Critical Mass - Oneness
Critical Mass – Oneness

Professor Ervin Laszlo was a Nobel Peace Prize nominee in 2004 and 2005. He is a doctor of philosophy at Sorbonne University, an honorary doctor at universities in the U.S., Canada, Finland and Hungary, a professor of philosophy, systems science and futurological research. He presently resides in Tuscany, Western Italy, and lectures throughout the world. Professor Laszlo is the founder and president of the Club of Budapest, founder and director of the General Evolution Research Group, president of the Private University for Economics and Ethics of Vienna, member of The World Academy of Arts and Sciences, member of The International Academy of Philosophy and Science, member of the International Medici Academy, and editor of the international journal, World Futures: The Journal of General Evolution.

Professor Laszlo is the author of 47 books, translated into 20 languages, and the editor of 30 books, including four volumes of the World Encyclopedia of Peace. In April of 2006, Ervin Laszlo was an honorary guest at the Ashlag Research Institute in Israel, headed by Professor Michael Laitman. During this visit, the two scientists, and co-authors of the book From Chaos to Harmony: The Solution to the Global Crisis According to the Wisdom of Kabbalah, held numerous discussions regarding the future of the world and the development of an effective solution to the global crisis.

* BOOK – From Chaos to Harmony: The Solution to the Global Crisis According to the Wisdom of Kabbalah
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Critical Mass
Prof. Ervin Laszlo talks with Rav Michael Laitman, PhD about the need for a critical mass of people to affect positive global change.

Do We Have The Ability To Feel Others?
Prof. Ervin Laszlo talks with Rav Laitman about how feeling others is the mark of a higher consciousness that we need to achieve.

Altruism
Prof. Ervin Laszlo talks about relating altruistically to all people like we are one family, and that through such a change in relationships, we can build a new, altruistic civilization.

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