September 25, 2015 – Torre Annunziata, Pitagora-Croce’s high school
If on one side technology and science have made big steps forward, we cannot say the same of our consciences and our awareness.
The result of this lack of progress is originated by an increasingly common selfishness, caused by difficulties in relationships, wars, widespread violence, poverty and fear of living.
September 26, 2015 – Marina di Vico – Hospitality Vico Equense’s Authorities and Schools
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Welcoming is not opening the door of your own home, but is a spirit, an inner attitude. Is taking the other within yourself, also if it is bothering and subtracts safety, it is worrying about the other, being careful, help him find his place in the society.
Miami, July 9th 2015 – Miami Project, Lois Pope auditorium
For this reason I want to express deep gratitude to the University of Miami, who welcomed me warmly and shared with real interest my project and, in particular, i feel to express my gratitude to the Professors Camillo Ricordi and Dalton Dietrich, Scientific Director of the Miami Project, one of the largest research . . . →Continue reading
Genoa, April 23th, 2015
Hall of Honour of CONI Ligure – Speakers Conference:
E. Guglielmelli, A. Cimaglia, S. Cimmino, A. Spataro, M. Bornia, F. Tassara, M. Di NIcola, M. Corti
I would like to express my gratitude to all those who were close to me with their affection and their support during all these years. I want to say thank you to those who shared and will continue – I am sure – to share my battle: for a world without barriers and borders.
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8 marzo 2015 – Roma, Circolo Canottieri Aniene
We are living in the era of moral prostitution, in which the inhumanity goes forward. This happens because the political and social forces, that should have opposed, have however given up any project to build up a society without exploitation of man by man. These political and social forces have accepted the law of the jungle!
Each person marked by physical or cognitive difficulty experiences a kind of existential advent, and the expectation of liberation that will become manifestly evident, for him as well as for everyone, only at the end of life. Without an efficient society, this expectation can be tinged with frustration and despair.
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