Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 11, 2015
The Organizacion of Tlaxcaltelcas USA, Inc. and the Friends of L. Ron Hubbard Foundation presented social betterment programs to Mayors and dignitaries from across the ancient state of Tlaxcala, Mexico who were also treated to a concert showcasing the rich history and culture of the state.
Formally opened by the Mayor of Santa Cruz, Tlaxcala, Lauro Martin Hernandez who introduced the President of the Council of Mexican Federations in the in the United States (COFEM), Sylvia Marin, who summarized recent changes on the conditions of Mexican immigrants in the United States. Guest speaker from Los Angeles Francisco Sanz Polo, President of the Friends of L. Ron Hubbard Foundation presented successful social betterment programs to enrich the Tlaxcalan culture and reverse declining social conditions. The keynote speaker Abel Garcia, President of the Organization Tlaxcaltecas USA, Inc addressed attendees on the importance of maintaining ties between Tlaxcalans who immigrated to the United States and their roots in Mexico to improve social conditions.
Showcasing the culture of Tlaxcala was a presentation of the Children’s Symphonic Orchestra of Totolac of Tlaxcala who performed an interpretation of musical themes from the famed Mexican composer Francisco Gabilondo Soler and creator of “Cri-Cri”. The festivities included a special appearance of “Soles de Muhu Yumh” a children’s choir from Ixtleco singing in the ancient pre-Hispanic language called “Otomi.” The choir conquered the hearts of those at the convention center through the translation of popular Mexican songs to the ancient Otomi language which was spoken in Tlaxcala long before the Spanish conquerors appeared in America.
Francisco Sanz-Polo, President of the Friends of L. Ron Hubbard Foundation based in Los Angeles, presented programs and tools being used by communities around the world to improve social conditions. Included was “The Way to Happiness,” a common-sense guide for better living and the most widely distributed of its kind, “The 21 precepts contained in this booklet are values which are held in common by men from all races, creeds and nationalities and have been used to positively influence the lives of millions around the world,” stated Sanz-Polo.
“The Way to Happiness” is a common sense guide to better living containing 21 precepts of moral values that apply to all people of all races and nationalities. These are points such as treating others as you would like them to treat you, helping children, honoring parents, being competent and industrious, do not harm people of good will etc. “The Way to Happiness” was published in 1981. To date over 100 million copies have been passed from hand to hand in all continents and over 90 languages.