“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 by the contemporary Greek poet and philosopher Dimitris Kakalidis
Poetry that touches our soul and our divine essence; that moves, inspires and uplifts us.
London, 9 September 2018 – Omilos Eksipiretiton (The Servers’ Society) invites poetry enthusiasts and not only, to a poetic evening at the Hellenic Centre, Marylebone, London W1U 5AS on Thursday 11th October 2018, from 7:15pm to 21:00pm.
Poets, authors, and the public alike are welcome to join us in the reading and discussion of “Logos the Third”, the final book of the poetic trilogy by the contemporary Greek Poet and Philosopher, Dimitris Kakalidis.
Passing through the narration of the entire miracle of Creation, the poet Dimitris Kakalidis leads us to the last stop of the journey, where he delves into the experience of inner freedom and of union with all beings and with the entire Life.
Presented in English and Greek, the evening will see us follow the poet, through his words, in showing that people can reach inconceivable heights and come to realize the grandeur that exists within them and within all Creation.
Admission is free but guests are encouraged to book in advance via email at email@example.com or telephone on 07960 797 435.
About Omilos Eksipiretiton
Founded in 1980 in Athens, Greece, Omilos Eksipiretiton is a non-profit society, a school of thought and action that teaches a contemporary and living practical philosophy, originating from the Socratic “know thyself” and extending in every aspect of our lives. Through acquiring a new perspective of ourselves, others and life as a whole, we are taught the High Art of Life and thus we learn to fully live and experience all things, overcome all difficulties and express freely our inner potential to be well.
Amongst its many activities, Omilos studies, delves into and learns from poetry all the great meanings of life that poets convey through the essence of their poems.
For more information, please visit http://en.omilos-eksipiretiton.gr