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Seventh Letter to My Friends by Silo

This is a collection of ten open letters expressing Silo’s sociopolitical philosophy in a form that is both a critique and a proposal for change — it has provoked a wide spectrum of sometimes conflicting opinions. You can download the full book of letters (PDF) Destructive Chaos or Revolution Of What Revolution Are We Speaking?…

Silo Entrevistas Buenos Aires 2006

Interview of Silo in La Reja that has English sub-titles as well as other languages. If you read Spanish, you might want to see the sub-titles in Spanish if you can’t understand the words so clearly. Silo speaks about many different things such as personal change, violence, the Humanist Party, The Message, transcendence, how he…

Words on Religiousness — by Silo

In spite of the constraints that we face, there is something as soft as a far off sound, something light as a dawn breeze… and something has begun to gently open its way in the interior of the human being. I am referring to the religious sentiment and to the register of the innermost human…

Fighter for Peace, Silo’s spiritual dimension

Tiempo (Time), Journal of Argentina Published on September 21, 2010 By Pedro Raúl Noro Communications Secretary of the Tupac Amaru neighborhood organization. He was an original and unusual thinker, who dived into the depths of the heart and the mind, shaping a work whose exact dimension has not yet been well understood. Silo’s spiritual dimension…

World March Report from Berlin

On November 11 during the Nobel Peace Price Summit, the Laureates will welcome the international delegation of the World March at the City Hall of Berlin to present the “Charter for a World Without Violence“. The delegation of the march is received with their full commitment to widely disseminate the proposals of this Charter throughout…

Human Being: Intention and Transformation

By Hugo Novotny – Punta de Vacas, November 13th 2008. When speaking about Universalistic Humanism vision, we are making reference to both a special look supported by assumptions, beliefs and a cosmogonic conception; as well as to the particular way in which this vision understands the “reality”, the world around us, its history, its present…