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Posted on Jun. 14, 2007 - 9:46 AM
Being a Peacemaker
Rick, to start, spend some time exploring our pages devoted to the spiritual practices of love and peace. Read some of the book reviews and the excerpts from the books. Especially recommended are the writings of Thich Nhat Hanh; he says peace of mind begins with mindfulness.

Posted on Jun. 13, 2007 - 4:34 AM
Being a peacemaker
Hello friends
I want to become a peacemaker. I struggle to make peace, namely with my former wife. How can i do better? There seems to be so much hurt still in my heart. What do you think?

Rick Herranz
June 13th,2007


Posted on Feb. 20, 2007 - 6:34 PM
Knitting for Peace
Knitting for Peace by Betty Christiansen is a book that I'm now reading. It's inspirational and practical with several stories of how individuals and groups are knitting for peace projects around the globe. It's something I feel I can do because I am a knitter, and I want to make a difference in the world in some small, personal way.

Posted on Feb. 11, 2007 - 2:50 PM
Peace Practices
"Let's face it. We're living in wartime. And it may always be this way. A new reality hangs like a dark cloud over every breath we take. It lingers in our consciousness like a bad dream." With those words, written in January 2003, we started a series of features for this website on how to live a spiritual life in wartime. One strategy is to consciously and intentionally practice peace. With wars raging around the globe, and an American attack on Iran being planned, now more than ever, we need to share our peace practices.



 
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