Global Ambassadors

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Artistic Practices for Social Change

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Theory comes from practice—feeling comfortable with the unknown, with humility and compassion, in a very, very complex world ~ Alain […]

The Spiritual Foundations of Activism in the World Today

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If the urge to satisfy desire is the basic urge of the form life of men, the urge to serve […]

An Integral Worldview

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In 2011, while studying for a master’s degree in Integral Theory at John F. Kennedy University, I started researching businesses […]

Kosmos Global Ambassador Report from Australia

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Connecting with Kosmos In 2008, I spent some time at Pearl Beach with my very dear friend, Jan Lee Martin, […]

Kosmos Global Ambassador Project

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Hello, I’m Shahzor Ali Memon. I’m just a typical teenager who has high hopes and new ideas to create a […]

Getting to Know the Neighbors

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Living Earth Television's (LETV) work is introducing neighbors around the world through documentaries, and I do that with film and with Kosmos Journal. The pages of Kosmos are often so rich and dense that I need to pause frequently when reading and viewing to just absorb the tumble of recognition, ideas and appreciation they generate. Documentary films often offer me the same richness of experience, insight and connection.

Why I am a Kosmos Global Ambassador

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I learned about Kosmos and the spirit of Creating the New Civilization for the Common Good from another Kosmos Ambassador. I am deeply interested in the common good of humanity and all living entities on our earth.

Kosmos Ex-Post Ambassador: A Testimony

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Most of my professional career was spent on assignments outside of Europe. I have worked mostly in the development field, mainly for the European Union of which I have been a civil servant for the last three decades. Besides diplomatic functions associated with the job, I also remember a life made of packing and unpacking from house to house in ten countries and four continents. Traditional diplomacy was a necessity. However, sense-making and learning from the ground appeared more efficient—and more enjoyable—than toasting with dubious political benefits. Diplomacy was born on the understanding that it is wiser to listen rather than to eat the messenger, so there was no risk for me!

Kosmos Goes to Mustang: The Cutting Edge of a New Civilization Greets Ancient Buddhist Wisdom

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The Kingdom of Mustang, one of the last remaining sanctuaries of ancient Tibetan Buddhist culture, is located on the north-central border of Nepal and Tibet. From September 15 to October 1, 2010, a small group of trekkers will follow the ancient trails of trade marked by mani walls, chortens and monasteries on our way to Lo Manthang, the walled capital of Mustang, where the King of Mustang continues to reign over this tiny Tibetan Buddhist kingdom.

Kosmos Global Ambassador Program

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Kosmos is pleased to announce our Global Ambassador program, a new outreach to educate and empower people to become socially engaged for the global common good. This small but growing group of volunteers—all international travelers in their careers—use our journal to start conversations and inspire others to contribute to the global commons movement. Much more than magazine distribution, this program is about sharing the hopefulness of a new world community. As you will see below, Ambassadors serve in their own unique ways, wherever their paths go.