message of peace
Peace has a way of growing. The seed of an idea, planted by Prem Rawat two years ago at an international peace conference, is continuing to bear fruit.
Angelo Ditta, human rights consultant to the Mayor of Mazara del Vallo in Sicily, announced that the city’s educational institutions and other cultural associations will be organizing a Day of Peace to be held next spring in collaboration with the Percorsi Association, an Italian nonprofit that seeks to promote peace and human dignity in institutional and cultural circles in Europe, and TPRF.
Prompted by attending a Global Peace Initiative conference in Barcelona, TPRF volunteer Tony wanted to do something in his hometown of Dublin to raise awareness of Prem Rawat’s message of peace. His first inspiration came from watching a video of Jeremy Gilley, founder of the international Peace One Day initiative, interviewing TPRF founder, Prem Rawat.
Peace Day is taken seriously by the district of Streatham in South-West London. For the past few years, The Little Big Peace Event has marked the occasion with a week-long festival filled with community-based events promoting a culture of peace.
Voices for Peace, held on 15th September, was a part of those celebrations. Invited back for a second time to the Little Big Peace Event after the success of the previous year, Voices for Peace combined music with Prem Rawat’s message – a winning combination!
Ma’am, yes, ma’am! Sir, yes, sir! Marching up and down. Military style discipline. It’s daily life in a Boot Camp at Lowell (Women's Prison) Correctional Institute, Florida. But inner peace can be discovered in any place, at any time, as several young women discovered, when they chose to attend a new course that was offered at the facility.
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