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A Prayer for Our World

May we as humanity be guided by the Divine and rediscover the sacred purpose of our planet--to nurture and support all life and its spiritual evolution;

Let the wounds of separation and division be healed by opening our hearts to listen to the truth on all sides, allowing us to find a higher truth that includes us all;

May we learn to honor and enjoy our diversity and differences as people, even as we more deeply touch our fundamental unity;

An ancient story of Kwun - Let compassion be our guide…

Kwan Yin

Perhaps the most important reason for “lamenting” is that it helps us to realize our oneness with all things, to know that all things are our relatives.
- Black Elk

A saint (is one) who does not know how it is possible not to love, not to help, not to be sensitive to the anxiety of others.
- Abraham Heschel

This story is so old we don’t know who told it or who it’s about, except that it speaks to all of us. We no longer know if it was a “he” or “she” at the center of the story. No doubt the story has grown for every telling. But for this telling, let’s call our central character Kwun and let her be a heroine.

“Let’s send our thoughts of love and gratitude to all water in the nuclear plants in Fukushima”

Global meditation: March 31st, 2011 (Thursday)
12:00 noon in each time zone

Masaru Emoto, author of Messages From Water Please has called for all concerned to send your prayers of love and gratitude to water at the nuclear plants in Fukushima, Japan!

TAKE ACTION FOR JAPAN - Emoto Peace Project: To All People Around the World
http://emotopeaceproject.blogspot.com/2011/03/to-our-friends-around-worl...

Waters of life need our love and blessings…BD

Compassion

"Compassion accepts others as they are. One who thoroughly realizes compassion no longer sees any separation between self and others. Compassion is the wholesome and spontaneous response to all situations."
—Tarthang Tulku

How does the Urantia Book align with Bailey's teachings

I am working on a book, Heaven Is Not the Last Stop by Sheila Keene-Lund, who is a long-time Urantia student. As I review her materials, I wonder if there are any people who study Bailey or ancient wisdom and have studied Urantia. I find similarities in the material and an open to seeing what others think.

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