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CoVivre 2021 course: You can still register!

CoVivre 2021 course: Let’s think together and take action for a desirable future!

We are in a world in turmoil. The global health crisis that we have been experiencing since 2020 is an illustration of this. The increase in inequalities, ecological disorders, climate change, loss of meaning and social ties or geopolitical tensions remind us on a daily basis of the issues of the world and the challenges and threats that hang over it.

To respond to these challenges, integral ecology invites us to enter into a more peaceful relationship with ourselves, with others, with nature, and with the spiritual dimension of our existence. This peaceful relationship leads us to take a look of wonder at what surrounds us, as a starting point that allows us not to give up, not to despair, but to set ourselves in motion, to choose the action , to seek, where we are, how to act in the service of the poorest, and in the service of the challenges of ecological transition. To enter into a dynamic of integral ecology is first of all to choose a path, to think differently, to agree to let oneself be converted by connecting ourselves to nature and to others. Entering into this experience with others means trying to build a new model of society.

Faced with these global challenges that seem to elude us, how can we not give in to the ambient cynicism? How to take a lucid look at the world as it is without sinking into depression, indifference or resignation? How dare to challenge certain dominant paradigms to propose a desirable future?

These are the questions that we will explore together, in small, intercultural and intergenerational groups during the Parcours CoVivre. You have one week left to register, don’t wait any longer:

What will this new CoVivre course look like? 2 sessions of 2 hours, one in September, one in October, one in December, in small groups bringing together people from all continents. Dates set by the members of the small group. FREE.

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