Friday, January 09, 2009

the civic annointing: a 300 AoC thing on January 16-20!

Thanks for the nice feedbackto my last articles/posts, I try to catch up with them
and also to contribute to the Tau/300 thing...Photobucket
until then today AoC announced a 300 thing on January 20 through Associated Press of Pakistan, like I said: the spirit is in the city!
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Describing the forthcoming event, Ms. Majeed said that on the weekend of President‑elect Barack Obama’s inauguration in Washington, some 300 “dynamic, committed and civic‑minded young leaders will get together to create change”, which, in the words of one of the participants, “cannot wait for tomorrow”.

UNITED NATIONS, Jan 9 (APP): A new generation of community‑based, forward‑thinking Muslims from 76 countries will meet next week in Doha, Qatar, for a “Leaders of Tomorrow” conference aimed at mobilising a global Muslim movement for peace, justice and the common good, some of its members said Thursday. “Now is the time to move towards a space where Muslims will be known as people of peace”, Rushda Majeed of Muslim Leaders of Tomorrow told a press conference sponsored by the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations Office.
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“I don’t think I have ever been at a conference that convened Muslim leaders from so many countries,” Ms. Ghafur said..."

"The conference would seek to define a role for civil society and highlight the importance of personal responsibility among all citizens, Ms. Shaikh said, stressing the importance of those issues for Israel and Palestine.

Events in Gaza testified to the exclusion of moderates(farmer: sic) from the peace process in a situation that continued to devolve and spiral out of control, she said. What had brought the young Muslim leaders together was the desire to “recalibrate the conversation” taking place in Israel and Palestine and to “make sure that the discourse globally is progressive, constructive and focused on civic empowerment as well”.

Moghul said that, to him, Muslim Leaders of Tomorrow represented “very young, dynamic, engaged, visionary young Muslims”, seeking to bring about positive change. They wished to see “a more democratic Muslim world, a more equitable Muslim world, a more dignified Muslim world, regardless of whether they live in minority communities or majority communities”. The conference would be important in establishing connections among people, allowing them “to reach across and realize that they are part of a larger community” representing the diversity of Muslim voices."

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Link to last years conference in Copenhagen
stay tuned!
farmer

9 comments:

Joyce said...

Bjorn,
I posted this on Constance's site, but not sure if you saw it:

http://faithdecadeforpeace.net/

I linked it back to World Spirit Forum.

Here's the list of participants:

http://tinyurl.com/9zwvwm

Joyce

Shem1777 said...

Israel to halt fire in Gaza for 3 hours

chatty-kathi said...

The number three is significant because the three legged stool (government, corporations and churches) is necessary for the dominionist’s goal of setting up the false kingdom of God on earth.

In Forbes magazine, 5-7-07, Rick Warren said, "The three-legged model of cooperation is something we call the P.E.A.C.E. plan."

Transformation leaders are being sought who will create a "synergy of energy." From an article at Rick Warren's Pastors.com, http://legacy.pastors.com/RWMT/?ID=21&artid=744&expand=1 we read :

"This is a time which calls for a critical mass of transformational leaders who will commit to creating a synergy of energy within their circle of influence so new level of social, economic, organizational and spiritual success can be reached. We have not, however, developed the leaders we need for this noble task. To reach such heights, we will need to un-tap the leadership potential of skillful leaders who are successfully directing various organizations and systems. Some of these men and women, knowledgeable and committed to their profession, will be the transformational leaders we need to create the needed synergy of energy.

This new paradigm of transformational leadership is not just for the marketplace but also for the local and global movement of Christ. One of the most influential movements for the advancement of the church is the Purpose-Driven model developed by Rick Warren, Senior Pastor of Saddleback Church. Leaders of Purpose-Driven churches not only are called to authentically model the five Biblical purposes mandated by Jesus in the Great Commandment and Great Commission, they depend on the seven principles of transformational leadership to create a synergy of energy within their flock."

Joyce said...

300 million strong to get bad brains to play at Obama's inaugeration.


http://www.badbrains.com/

Young Grasshopper said...

Joyce,

ROFLOL!

Couldn't help but notice the subtitle:
"Bedouin Soundclash street Gospels"

How weird is that?

MAryanne

Young Grasshopper said...

Bjorn,

Yesterday I alluded to transhumanism in my comment about the Tau theory. I said:

300 is the number assigned to the Greek letter tau.

There is a Tau Theory that has to do with perceptuomotor control .
According to Wikipedia:

"It is a theory of prospective guidance of movement. The theory deals with the purposive guidance of bodily movements, including internal movements, by means of the patterns of flow in sensory arrays and the patterns of flow of electrical energy within the nervous system."


I'm not sure if you are familiar with this guy , Dr. James Hughes, but he is very, very scary! He is a scientist in the field of transhumanism.

More info here:
http://www.changesurfer.com/Hughes.html

and also

http://www.worldchanging.com/archives/001659.html

Check out the fractalized picture of him. Fractals are used in New Age math, or sacred geometry, which also fits in with my second theory about the cosmos and the T formation in astronomy.

E said...

300 again? This time 300 Hamas operatives killed.

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1231424906921&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

Anonymous said...

Farmer... Have you ever heard of a written work called the "Rainbow Swastika"?

Anonymous said...

With all these religions of peace, I’m reminded of all those religions in the Roman Empire and just how nicely they got along under the over-arching Emperor; keep your religion, but worship Nero and all will be well!

How sweet that Saudi Arabia, is now in the vanguard of broadmindedness, Iran has no homosexuals, but I can’t help but remember “that all animals are equal, but some are more equal.”
It would seem that evolution has met another religion it can concur with: Islam has a way of reducing Jews to pigs.

Regarding threes, no mention of trinity: body, soul, and spirit? It appears that the laws of mathematics can correspond to history and human events, if not so, still very interesting.
This is just the bare rantings of an old man.

Thanks for the labor of love,
Setterman