This is a profoundly wonderful piece posted today on “Into the Bardo” by Terri Stewart. It is all encompassing and gracefully all embracing.
Saturday, September 7, 2013, was a call for worldwide prayer and fasting to focus on peace in Syria. I have seen many things happening–prayer vigils, personal meditation practices, marches, and communications with elected officials. We decided to offer a Labyrinth Walk for Peace at Bothell UMC in Bothell, WA in the morning. I gathered inter-faith prayers, we walked, prayed, and focused on bringing peace to the world. What follows is prayers and photos from that journey that became deeply personal for each attendant. There was a certain transition that occurred for me as I took in my surroundings and noticed Farmer Brown’s Garden. I began to see, literally, a connection between peacefulness and being fed. You will see.
Entering Sacred Space
Sufi Prayer for Peace
Send Thy peace, O Lord, which is perfect and everlasting, that our souls may radiate peace.
Send Thy peace, O Lord, that we may think…
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peace would be radical – this was our mantra 50 years ago – Vietnam. Thanks visit my blog.
You are welcome! 🙂
It is interesting to read the different prayers. I did it with delight.
It is delightful. Terri did a wonderful job of it. Thanks for your comment, Paula.