Culture of benevolence

Abstract of my book "culture of benevolence"

1. People think in many different ways.

In relation to society there can be some structures identified as hierarchic – democratic – humanitarian. But we have to go further than that. All these structures – according to the Anima Magna culture – need to be filled with benevolence for all and magnanimous thinking for all:

"I want to live and I want, that you live.  We all care that we all exist well".

Three invitations from Jesus

Matthew’s Gospel gathers together three invitations from Jesus that we his followers need to listen to attentively, since they can transform the climate of discouragement, weariness, boredom that often pervades some parts of our communities.

“Come to me, all you who labor and are overburdened, and I will give you rest.” This is the first invitation. It’s directed toward all those who live their religion as a heavy burden. Not a few Christians live beaten down by their conscience. They aren’t great sinners. They simply have been taught to always have their sin before them and they don’t know the joy of God’s continuous forgiveness. If they meet Jesus, they will find themselves relieved.

Experience in Latin America and the Carribean

Here is ome experiences of the way our communities are living  as professionals ( intellectual) in different milieux and through the Revision of Life  Method,  the challenge of being Prophets on the borders.

1.Why to  talk about experiences of community?

- We want to talk about communities because it is the way we understand our faith or our search of living the faith in Jesus Christ.  We understand faith as a gift from God however the most effective way to keep on the way and grow in faith is, for us, a double personal and communitarian permanent process.