The Good Mind – Nurturing Nature – Zoroastrianism and Sustainable Development

Please find attached the invitation and poster for the special webinar in the Series ‘The Good Mind – Nurturing, Nature – A Zoroastrian Perspective on Sustainable Development for Progress Together at 8am PST, 11am EST, 4pm BST, 8.30pm IST on Sunday 25 July 2021.

Passcode: GOODMIND

As I understand it Prophet Asho Zarathushtra  shows us a holistic manner of Progressing Together with Happiness and Harmony, while taking good action with the wisdom of the Good Mind to please the ‘Soul of the Universe’.  

The Good Mind – Nurturing Nature – A Zoroastrian Perspective on Sustainable Development seeks to understand this further with the help of Scientists, Scholars and Priests, who are requested to share their understanding with us.

With much gratitude to you for your kindness in helping to share the Knowledge given by Asho Zarathushtra and increase awareness of the Zoroastrian Faith in the World, so that we can achieve a Fellowship with All and with Nature.

Look forward to your kind presence at this event.

Also, kindly share as you deem suitable with all including Universities, Inter-Faith organisations.

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Abstract: The great strength of the Zoroastrian faith is that it enjoins the caring of the physical worldnot merely to seek spiritual salvation, but because human beings, as the purposeful creation ofAhura Mazda, are seen as the natural motivators or overseers of the Seven Creations, namely,sky, water, earth, plants, animals, humans and fire. As the only conscious creation, humans have theultimate task of caring for the universe. The faith endorses the caring of Seven Creations, as part of asymbiotic relationship. Zoroastrianism sees the physical world as a natural matrix of Seven Creationsin which life and growth are interdependent if harmony and perfection are to be the final goal. Thisgoal is to be achieved by recreating the primeval unity of a perfect world, unpolluted and unsullied,as was first conceived by Ahura Mazda, the Wise Lord.

In the context of the Good Mind – Nurturing Nature our panelists will share their thoughts:

Khojeste, will highlight some principles, anchored in Zoroastrian doctrine and practice, that are foundational to sustainable development when harmony and perfections are to be the final goal.

Farrokh, will relate what Khojeste shares by way of natural matrix of the seven creations to UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals and how these are put into practice by a Social Entrepreneur, Ashok Das, of SunMoksha in India.

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