Anticipate the difficult by managing the easy.
 - Lao Tzu

Upcoming Event


12 - week course

Wisdom of East & West

The first part of this course is dedicated to 12 fascinating world philosophies that have so much to say to us about the science of the soul, mysteries of the ...



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 www.newacropolischicago.org
 www.newacropolismiami.org
 www.newacropolisphoenix.org

 For locations around the world, see "About Us"
PHILOSOPHY - CULTURE - VOLUNTEERING
Philosophy
New Acropolis Cultural Association in Miami is dedicated to helping all people in the Greater Miami Area live more meaningful and thoughtful lives through an active discovery of the world's wisdom through cultural, philosophical and artistic traditions.
Culture
We aim to help move society towards greater degrees of self-knowledge and social responsibility through the promotion of philosophical knowledge, eastern and western wisdom, and culture.
Volunteering
We believe that a life inspired by the world's wisdom will naturally seek out ways to support social efforts in the world which serve the needs of human beings, spreading tolerance, fraternity, and unity.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
"Understand that every man is worth just so much as the things are worth about which he busies himself. "
- Marcus Aurelius
NEWS
New Acropolis Miami will be in Wynwood!
Would you like to know more about Philosophy, Culture and Volunteering with New Acropolis? Visit us at our information table on NW 2nd Avenue during this upcoming Wynwood ArtWalk.
This month we celebrate...
Giordano Bruno was one of the greatest philosophers of the Italian Renaissance.

On February 17, 1600 in the Campo de' Fiori, a central Roman market square, he was burned at the stake, a victim of the ignorance and fanaticism of his age.
Japanese Tea Ceremony
December is known as a time of festivities, sharing and reflecting. This month New Acropolis Miami happily shares with the community a Japanese Tea Ceremony accompanied with timeless passages of The Bhagavad Gita, Marcus Aurelius Meditations and the Voice of the Silence.