Albert Schweitzer, a Nobel Laureate was a French-German theologian, organist, philosopher, and physician. He coined the phrase “Reverence for Life”. These words came to Albert Schweitzer on a boat trip on the Ogooué River in French Equatorial Africa (now Gabon), while searching for a universal concept of ethics for our time.
Schweitzer made the phrase the basic tenet of an ethical philosophy, which he developed and put into practice. He gave expression to its development in numerous books and publications during his life. He also used his hospital in Lambaréné in Gabon (Central Africa) to demonstrate this philosophy in practice. In this month, we are giving a few of his quotable quotes.
Shri.N.Krishnamoorthy covers the topic of ‘Green Diversity’ by way of dialogue between Srimati Annapurna Duval, Shri Krish Phidal and Professor Jnani Noval. In happenings section, we have covered training programmes on Vermi Technology, Bee Keeping, Water management, Bio-methanation technology, Refresher course and Exposure visits etc.
In the wisdom section, Wolfgang Sachs, Editor of ‘The Development Dicitionary’ writes about the dilemma of the human being between Tradition and Modernity while Jean Robert, a Swiss Architect and writer of ‘The history of modern consciousness’ explains how the Development is directly proportional to the degradation of environment and finally Dr.Vandana Shiva in her usual style explains the Crisis of sustainablilty. For reading the newsletter, please click here.