"House of One invites: Haladhara Thaler"Hinduism in Europe
As part of our discussion series, Haladhara Thaler will talk about "Hinduism between tradition and modernity" with Imam Osman Örs and Pastor Gregor Hohberg. The event will be moderated by Esther Hirsch. Haladhara Thaler was chairman of the Hindu Community Berlin for 25 years and is now a member of the leadership team of the Berlin Forum of Religions.
Hinduism is one of the largest religious communities in the world, with around one billion followers worldwide. Hinduism was founded more than 3500 years ago in India. It is one of the oldest religions of mankind and is rich in experience as well as religious and cultural diversity. India is closely linked to Hinduism, but is also home to many Muslims. This religious diversity brings with it many positive aspects, but also challenges.
There are now about 100,000 followers of this religion in Germany. What makes Hinduism attractive for Europeans? On this evening we would like to talk to Haladhara Thaler about how it lives as a Hindu in Germany and what challenges the Hindu tradition brings with it. Is Hinduism practised differently in India than in Europe?
In this conversation we would like to get to know the world of faith and the spiritual dimension of Hinduism. What is meant by the cult of sacrifice and the apparent "polytheism"? How can it be located in the field of tension between monotheistic religions?
In addition, we also want to talk about the emerging nationalism in India and to investigate the question whether there is room for other truths and how tolerant one behaves towards Muslims, Christians and other minorities. In this way, social questions can also be asked: Is the caste system at all still compatible with today's Indian democratic basic order? How can the discrimination of women in India be justified?
We are looking forward to a lively exchange.
Anlässlich der Eröffnung des 13. Europäischen Kongresses zu psychischer Gesundheit bei intellektueller Entwicklungsstörung (EAMHID) wird an die systematische Ermordung von Menschen mit körperlichen, geistigen und seelischen Einschränkungen und Erkrankungen erinnert, die in den Jahren 1940 und 1941 in Deutschland ermordet wurden. Menschen in all ihrer Unterschiedlichkeit stehen an diesem Tag im Zentrum. Jüdische und muslimische Gläubige des House of One sind an dem christlichen Gottesdienst in der Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtniskirche in Berlin beteiligt.Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche
As part of the festive year #2021 Jewish Life in Germany, the installation "Adam, where are you?" by artist Ilana Lewitan has been created. In Berlin, the art show can be seen in the Parochialkirche. As a cooperation partner, the House of One itself will help shape the exhibition's educational outreach program.
Under the motto "Berlin says thank you", the ecumenical service in front of the Gedächtniskirche under the patronage of the Governing Mayor Michael Müller on Sunday celebrates the voluntary commitment in the time of the pandemic.
Once again this year, on Open Monument Day on 11 and 12 September 2021, history buffs and archaeology fans will have the opportunity to explore the history of Petriplatz and the area around it together with archaeologist and excavation director Claudia Melisch.
(the Lectures and guided Tours will be held in german!)
We invite all interested parties to discover the site and the historical past of Petriplatz as part of an archaeological guided tour with excavation director Claudia Melisch. The tour is free of charge. As always, donations are welcome!
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attack of September 11 on the Twin Towers in New York. For many years, the House of One has been calling on people to pray together for peace on this day. This year, too, we would like to come together to commemorate and pray.
The House of One presents co-host the German premiere of the documentary film of "SÌRÌRÌ - LE CARDINAL ET L'IMAM" at the Human Rights Film Festival Berlin (HRFFB). The film by director Manuel von Stürler accompanies the tremendously courageous peace work of Cardinal Dieudonné Nzapalainga and Imam Abdoulaye Ouasselegue in the Central African Republic, torn apart by years of war, with the camera.