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II Humanics Spring Festival 2021: Tuesday: April 06: 10:00-20:30: Finnish Church in London: 33 Albion Street: London SE16

10:00-20:30

|| Humanics Spring Festival 2020: Monday: April 06: Rescheduled For Spring 2021: Tuesday: April 06: 2021 ||

|| Friday: March 13: 2020 || ά. Under the fast-developing events around globe, including, London and the UK, caused by the spread of the Chinese Corona Virus-COVID-19 and how it all impacted the normality of life, Regine Humanics Foundation Ltd has no other option but to decide to reschedule the II Humanics Spring Festival 2020, due to take place on Monday, April 06, from 10:00-20:30 at the Finnish Church in London, 33 Albion Street, SE16 7HZ for next spring, 2021.

This has been decided with great disappointment but, it could not have been otherwise under these unprecedented circumstances. Public safety is of paramount interests. The Foundation is disappointed but hopes that the Festival in next spring will bring in people from all walks of life to celebrate our humanity. The II Humanics Spring Festival will now take place on Tuesday, April 06, 2021, 10:00-20:30; hopefully, at the same venue.
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II Humanics Spring Festival 2020: April 06: The Finnish Church in London: 33 Albion Street: London SE16 7HZ

Join in with stalls: books, art, craft, foods, drinks, antiques, with information, products and services: performers, poets, authors, singers, musicians, community theatres, choirs, bands, community and all other organisations and anyone or any agency seeking to promote their work, information, products and services: come join these all-day celebrations of all things humanity in reality.   Contact: reginehumanics @reginehumanicsfoundation.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Humanity is found in individuals, families, networks of families, communities, agencies and organisations, created by, with and run by and for humanity all of whom and all of which can not but exist in time and space or in reality, that is found and seen in the individual, social, cultural, familial, communal, artistic, economic, political, jurisprudential, academic, sociological, newsmedia expressions or social discourse and spiritual spheres, that exist in that reality of a civic society. This humanity can not exist outside or without that time-space reality. The entire range of machinations, mechanisations, manipulations, directions, dictations, herding of this humanity, advancing dehumanisation of humanity by the entire range of distorteddia conglomerate are threatening this very humanity because their all-out assault is directed against this reality, this real existence of all forms, manners and expressions of humanity so that reality has been falling apart: despite that fact that people are 'hooked' onto 'the net' they are most disconnected from each other and all others and, thus, more and more from that very reality, from that time and space and, thereby, all forms and expressions of humanity are fast becoming most powerless, most helpless, most isolated, most disempowered, most disconnected, most disjointed, most disenfranchised because they are no longer as strongly connected to that reality with the life-enabling, life-sustaining and life-nourishing strength of the human connectedness, human relations, human bonds and human kinship so that we are fast becoming sand-grain-collectives formed of weakest of individuals, in families and in communities and individuals are becoming weaker every day as families get to become the same, which threaten the strengths of the family networks, which severely malnourishes the sense and life of communities and that, ultimately, eats and erases away the social cohesion and civic society begins to choke away, choking our entire human existence. No one seems to be bothered about this and there are people, who have the audacity to say things like, 'the future is here and you better get used to it' kind of gutter-rubbish. If, we cease to exist as humanity, because we have been utterly, comprehensively and irreversibly dehumanised, than, what do we become and what do we exist as and for? What good is it, this non-human existence? A novelist, writing in Baangla language, Sharat Chandra Chatterjee, can be seen as the Charles Dickens of Baangla Literature, expressed it all those years ago beautifully and, we paraphrase him here, in which he raised the question of existence: the giant dinosaurs had got extinct but the cockroaches have survived: the question is this: is survival the ultimate yardstick to measure existence? What is surviving and what does it exist as in this survival? Dehumanisation transforms humanity into the exact opposite of what it is in which, instead of seeking to exist as humanity naturale and striving forever towards civic societies under the rule of law dehumanised humanity becomes the vehicle, system and apparatus of establishing the sociology of evil in jingoistic jungles where monstrosities become the norm. Humanics challenges these dehumanisations and Humanics Spring Festival is our efforts to try and bring humanity together in reality in real space-time to come together, sit together, interact and connect and converse to relate, to bond, to form and create human relations so that we all learn from each other about our very humanity. It is new and it invites your involvement and participation and it needs visionary people and organisations to rise up and come forward with support. Join Regine Humanics Foundation Ltd and let us begin our fight back against dehumanisations, machinations and manipulations. Humanity must rise to fight off these monstrosities of dehumanisation and celebrate our humanity and strengthen it: strengthen it, this humanity as individuals, as families, as network of families, as communities, as agencies and organisations and as society. Regine Humanics Foundation Ltd

 

 

The First Humanics Spring Festival 2019: The First Regine Humanics Lecture 2019: Saturday: April 06: The Beginning

 

 

|| Monday: March 09: 2020 || ά. The First Humanics Spring Festival 2019 and the First Regine Humanics Lecture were going to take place on Saturday, April 06. The promotional materials, leaflets and posters etc, were distributed to as many places and spaces, community bases and cultural spots around Central London; press promotion went on, people were invited, a souvenir was published. A venue had been booked. Dr J Everet Green with his wife, Mrs Zay Green booked the tickets.

However, the Organiser was getting severely impacted by the sudden worsening of his health while at the very last moment, the venue changed its mind and cancelled the booking for no reason whatsoever! It was an absolutely unacceptable thing; except, it was done at the very last minute. Therefore, there was not, even, enough time to announce a cancellation because everything was done. Though, we had to announce ‘cancellation’ because we had no venue while Dr and Mrs Green were on their way to London.

Therefore, we celebrated the First Humanics Spring Festival 2020 and the First Regine Humanics Lecture 2020 as best as we could without a proper venue as such. We gathered about at the Café Nero at The Cut at Waterloo and began a ‘tiny spring’, that will keep on growing. This year, at its second appearance, which is, almost, feels like, as, if, it is the second appearance of the first to make sure that it has begun! The First Humanics Spring Festival did take place, in a small but meaningful way, on Saturday, April 06 and Dr Green presented his ideas of what he was to speak about and we have all the literature to go with it. We can not count the event, even, it could not have begun the way it was hoped, worked for and expected to do.

Here we present a few memorabilia and images for the readers. Welcome to the beginning of Humanics Spring Festival 2019. Invited all are to the Second Humanics Spring Festival 2020 and the Second Regine Humanics Lecture 2020 on Monday, April 06, at the Finnish Church in London, 33 Albion Street, London SE16 7HZ. It’s an all-day Festival, 10:00-20:30, which will end the festivities with Regine Humanics Lecture.

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