New Bottom Line 1st Annual Conference:

Peace and Security, Through “Policies of Generosity

and a Reclamation of Environmental Sanity”

 

 

Summer - 2020

We invite you to join us for an historic peace event!

Together…. Let us bring forward into every policy “spiritual principles and values of love, kindness, generosity, care.”  Let us see and treat each as sacred beings worthy of respect and dignity.  Let us all respond to the universe with awe, wonder and radical amazement.

Responding in this way, to the crisis in Gaza and other situations of conflict and oppression, we will be able to find a path to reconciliation, healing, peace and justice.  In so doing, we have to start by allowing the pain, the suffering and the sorrow of the world to course through our bodies, to move us to tears, to break open our hearts, to feel the depth of our grief… because grieving is the birthplace of healing, repair and transformation (tikkun) of self and the world. ~ Inspired by Cat Zavis, Executive Director of Network of Spiritual Progressives.

 Our Way Home Research Institute for War Resistance and Policy Alternatives-Quebec in conjunction with the peace partners, the Quebec Chapter of the Network of Spiritual Progressive.

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Network of Spiritual Progressives co-founder and director, Rabbi Michael Lerner was Plenary Session presenter, with OWHR Institute director, Isaac Romano moderating this session at the history making OWHR war resister 2006 five-day conference in the mountains of British Columbia, Canada. Here Rabbi Lerner included an important and stimulating presentation and discussion on the importance of implementing a Global Marshall Plan and

New Bottom Line, Policies of Generosity, for our world.

 

Acknowledging the traditional peoples
and territories here in Quebec and Montreal

The traditional peoples of the Montreal area are les Haudenosaunee(Mohawk).

In Quebec, we also acknowledge the Inuit, les Abenakis, les Algonquins,

les Atikamekws, les Crees, les Malecites, les Mi’kmaqs, les Innus, les Naskapis,

les Wendats and Mohawks and the Metis (les Metisses).