Ladakh (August 2014)

Ladakh (August 2014)

The English translation of a section of the book Gesù in India? (Jesus in India?) where it is reported my visit to Ladakh and to Hemis’s Monastery where, at the end of nineteenth century, have been found crucial manuscripts about possible stay of Jesus in India. Translation of full book is in process and it will be soon available in English as well. The synopsis is already available, you can read it clicking here. A big thanksgiving is...

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Friuli Evolution

Friuli Evolution

I’m very glad to share an event where is involved my friend Alfredo Broccolo, environmentalist and videographer. Enjoy your reading and, maybe, the event itself!   First Friulevolution Week: late summer dream in Friuli   A new initiative has just started in the stunning Dolomites mountains of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region in Italy, to offer a week of activities aimed at discovering our body and mind creativity and...

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Qadian, dicembre 2014

Qadian, dicembre 2014

Dopo il post sull’esperienza in Ladakh ― nell’ambito della ricerca per la realizzazione del testo Gesù in India? ― uno sulla tappa successiva del viaggio di ricerca. Precisamente a Qadian, in Punjab, nella sede storica della Comunità Islamica Ahmadiyya. Buona lettura!   E’ stato molto bello… non domandarmi dove porta la strada, seguila e cammina soltanto (Franco Battiato)   L’8 Aprile 1336 nasce a Kesh...

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Ladakh (agosto 2014)

Ladakh (agosto 2014)

Di seguito un brano tratto dal libro Gesù in India? Ho deciso di condividerlo con i lettori di Viverealtrimenti avendo come pretesto un viaggio del nostro collaboratore Mattia Confalonieri in India. Avendo Viverealtrimenti un buon radicamento in India mi ha chiesto alcuni consigli però, si sa, l’India è grande e Mattia si muoverà soprattutto sulla rotta nord occidentale, saltando Varanasi, “la base indiana” del nostro...

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La grande sfida della società plurale; intervista a Raffaella Di Marzio

La grande sfida della società plurale; intervista a Raffaella Di Marzio

Raffaella Di Marzio, insegnante di religione cattolica, laureata in Psicologia, Scienze dell’educazione, Scienze storico-religiose, membro del direttivo della SIPR (Società Italiana della Psicologia della Religione). Impegnata da anni in attività di formazione e insegnamento in ambito accademico, scrive regolarmente su riviste specializzate. È tra i collaboratori dell’Enciclopedia delle religioni in Italia, a cura del CESNUR (Centro Studi...

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What is Tamera?

What is Tamera?

“Real dialogue isn’t about talking to people who believe the same things as you.” Zygmunt Bauman I’ve been to Tamera – one of most important ecovillages in Europe – at the end of April of this current year. I spent 3 days there. It has been an interesting experience, even if I don’t agree with more than one aspect of Tamera’s approach, inspired by the taught of Dieter Duhm. Nevertheless I’ve appreciated...

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Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; for a violence-free Islam

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; for a violence-free Islam

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has been founded nearly one hundred and thirty years ago. It has soon spread from its place of origin (India) and, today, it is present worldwide, counting tens of millions of members. Headquartered in London, it is well reputed in Europe, probably because of its tolerant and nonviolent approach, explicit in its slogan Love for all, hatred for none.   Qadian is a small town in Punjab (India) with around forty...

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Jesus in India? One question, several answers

Jesus in India? One question, several answers

Jesus in India? is both an essay and a travelogue in one. It has been written in several libraries and in the field and should be available, in English translation (the original is in Italian) in a couple of months. It is the report of a journey to understand more about the “possible stay of Jesus in India”. The journey begins in Ladakh (a region in Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir), in August 2014 with a visit to Hemis monastery where —...

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