“Echoing Word… from the infinite to the world, from the world to the human, from the human to the self.” The journey is fulfilled. A poetic trilogy of the contemporary Greek poet and philosopher Dimitris Kakalidis – 11/10/2018
Following our previous successful events at the Hellenic Centre, London, which were also presented by the tv station Hellenic TV, this October we are holding a new event titled “Echoing Word… from the infinite to the world, from the world to the human, from the human to the self.” The journey is fulfilled. A poetic trilogy of the contemporary Greek poet and philosopher Dimitris Kakalidis.
At the event we will present the work “Logos The Third” which is the third part of the poetic trilogy by Dimitris Kakalidis. We have already presented the other two parts “Concealed Lotus of Manifestation” and “Fallen Paradise Holy Matter” both at the Hellenic Centre in London, and at the Greek Literary Society and our premises in Greece.
A poetic trilogy, three stations of the humans’ journey, of every human, of the entire humankind towards the revealing of the greatness within and around them. The first stop is the narration of the Creation’s miracle; the second one is the point where the entire physical world is elevated to its true, spiritual nature; and the third stop is the poetic work “Logos the Third”, to which this presentation is dedicated. There, the human being passes into another state, deep, internal, unwavering. There, the human being sees that it is One with Nature, with the Creation, with the other Humans, with Life.
The spiritual world of Greece has stated about this work: “Once more enchanted we admired the radiant and deep Word of the Poet-Intellectual. We studied with absorbing attention its timeless content. It is illuminated in its entirety by a bright and reviving light of inconceivable spirituality and beauty.”
The presentation will be held in Greek and English.
Entry is free.
Bookings at 07960797435 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more about our previous events at the Hellenic Centre: