35290 - New York, at the Core of Humanity

N. Lygeros
Translated from the Greek by Athina Kehagias

Beside the public library where we found various files which directly concern Humanity, as were the Lemkin records, we can observe a piece of Humanity built within New York City.
And the park which is situated on the side of the library also indicates a sample of humanism, which we sometimes forget when we are in other cities.
Here, the fact that we can think of Humanity wholly, collectively and holistically through merely a single city, it’s something significant, and it’s no accident that the United Nations came here.
Consequently, if we think about it a little more practically and effectively, we ought to understand that issues of strategy which concern Humanity should definitely if not to be born here, to be implemented here.

New York,