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The inspiration for the Crossroads logo (created by Studio Grafico Norfini, Florence, Italy) is "Broadway Boogie Woogie" by Piet Mondrian, 1942-43, oil on canvas, MoMA New York

Crossroads theme: human affairs

Man has been given to understand

that he lives only by grace of those in power.

Let him therefore busy himself sipping coffee, catching butterflies.

Who cares for the Republic will have his right hand cut off.

— Czelaw Milosz Crossroads theme: meetings at the crossroads

When I see the heavens,

the work of Your hands,

the moon and the stars which You arranged,

what is man that You should keep him in mind,

mortal man that You care for him?

Yet You have made him little less that a god,

with glory and honour You crowned him,

gave him power over the works of Your hand,

put all things under his feet.

—Psalm 8 Crossroads theme: Memory and identity

Wherefore those many lights

That boundless atmosphere,

And infinite calm sky?

And what the meaning of this vast solitude?

And what am I?

—Giacomo Leopardi Crossroads theme: Beauty will save the world

The fairest thing we can experience is the mysterious.

It is the fundamental emotion which stands

At the cradle of true art and true science.

—Albert Einstein

CAPUZZO, Maurizio

Maurizio CapuzzoAs vice president of Global Channel Marketing at Polycom, Maurizio is responsible for developing and executing Polycom’s marketing programs and go-to-market strategies enabling partners to provide innovative solutions in the video-visual communication business.

Maurizio was VP of Marketing at IPC focused on helping the world’s top financial services firms and global enterprises to successfully and profitably meet the demands of productivity, mobility and business continuity of thousands of traders worldwide for voice, data and rich network services.

Previously, Maurizio was vice president of Channel Strategy for Avaya, where he led sales and marketing activities for its channels. He also served as Senior Director of Enterprise Mobility Marketing for Motorola (formerly Symbol Technology) and was involved in field marketing, alliance management and global accounts program management.

Maurizio serves as President of the Human Adventure Corporation, a New York (501)(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation that supports the life of the ecclesial movement Communion and Liberation, the international ecclesial movement whose purpose is the education to Christian maturity in all spheres of contemporary life.