A Narrative of Love is a series of conversations with thought leaders and spiritual teachers about their understanding of the significance of love in our personal and public lives. This is being made in preparation for the 5th Spirit of Humanity Forum.
Sister Jayanti Kirpalani, European Director, Brahma Kumaris.
“Dignity and worth don’t come through money, politics, or any of the external factors, they are part of the experience of the love that human beings can feel. If I am feeling love, if I am feeling full of love for others, I hold my head up high with dignity. I am able to see others with that self-worth that allows me to have respect for myself and respect others and value them.”
Lene Rachel Andersen, Danish author, indie publisher, economist, futurist, philosopher and Bildung activist.
In this conversation she is sharing about the background to the book ‘The Nordic Secret’ which she co-authored with Tomas Björkman.
Professor Lord John Alderdice, a Northern Ireland politician and Member of House of Lords of the United Kingdom.
“When building peace we need to address disturbed historic relationships between people in communities– then-new political structures or institutions can emerge that can help facilitate better communal relationships – not vice versa.”