AUGUST 2012

 

 

Grace Medeiros – Montreal / Canada


There are many myths about the origin of life and about the afterlife. What is your personal view?

 

Myths about the origin of life have existed since time immemorial. These stories and legends might differ in content and details depending on the culture expressing them, but what they all have in common is that they all refer to a time when Love was abundant between all people and where life was perfect. Each myth gives its own version of this era, and very often, the myth becomes a belief. The stories themselves are of little importance, but what we can retain from them is that at some point in time, this perfect Love was fragmented, but its memory- what pure love really is- resides in every living heart.

 


 

Jose Garcia Lloret – Paris / France


You give the impression that you favor a society at its most natural. Do you really believe that we can live without laws and regulations?

 

Laws and regulations are the lowest forms of authority. Civilizations that impose an abundance of laws lose their natural state of simplicity. History has repeatedly taught us that rules of law and of good conduct, only serve to strengthen authority, and have the effect of decreasing people’s ability to think on their own- the more the rules, the less people think.  It is preferable to limit laws to a minimum to respect fundamental freedoms, both of the people as a whole, and as individuals.

 


 

Solsiree Catalan – Rancagua / Chile

 

We perceive life through the material world all the while knowing that Love transcends the material.  Is man really capable of knowing real Love, or is he condemned to perpetually re-create new illusions based on what he thinks Love is?

 

The material world is a permanent evolution, whereas Love is unchanging. Life as we perceive in the material world is a continual creative process where nothing is permanent. Anyone who wants to know real Love must then focus on the immutable. However, and this is what renders the process complicated, man experiences the world through the physical, through form, which is changeable, and thus, Love never stays in the same form, losing itself across countless variant forms. It is up to us to recognize this pure Love across or through all forms, in other words, accessing it at its very essence. It is possible to experience this Love only in a state of consciousness where we are not separate from others --- in a state of Whole.

 


 

Roula Stavrou – Nicosia / Cyprus

 

It’s clear that we’re in the universe, but it’s also said that the universe is within us. Can you elaborate?

 

The more we understand the true nature of man, the more we improve- or can better determine- our connection with the universe. The more we develop our spiritual intelligence, the more we become aware of the fact that all is connected, and the more intelligent the universe seems to us. The universe always gives back what we put in it, only it does it infinitely more.