reviewed by Arlene Arnold
We live in a time that is threatened by war. Around the world there is a cry for peace. There are anti-war protests, peace rallies, men and women in the buff spelling out peace, and millions online praying for peace together. One name stands tall in this call for peace. James Twyman brings his musical prayers for peace to many corners of the globe that are threatened by violence. Now, along with Gregg Braden, an earth scientist, and Doreen Virtue, a spiritual psychologist, peace is explored in a slightly different context.
When is our cry for peace just words and when does this cry become a life changing, world changing experience? Praying Peace, not "praying for peace," points to this nuance of understanding. Praying peace means that we are the vessels through which peace is being formed. Praying for peace means that we have stepped back from the experience. Although we are participants, it is as if we are observing what is happening, rather than being the act of peace itself.
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