Our mission is to be responsive community leaders centered on learning, educating
and facilitating the practices
and principles of non-violence in our world. We encourage the empowerment of an
active citizenry and support a United States Department of Peace, a Youth Promise Act and violence prevention.
Will lead the discussion: “What do we look like when we have love in our hearts?” “What does peace look like in real life?”
as much as we might wish for others to have peace and for as much as we might attempt
to force peace on others, ultimately, we are responsible only for our inner
peace. Peace in our hearts. Love in our hearts.
we have peace within, our hearts become like a radiator of love. We radiate the
peace of love, our love for peace.
detach from outcomes, expectations, and frustrations. We accept others whether
they have love in their hearts or not. We love our neighbors. We love our
perceived enemies. We do unto others as we would have them do unto us. We
become peace, an instrument of peace.
know this conceptually. Many have written about this in songs, poems, and
literature. But what does peace within look like in real life? What do we
look like and how do we look when we have love in our hearts?
an insightful discussion of these questions at the monthly Citizens for Peace
meeting on Tuesday, February 11, 2014.
Weir, a renowned world traveler, writer, and book editor, will lead the
discussion. He will share stories of relationship challenges within himself and
with his family. He will ask you to share your stories—if you want to. Or
listen, observe, comment. Or simply be present. In whatever way you choose, be an
instrument of peace.
leave with a greater peace within, a greater peace in your heart, a greater love
to radiate to the world.
meeting begins at 7 pm at Unity of Livonia located at 28660 Five Mile Rd.
more information call Colleen at 734-425-0079.