Message of Peace
From Prem Rawat’s address at Synergy University, Moscow
Prem Rawat: I would like to talk about peace. But before I can, I need to establish what peace is. Each human being has strengths and weaknesses. Now, generally speaking, we know about people’s weakness. I’m not here to point out other people’s weaknesses or strengths. But what about your strength? What is your strength? When we say, “Peace is important to me,” the first thing we think of is that peace will be made possible by the world leaders, by the world economists, by some angel coming from the heavens. What if I were to tell you that the peace you are looking for is already inside of you, that it is one of your strengths?
Last week (June 29, 2012), Prem Rawat was the keynote speaker at an event called “Notes on Peace,” held at Moscow’s nationally renowned Library of Foreign Literature. The event was co-sponsored by Synergy, Moscow University of Business and Finance (MUIF); and the Ismail Akhmetov Foundation. The Library of Foreign Literature, as well as housing five million books in one hundred and forty-five languages, acts as a center for cultural and international relations.
Prestigious Award Presented by the Mayor of the Pueblo Libre District
During a recent visit to Lima, Peru, where he spoke at two events, Prem Rawat received a Mención Honrosa, a prestigious public recognition award, from the mayor of Pueblo Libre, a district of the capital city.
The events in Lima were part of a series of public programs held in April across South America.
Excerpt from Interview of Prem Rawat by Cecilia Valenzuela, Lima
Valenzuela is the host of Look Who’s Talking, Willax TV channel, Peru
I have read that you have a greater concern for people who are in prison—and, that you have designed a system of teaching, a program of teaching peace in—for prisons. And, that is already being applied in several countries in the world.
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