Spirituality

Peace: A Hopie declaration of Peace. The truest and greatest power is the strength of peace … because peace is the will of the Great Spirit

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  1. Pingback: Spirituality | charles1958

    • Hi Jalal, it is a strong statement, but one that I feel is central to all the major religions. I used it as it is short and focused. Thanks for the comment, following and liking blessings and best wishes Charles.

  2. Thank you for your interest in my spirit art. A beautiful quote. Thank you for publishing it. It would seem in this endless play that we choose everything but peace. Namaste, Gretchen.

    • thanks for this comment Gretchen, I think there is to little true love, friendship and understanding in the world. We need Mandela days everyday, if we could all get past our apparent difference to our humanity and spirituality, I’m sure this world would be a wonderful place to be. Loved your blog, and definitely following, and thanks for liking mine, best wishes and blessings, Charles.

  3. You are right. Jesus said, “Peace I give to you. My peace I leave with you.” Peace seems to elude us yet its right there inside of us if we will just be still and quiet enough to feel it.

    • Pleasure Irina, thanks for liking, following and commenting, enjoyed your blog as well. This came from a little book called the Peace Bible. Best wishes and blessings Charles.

    • Hi Carol and thanks for the comment, I liked this very much, so blogged it. I am also a Baha’i, and bought a book at our national center, called The Peace Bible, and it was in it. I have always had a great admiration for Native Americans, and could never understand how such a great soul people have such a low position in their own country. Best wishes and blessings Charles.

      • Thank you for the info. It’s good to have Baha’i friends on wordpress! Yes, the state of affairs to this day with Native Americans is deplorable but when I consider what ‘Abdu’l-Baha said I am filled with hope! Have a wonderful evening, Carol

    • Hi Patrice, thanks for this comment, it always amazes me that a people that can make comments like this should be so badly treated in their own land. Best wishes and blessings, Charles.

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