Journey to Wholeness
December 30, 2014 Kosmos Community News

The Fuji Declaration

By Masami Saionji and Hiroo Saionji

Almost a decade ago, the Goi Peace Foundation, together with our partners including the Kosmos Journal, launched an initiative for ‘Creating a New Civilization,’ envisioning a peaceful planetary civilization based on four pillars: Sustainability, Systems, Science and Spirituality. So, how far have we come in attaining our goals? While environmental, social and economic crises continue to bring unrest to all parts of the world, many of us are sensing that a new phase in the evolution of human civilization is on the horizon. We are connecting with one another with accelerated speed, and more and more people are awakening to what we may call a ‘divine spark’ that resides in us all.

The Fuji Declaration calls attention to the infinite potential that dwells within every human being, and reminds us that we are part of a living universe that exhibits boundless diversity yet embraces oneness. It calls on us to co-evolve with one another and with nature in a constructive and coherent relationship.

Kosmos 2015 Seed Grants

The Kosmos Seed Grant Application Phase in now closed. Recipients will be announced in early April. Applicants, thank you for your participation and all your efforts to make a better world.

Kosmos Journal: Five Most-Read 2014

What were the five most-read articles from Kosmos Journal in 2014? The answer is a click away.

Top Ten P2P Trends of 2014

By Michel Bauwens, from his P2P Foundation blog.

Michel Bauwens, a member of our Advisory Board, has created a valuable list of 2014 peer-to-peer trends, with helpful links. Peer to peer relations, is a “new form of political organising and subjectivity, and an alternative for the current political/economic order. Peer to peer allows for ‘permission-less’ self-organisation to create common value, in a way that is more productive than both the state and private for-profit alternatives. “