Civility Speaks podcast series dated January 11, 2021. By Robert Sachs. Discussing Civil unrest in the US Capital and the impact on the topic of Civility. Insights on how Civility can help move us forward.
Today's podcast is a discussion by Robert Sachs of Civility, civil disobedience, and the skill it takes to use this wrathful civility tool with good intention.
This is a rebroadcast of Civility Speaks, podcast 9.
A discussion of Civility and Masonry with Russ Charvonia, a Past Grand Master of Masons in California as well as President of the Worldwide Civility Council. This was a discussion on Meet Act and Part podcast of September 23, 2020.
Interview with Cassandra Dahnke and Tomas Spath of the Institute for Civility in Government on methods of restoring Civility in the Federal Government. The Interview was conducted by Russ Charvonia of the Worldwide Civility Council.
An interview with Russ Charvonia, President of the Worldwide Civility Council. Russ is interviewed by Robert Sachs. Robert is the author of the Path of Civility, Perfecting the Lessons of a President by Applying the Wisdom of a Budda.
In the 4 levels of compassion as taught by the Buddha, the first 2 are more pacifying or peaceful in nature. Civility inspired by such looks like the civility we would expect. But, there are some challenges.
This is a. rebroadcast of Civility Speaks with Robert Sachs dated August 12, 2020.
Many of us feel as though we are dealing with one shock after another - the pandemic, the environment, social unrest, political divisiveness - all presented to us by a media that prescribes to "If it bleeds, it leads." How do we step back from this assault to our senses and ability to live sanely and civilly?
A rebroadcast of the Shock and Civility podcast of Civility Speaks with Robert Sachs dated August 3, 2020.
Civility is most effective when we treat all with equity and equanimity. To do this, our words, outer behaviors, and actions need to be met with an attitude and intention free of confusion, attachment to self-serving perspectives, and aggression - the Three Poisons identified by the Buddha and all Enlightened Beings. Washington's Freemasonry taught him the same.
This is a rebroadcast of the Civility Speaks podcast series by Robert Sachs
An honest discussion of Civility and how various Masonic Youth orders view the topic. Russ Charvonia hosts a discussion with Julianna Barnes, Miss California Job's Daughter, International; Holly Winter, Member of the Grand Executive Committee of Rainbow Dean of the Grand Cross of Color and representative to CT and RI; Eddie Mendoza, Jurisdictional Master Councilor of Southern California DeMolay.
Further information on the Masonic Youth Groups can be found at the following web sites:
Presentation by Sam Roberts on his thoughts of how to use civility to become a better person and help make the world a better place. This presentation was given at a Masonic gathering in Washington state on April 23, 2020.
This is a conversation with Russ Charvonia on Civility, Masonry and how the Masonic Family Civility Project can help Masons to improve themselves. Russ is interviewed by Maynard Edwards of the Tiler's Place. This is an edited rebroadcast of the Tilers Place, a podcast of the Supreme Council of the Scottish Jurisdiction.