Apr 12 2013

Capture

Posted by 3rdadmin in News

Spiritual intelligence is essential in education because it cannot be reached to be a full human being with pure cognitive development and analytical processes. When spirituality is lived it is entered into an unconditional dimension, it is the place of the total true sanctioning and end. It is a direct experience of oneness with life, absolute love and fraternity. I have to live the spirituality, feel consciously, touch my heart, my essence, experience the thrill and transmit it to other human beings. Creativity and human imagination is truly inexhaustible resources in our new unlimited equations, only by the social capital that invests in developing responsible, and awake citizens whose skills will contribute to a new evolution of societies and humanity in our era. The ingenuity and skills of human beings and their skills to develop activities such as crafts, handicrafts of sustainability such as recycle leaves to take advantage of creativity using the paper, example Unplug appliances and energy-saving for sustainability, in the case of the use of automobiles tune very well to avoid contamination, also in material waste with the capture, collection and recycling is achieved to different crafts that provide various services and utilization in second-hand goods that given better utilization such as lamita’s boat lamps are made, decorative boxes, etc. In the case of plastic, glass, packaging, this is a bit like contribution and improvement to the environment friendly, also with the arborization and reforestation, attention to each one of the trees in his life of development. It is necessary to have a consistent culture, this integration is needed to give way to a new culture and a new social intelligence that can confront the dilemmas more serious of our time. An example is doing work of conviction to my peers in my community, conveying my feelings, my ideas and beliefs about the deterioration of our planet and exercise actions dynamics in campaigns pro the environment and sustainability.

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