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The Mother and Welcoming Volunteers

In an interesting interview with Dominique from AVIS (see: www.auroville.org/education/avis/avis.htm) we can hear what are the difficulties they face to accommodate the flow of volunteers coming to Auroville on regular bases. As it seems Auroville, although it welcomes all the volunteers from all over, is not properly prepared for them. Luckily here are people as Dominique at AVIS who are dedicating lots of their time and energy to make volunteers welcome, and their needs meet. At Savitri Bhavan today – on the anniversary of the Mother’s passing we can visit her chair from 9am to 6pm, and at 7pm we can see the film “The Mother – Darshan Photos”.


Comments: 0 Date: 17 Nov 2010

Darshan Photos

Tomorrow 17th of November is the anniversary of the Mother’s passing, and in Savitri Bhavan int Hall for Concentration will be the Mother’s Chair. In the evening we can see a film The Mother Darshan Photos, prepared by Tatiana from photos by Sudha Sundaram. First of 4 concerts of New Creation Choir conducted by Laurent will be held tomorrow at New Creation Music Room at 6.30 pm. The Festival Research, Evolution and Experiment Group inviting all to a first meeting about Cristmas Fair at Youth Center on Saturday at 3pm at YC.


Comments: 0 Date: 16 Nov 2010

Voices of the children

The news today features a telephone interview with Laurent Hirsch visiting Auroville again from France talking about his enthusiasm for the voices of the children singing, which he first encountered 2 years ago at New Creation School. Laurent will conduct the New Creation Choir in a series of concerts running Wednesday through Saturday. Also in the news diverse announcements ranging from Odissi Dance, motorbike repair, and two films.


Comments: 0 Date: 15 Nov 2010

More Awareness on Land and Sea

The news today features land and sea and the sand connecting them: the beaches. A second beach erosion meeting held at Quiet last week focused on the urgent need for action and for joining forces, beginning with re-constitiuting an Auroville Coastal Group. Secondly to establish clear facts, and long-term as well as short-term objectives, beginning with the fact that the sea-erosion of Tamil Nadu’s beaches is caused by the Breakwater of Pondicherry’s harbour, which is due to the constructing of the many groynes in the Pondy territory, all of which block the natural flow of sand. See: www.slideshare.net/Pondycan/pondicherry-tamil-nadu-beach-erosion-presentation.

And on the land: Sadhana Forest, a sustainable community involved in the planting of 70 acres of land with Tropical Dry Evergreen species, invites anyone willing to work.


Comments: 0 Date: 12 Nov 2010

Shortage of offers

In the short interview with Joseba from Housing Service he talks about new project Maitreye 2 for 27 staff units. As he told us, is still nor clear for whom those units will be, and right now they posted an announcement to get the proper builders and contractors. The fact is that in the city we are in shortage of offers for housing. In so far community didn’t founded none of the existing projects yet. For 300 newcomers we got only about 35 40 units available. In Cinema Paradiso we can see tonight French movie LAISIR DE CHANTER, and tomorrow at Bharat Nivas CAPATAINE ACHAB, and Ecol film Club at Saddhana Forest is continuing with interesting BBC series.


Comments: 0 Date: 11 Nov 2010

Guests in India

All Aurovillians that are not original from India know very well the names RRO and Residential Service. But, how many of us really know what they do? In the interview today, Arnout, from the Residential Service, explain us what are their main responsabilities, challenges and how are they relationship with the RRO and with Auroville community. He shares with us details of the work made by a very competent team witch also includes Uma, Rosalba among others. And tomorrow, Thursday, Verite will have an afternoon/evening full of activities for the body and the soul.


Comments: 0 Date: 10 Nov 2010

Blessed rain

Monsoon Tuesday day with rain on and off, but life in the city goes on, with more or less already scheduled routine of classes, movies at Cinema Paradiso, workshops…and today we can see at 8pm a German movie The Family Jewels, and tomorrow an interesting documentary Touch the Sound about Evelyn Glennie, who is nearly deaf. She’s focused on percussion instruments, and she developed ability to feel the sound trough her body. The meeting of Governing Board and International Advisory Council will take place on the 26th trough 28th of November, and with topics we can turn in writing to the Working committee.


Comments: 0 Date: 09 Nov 2010

Throw it Away? Where is Away?

Today’s news features Andi interviewing B on the multifaceted topic of waste.Formerly un-recylable waste was dumped into a landfill, now no longer an option as that land is no longer part of Auroville. B addresses the current question surrounding throwing something away: just exactly where is ‘away?’ Part of the answer, as always, concerns the raising of our consciousness around what we think we need thereby generating waste.


Comments: 0 Date: 08 Nov 2010

Inner Light

In the Hindu religion Diwali is the most important festival of the year and is celebrated with families performing traditional activities together in their homes. Auroville community will celebrate tonight with common dinner at Solar Kitchen, and cultural program afterward. Everyone are also invited to join Diwali celebration tomorrow at Upasana to share joy and light. Beside that we can see Savitri Soul for Any Age, a theater play at Bharat Nivas by The Young Flame Theater Company from Udavi School at Edayanchavadi village


Comments: 0 Date: 04 Nov 2010

65% of waste is pick up

In the series of seminars about sustainability presented by Living Routes and Auroville Green Center on 11th of November Ing-Marie and B were talking about waste. Lots have been done in last few years and awareness of ecology is rising, so in Auroville 65% of waste is pick up by Eco Service. But Eco Service itself is still facing many challenges – from inadequate infrastructure, insufficient funding, lack of strategy to work as a unit, and receive some funds from the city. Right now the most important, and urgent need is land because there’s no adequate landfill for the waste that it cannot be recycle or burn, and need to be land filled.


Comments: 0 Date: 04 Nov 2010
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