Each year there is an international gathering in Davos, Switzerland, called the World Economic Forum and it meets to discuss economics and commerce, which its members consider to be at the core of human wellbeing. In contrast in Reykjavik, Iceland, in April of this year there was another international gathering called the Spirit of Humanity Forum which met to explore love and compassion as the core of human wellbeing.

The Spirit of Humanity Forum first met in 2012, when some one hundred leaders and practitioners from thirty different countries met to affirm the place of human values in their ...


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