Abuja by 12 noon
Location: United Nations Plaza, New York, NY, United States, New York, US
On February 4, 2014, following the major renovation of the UN Secretariat and a restoration of the Golden Rule Mosaic, a Rededication will be sponsored by the Permanent Mission of the United States to the UN. This special occasion will celebrate the Mosaic, which has become a world symbol of diversity, inclusion and understanding, a true depiction of humanity together. It will be followed by a reception at the Church Center for the U.N.
The Mosaic, accomplished by a group in Venice, Italy, with primary funding from TGF and Dallas, also including contributions from businesses and individuals from about a dozen states, was given over to the US government. “The gift of the People of the United States to the People of the World,” as TGF labelled it, was dedicated in the prominent place where it was to hang in United Nations Headquarters by First Lady Nancy Reagan and Secretary General Javier de Cuellar in 1985.
The rededication will coincide with the beginning of the U.N. Week of Interfaith Harmony, a very special occasion, not only featuring US and other top diplomats and UN officials, but also including the Alliance of Civilizations, civil society leaders, the National Arts Club, the American Field Service students and leaders in New York, sponsors, and a selected group of Dallas leaders.
Location: Sedona Meditation Center, 340 Jordan Rd. Sedona, AZ, Sedona, US
The Dances of Universal Peace are moving and sung prayers and meditations, a celebration and experiential voyage into the Love, Truth and Beauty that are at the heart of all religions and spiritual teachings worldwide. These simple circle dances are all taught as we do them. Donations requested but not required.