Living in Harmony

Living in Harmony seeks ideas and practices that can inspire us to live out principles of Harmony in our everyday lives – in our families, in our communities, in our public institutions, and globally. There is also a philosophical aspect to this work, drawing on the timeless wisdom of great spiritual traditions to encourage a way of living and being that is shaped by the application of principles of Harmony.

David Cadman reflects on the ideas of HRH The Prince of Wales about Nature's principles of Harmony and the need today, more than ever, to develop a more harmonious relationship between humankind and the natural... more
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The Harmony Project’s Richard Dunne was recently interviewed for the Spirit of Humanity Forum website about his work building a curriculum inspired by Nature’s principles of Harmony. In this article, he talks about supporting young people in developing a ‘duty of care’ towards the environment and the role education... more
Harmony in Islam is the Qur’an. Let us build upon this premise, from it, and around it, as from the foundation of a building or from the centre of a radial pattern, to show how it is verified at every turn and at every instance of Muslim... more
Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg explores the presence of harmony and disharmony in Judaism, acknowledging that there is "an obvious Hebrew equivalent for ‘harmony’, the familiar word Shalom. Generally rendered in translations of the Hebrew Bible or liturgy as ‘peace’, the root meaning of shalomis... more
How does one understand Harmony and how does one seek it? As Director of The Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts, Khaled Azzam addresses a third question in relation to our search for harmony – what is the role of the artist in this search?... more