Irrespective of whether we have faith in religion or not, it’s good to be more compassionate. It makes us happier as individuals with a positive influence on our families and the neighborhood where we live.
Time is always moving on; nothing can stop it. We can't change the past, but we can learn from it to shape the future. Stress on ‘us’ and ‘them’ is a source of conflict. We neglect basic human qualities of kindness and compassion. Let’s work together to create a happier future.
Although #HumanTribe International is a secular movement / organization, and therefore represents the interests of believers and non-believers alike, such a call for unity and harmony regardless of religious affiliation is very much in line with our mission.
I would like to remind you that on 14 May, believers of every religion are invited to unite themselves spiritually in a day of prayer, fasting and works of charity, to implore God to help humanity overcome the coronavirus #pandemic. #HumanFraternity#PrayTogether
A study published by UNU-WIDER projects that coronavirus could grow global poverty by half a billion people – throwing 8% of humanity into economic impoverishment within months: https://t.co/yC8iK89s30
#Yemen is currently experiencing 'once in a generation' flooding. This comes on top of #COVID-19, conflict and other health and food insecurity crises, including a cholera outbreak. We must not lose sight of the most vulnerable in this crisis. https://t.co/MSJwxXlFHv
İbrahim Gökçek, member of the leftist music band Grup Yorum is on the 320th day of his hunger strike. He demands Turkish authorities to lift the ban on their concerts and drop criminal charges against group members. #SesiDuyİbrahimYaşasınhttps://t.co/9PuqOpQrO0