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The Butterfly Effect - Everything Matters

5th and 6th April, 2015. Bali, Indonesia.

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What Speakers Say...

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"It is extremely essential for the women to be educated, to be employed, to be treated as human beings, where every women is given a right to live her life with dignity, the right to live her life in peace and the right to live her life in such a fashion that she can encourage others to treat everyone as equals and to provide such opportunities to men and women alike."
"I am proud to express the courageous efforts that the women of my country have made. Today the Afghan women with support from international partners, despite challenges, for example tradition, poverty and illiteracy, play their role in creating and coordinating global, regional and local relations."
"Dharma ( Righteousness) is the protector and it is our duty to protect the dharma, it is what should be the motto and that is the only way we can all resolve the conflict and make a harmonious society."
"We should remember that we couldn't make any change by using violence. Violence leads to more violence. Society itself should be open to the change and necessity of their implementation."
"We are in our own ways empowered - we are in our own ways representing different sections of the society; we have in our own ways crossed hurdles to reach where we are today."
"I say that the leaders must have personal goals and goals for the world. When they are in harmony it begins to be possible to solve social challenges.We as women need to be connected is the real objective that we should have in the world if we want to fight for women rights."
"Inner peace is requisite for outer peace. Inner peace is our responsibility and our chance. The more we discover our true human nature the stronger will be our inner peace which is the essential dimension for happiness."
"Happiness and fashion go hand in hand together.One thing that never goes out of fashion is happiness"
"Each one of you can also bring harmony- in your choice of words, in the choice of how you respect people, and if we do that, each one of us gradually, can change the world."
"I believe in sharing and giving joy. I think humour is also a very positive sense of freedom. The basic ingredient of humour is inner simplicity."