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Wisdom Thinkers Roundtable 2012
Re-Enchanting Humanity: Stories for Sustainable Future
On Wednesday, November 28 through Friday, November 30, 2012 at Syracuse University only weeks after one of the most divisive elections, and months following the Earth Summit drew competing lines on Mother Earth, we gathered to tell the stories of our civilization and search for a shared narrative to restore civility and move us beyond the conflict to peace.
“The stories we choose to tell and how we choose to tell them, determines the course of civilization.”
~ Ralph Singh, Chair, Wisdom Thinkers Network
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The End Of Poverty from Wisdom Thinkers Network on Vimeo. With a generous grant from the Odyssey Networks, Wisdom Thinkers is producing a series of shorts on the work and ideas of some of our members – The first features, Dr. Naresh Singh’s life-long commitment to alleviating poverty.
www.blog.syracuse.com | Published: August 7, 2012 By: Ralph Singh “I see no one as an enemy or an outsider, all are welcome in God’s house.” It is likely that these were some of Guru Nanak Devji’s words that worshippers at the Sikh temple (gurdwara) just south of Milwaukee were singing when someone opened fire Sunday… Read More
www.syracuse.com and The Post-Standard |August 07, 2012 By:SeanKirst Ralph Singh knows “security” is precious to most Americans. Yet Singh, a leader in the Central New York Sikh community, wonders if we forget the best way of achieving it. For three days, he’s grieved for six Sikhs murdered in a Wisconsin temple by Wade Michael Page,… Read More