Saturday, May 30, 2009

Rabbi Rami Shapiro on Wisdom: The Divine Feminine

Continental Airlines Promulgates Anti-Trafficking Policy

Continental Airlines has promulgated a human rights policy that protects women and children from trafficking. We encourage you to read this statement, which shows a major corporation taking a forthright, ethical position on this matter:

Continental Airlines, Inc. is the world's fifth largest airline, providing service to destinations in over 50 countries. As a global enterprise, Continental acknowledges and respects the principles contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights issued by the General Assembly of the United Nations. Continental's Human Rights Policy Statement reflects the company's commitment to conduct its business in a manner consistent with these principles and to protect human rights within the company's sphere of influence. Continental's core values and culture embody a commitment to ethical business practices and good corporate citizenship. (Click here to continue reading this statement.)

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Brookline Writers Group at Wisdom House

Rosemary Walker and Hanne Bernstein, part of the Brookline Writers group, were at Wisdom House recently focusing on works they have in progress.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Dr. John Briggs: Wisdom and Change, April 25

Western State Connecticut University professor and author Dr. John Briggs autographs one of his books for Carol Zahn after his April 25 program, "Wisdom and Change."

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Gerri Griswold, licensed wildlife rehabilitator with special emphasis on bats, discusses the ecological importance of bats to human and natural survival. Gerri is Director of Administration and Development at The White Memorial Conservation Center in Litchfield, CT. See the Center's newsletter for Summer 2008 for more information about the present concern for the bat
population: .

Wisdom House presented this program as an expression of its commitment to spirituality and the environment. Scripture says that Wisdom (the Divine) is found in nature and the cosmos (Wisdom 7:17-22). In this program, Gerri showed how even the smallest creatures are essential to God's creation.