Friday, September 7, 2012


contrary is a "quiet" revolution to the past ones where an overflow of noise, crisis and chaos wrestles with your mind, heart and soul. It's not surprising that this revolution calls forth not just the few selected individuals, but all of humanity &...


it was launched after GENFEST 2012 because 

the story doesn't end, it's making history...

Commit YOURSELF because I along with millions others want to live for a revolution that we can call one another brothers and sisters, where universal brotherhood invades every corner of society in economy, politics, communication, sciences, sports and etc. For more: Click here

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Day 3

this story doesn't end, but it's making history
and we're part of it!

young people of different backgrounds, religions, cultures, generations, social class testified to the building of universal brotherhood as the deepest longing of humanity
and worth living for-living for something greater.

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Day 2

the sight of Egyptians waving their flags high in the air while the Palestinians danced in a circle would make you believe that we are living for a UNITED WORLD.

Day 1

"The story only has meaning when it makes history and you have come to do this." -Tamas Ludacs

the moment has arrived to unite all nations, share a taste of your own culture and believe that a universal brotherhood is the deepest longing of humanity!

Friday, August 31, 2012

it's coming

LAUNCH: Inauguration of the Universal Brotherhood Site at the Elizabeth Square in Budapest!

a message of the Golden Rule dedicated to GENFEST!

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Day 1

The way I numbered my days had meaning to me, but probably made you question why?
Well I’ve been writing about my experiences related to Israel-Palestine, specifically the “Coexistence in the Middle East, the name of the summer course that drew me to live, study and experience Jerusalem. 11 was the number of classes we had as each day seemed to leave me questioning more because the situation grew in complexity. However it wasn’t until the end that I pieced the puzzle together, where I realized the answer I knew all along.
Before I say the answer, I’ll start with the question.
How can these two people- Israelis and Palestinians- find peace?
This question led to different opinions and beliefs as I searched for the answer from the outside, but the real answer I found within my own experiences.
Within every experience I’ve encountered persons,
Each person I’ve encountered either an Israeli, Arab, Christian, Jew, Muslim,
I’ve tried to love as a friend, a neighbour, a brother and sister.
I knew the answer all along because peace is possible not just between Israelis and Palestinians, but actually it is the deepest longing of all humanity and the only reason why I along with 12 000 other young people from around the world will amplify at GENFEST 2012 that 
only LOVE can change the world. 

Friday, August 24, 2012

Day 2

Yad Vashem Museum

 To speak is to liveshared by a Holocaust survivor, when I visited Yad Vashem-Holocaust Memorial Museum.   Those words caught me off guard as living is speaking. However in the circumstances of the Holocaust, an injustice-
To speak is to live.
This Holocaust survivor shared living in “6 years of hell” because he kept silent of his experience, but he ended his story rightfully with saying that to make the world better, we must try
To love one another

That was the first time I visited the Holocaust Memorial Museum, it was to simply understand the foundation of the State of Israel, which 5 million Jews were displaced after WWII. Hearing the testimonies of the survivors and seeing the vivid images of the brutality and torture made me imagine the experience of the Jewish life during the Holocaust. I was determined to return again and I did so with my friend- a Palestinian. If you have understood my previous posts, this would be surprising because for Palestinians to understand how the Holocaust led to the State of Israel is to recognize their homeland “Palestine” being dissolved by Israel. Despite this fact that most people at the museum were either tourists or Jews, my Palestinian friend expressed her desire to share this experience with others-other Palestinians that is in hopes of being able to better understand the “Other”(Israeli).

Understanding is being educated.
and Education is the most powerful weapon which can be used 
to change the world. -Nelson Mandela