Third Impact

Archive for May 2013

Swiss Guard Peru

After the election of his successor, the union happened with Benedicto XVI. -What you can tell us that night that you were on duty when Pope Juan Paul II lay dying? Outside the Plaza San Pedro, there were television teams from around the world who settled on rooftops around the Vatican. In the square, the Romans were gathered in prayer, while at the Palace, everything was very quiet. Only authorized persons had access to the Palace to develop their official function. It was a very particular feeling of peace and silence.

-What was the most difficult moment that you had to pass as a Swiss Guard? A moment very the period of the death of Juan Pablo II and his funeral was intense. In the days of the late pontiff was exposed in the Basilica for the ultimate tribute: between 15 and 17 thousand Romans per hour entered the Basilica. -How well did the Spanish language learn? What is your stay in Peru? What other languages do you speak? I wanted to learn the Spanish because I didn’t speak it, also I liked to know and discover South America. I chose the Peru because I have two friends who live in this country, a former colleague of service, near the city of the Cusco, Member of a contemplative community, and a priest (father Lucho lamb), director of a Center for children of the street in Lima. I’m from mother-French language, in school I learned German, during my stay in Rome I studied Italian and by then I was in Ireland following an intensive English course. Peruvian treasures – what you most you like of the Peru? As I really like the history and traditions of a people, I have found many beautiful and interesting things in the Peru. I believe that a new visit will be required to better understand the treasures of the inca culture and the rich Peruvian cuisine that I very much appreciate and met in Peru.


It is what is called a crisis situation, or if you want to appear as more optimistic, birth of a new world. In the case of this precious political system called democracy oxide has piled up to the point of forming levers that trancan the actions of wheels with the consequent usurpation to people and encystment of a beneficiary class. We must organize from below. There are no prophets. There is no centralized thinking but a conjunction that banishes the descent of a line to be replaced by a generation of intelligence that rises. Continue to learn more with: Karlene Penick.

Soon Google will seem to us that today seems an old Remington. We must look to the Venezuelan society as one of agents that we cooperate exhibit intelligent global behavior. We begin to glimpse a tissue of intelligence squandered by the individualist effect that survives in this transition from one world to another. Venezuelan society of today is like a corpus callosum on which a good dose of understanding should be used. The idea of a collective intelligence is one of the predominant themes in the nonfiction investigation of our world the idea is that individual cognitive biases can be carried groupthink to achieve improved intellectual performance. It is what has been called collective intelligence.

We could also explain arguing that it can carry human communities toward a more complex order, which, obviously, would lead to another type of behavior on the reality. Collective intelligence is everywhere, is distributed. It must be valued and coordinated to take us towards the construction of a society of knowledge bases, implying, input, the mutual enrichment of individuals. If the intelligence is distributed, as it really is, amending the concepts of power and elite, and the paradigms of leadership are more broken still, of arrogance, recognize it implies now an expression of humility. Now this distributed intelligence should be subject to an action so that we begin to get the collective intelligence.