Ervin Laszlo and Michael Laitman – From Chaos to Harmony

Ervin Laszlo and Michael Laitman - From Chaos to HarmonyThe wisdom of Kabbalah is a teaching about the harmony that exists in the world, nature, the Creator, and the work humanity must perform to achieve that harmony. Although this process is predetermined by nature, its realization depends on us.

My meetings with Ervin Laszlo were dedicated to the question, “What is the best way for us to change our civilization?”

Professor Ervin Laszlo was a Nobel Peace Prize nominee in 2004 and 2005. He is a doctor of philosophy at Sorbonne University, an honorary doctor at universities in the U.S., Canada, Finland and Hungary, a professor of philosophy, systems science and futurological research. He presently resides in Tuscany, Western Italy, and lectures throughout the world. Professor Laszlo is the founder and president of the Club of Budapest, founder and director of the General Evolution Research Group, president of the Private University for Economics and Ethics of Vienna, member of The World Academy of Arts and Sciences, member of The International Academy of Philosophy and Science, member of the International Medici Academy, and editor of the international journal, World Futures: The Journal of General Evolution.

Professor Laszlo is the author of 47 books, translated into 20 languages, and the editor of 30 books, including four volumes of the World Encyclopedia of Peace. In April of 2006, Ervin Laszlo was an honorary guest at the Ashlag Research Institute in Israel, headed by Professor Michael Laitman. During this visit, the two scientists, and co-authors of the book From Chaos to Harmony: The Solution to the Global Crisis According to the Wisdom of Kabbalah, held numerous discussions regarding the future of the world and the development of an effective solution to the global crisis.

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Ervin Laszlo and Michael Laitman

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4 Comments

  1. Is it true there is only one soul mate for us?  and we may not meet the soul mate in this life time? How do we know if we met our soul mate?  Everyone has their annoyances, I suppose.  How do I know some annoyances are trivial and some are a sign he is not my soul mate? 
    My parents tell me my tolerance level is too low and I will never meet that special someone.  But I also feel that had that person been my soul mate I would not think whether I am being tolerant enough, it should just flow.  Can you please shed some light on this topic for me? 
    Thank you very much,
    Jane

  2. “..   its realization depends on us”. That is a great Truth! It is good news also to read about the collaboration with Professor Ervin Laszlo as co-author with Rav Michael Laitman.Thanks for all the information and the photo.
     

  3. why does Laszlo not receive a author credit on this book? there are numerous sources in addition to the above that states he is co-author. Why maintain ghost-writer status?

  4. Maybe for now, in our universes current direction, Everyone in our world is a part of us. And our soul mates are many to whom the future holds for us. A phisical mate maybe is incorrectly thought of as a single soul mate. Maybe a phisical mate can be something simpler, Maybe more like a good friend to whom you can live with.

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