Magna Fraternitas Universalis, Canada: COOPERATION, A NEW WAY OF LIVING THAT WILL CHANGE OUR SOCIETY

 

MAGNA FRATERNITAS UNIVERSALIS- CONFERENCE: COOPERATION, A NEW WAY OF LIVING THAT WILL CHANGE OUR SOCIETY

"We are shaped in a civilization that is not made to our measurement, which makes us perish and that it perish with us. Let us leave these manifestations to drown by themselves, without us..."

The Great Messages, Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière

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Hamilton, Canada- On May 4th, 2012 delegate members from Chicago, USA,  arrived to the Greater Toronto Area, for various activities, which included the magisterial conference: Cooperation, a new way of living. Esteban Correa, U.S delegate member of the Magna Fraternitas Universalis, along with Ivan Romo, Canadian Delegate member of the Magna Fraternitas Universalis appropriately worked and spoke together for this very relevant lecture. 

Cooperation is something proper to the new times, the new era of Aquarius, in which we live in. Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares and Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière  talk about this as a period  of coordination, an Age of Union, an Era of Cooperation and a time of Fraternity.

True cooperation amongst one another becomes crucial under these times of great materialism and individualism. To learn more about cooperation we need not look to far as it is can be observed in nature. Animals such as chimpanzees have been shown to cooperate together for a common goal. Even the cells within our body cooperate to destroy deadly bacteria that enters our body, and continue to work together for the regeneration of our body. From the large to the small, what we find is that for true cooperation to occur, what becomes essential is communication, occurring at many different levels within the different animal kingdoms and social complexities.

Many more examples of cooperation where touched upon such as the Montreal protocol, as an example of cooperation at a governmental level towards the common goal of saving and regenerating our Ozone layer, the ancient civilizations within the American continent, etc. As well, the Houses of Culture of the Magna Fraternitas Universalis within distinct areas such as Cusco, have found ways to live in a cooperative matter for the common goal of  intellectual reeducation and spiritual perfectionment, uniting science, art, philosophy and didactics.

We greatly appreciate the collaboration of all our members with this event and the public, whose receptivity was one to note.

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