Peace, shalom, is not simply a normal…Continue
Added by mary jane miller on November 1, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Many of you know ”The Dialogue for World Peace" is a beautiful visual history exhibit, created for meditation and prayer which encourages humanity from all religions and beliefs to break free from what divides us. Its aim is to align our thinking with that of great teachers and philosophers,
Promoting peace on earth and the idea we are all one. This modern art iconostasis installation needs to be seen and…Continue
Added by mary jane miller on September 19, 2013 at 9:40am — No Comments
The other day I was watching a program about guns and how they really work. They were shooting watermelons and describing how the bullet destroys. Some bullets explode on impact, others go directly through their target, still others tear and mutilate. I am confused wondering why the manufacturing of guns has created such a fascinating industry, as sport and social behavior. Guns are made from metal, designed and created to kill. I …Continue
Added by mary jane miller on August 26, 2013 at 1:31am — No Comments
Imagine the Mystery
Imagine a world with no boarders. Imagine a world where there is no good, better and best only a desire for kindness and mercy. Imagine a world where we bless and are grateful for all that surrounds us. Imagine and eventually we will be changed in the twinkling of an eye. A new religion committed to a global culture of non-violence, respect, justice, and peace, where there is no more oppression, injury,…
Added by mary jane miller on August 19, 2013 at 10:20am — No Comments
It has long been one of my precepts to live by, that if you love God you will naturally come to love the planet. Lately this concept has been put to the test; so much of our human behavior stresses both ends of the equation. Like many of you, I feel increasing frustration with a world moving too fast, too technical and generally too much of everything.
However every once in a while we stumble upon a life style change of pure delight and magic with little effort. This happened to my…Continue
Imagine a world with no boarders. Imagine a world where there is no good, better and best only a desire for kindness and mercy. Imagine a world where we are each our own Guru, blessing all that surrounds us. Imagine and eventually we will be changed in the twinkling of an eye. A new religion committed to a global culture of non-violence, respect, justice, and peace, where there is no more oppression, injury, torture, or killing of…Continue
Added by mary jane miller on July 2, 2012 at 1:29pm — No Comments
With the Advent of yet another year, I have chosen commonality and oneness to reflect on through the year. We are a small portion of a larger picture being drawn by some unknown hand that loves us. The energy that moves through life expresses itself in a variety of ways, all with meaning and value.
Dali lama says the key to freedom resides in our ability to understand and THINK MORE, it is ignorance of self and other which causes our discomfort. He encourages us all to contemplate and…Continue
Added by mary jane miller on January 14, 2012 at 9:16am — No Comments
The universe is a pure gift of promise and possibilities and is driven by energy which is continually transforming, moving, unstable and unpredictable. Try and imagine humanity along these lines; full of promise and possibilities without control. Human energy is self-organizing in an open ended future and knows its highest bliss when we creatively harmonize with universal energy.
Creation does not actually need us. The planet is teaming with life, just look around. Are…Continue
I was curious if any of you might take some time to think of areas we might all agree on peacefully.
Add them to the list I have begun. The model here might not be exactly peaceful; perhaps the discussion could be more like a community exploration of ideas. The chosen parameter is taken as a suggestion or recommendation, so hopefully we can keep it light. Have…Continue
Added by mary jane miller on October 6, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments