'Heart of Love' - the 28th World Peace Day
"Heart of Love" – the 28th World Peace Day
6 a.m. December 31, 2013, doors open at 5:15 a.m.
At Central Reform Congregation, 5020 Waterman, St. Louis 63108
Universal Faith Celebration – FREE and Open to ALL
We know that peace is an "inside job", one that begins with us, and we know that peace radiates from us when we express from the Heart of Love. Because we literally live in the Heart Center of "Turtle Island" (North America), where major arteries come together - the Mississippi, the Missouri, the Meramec - the energy we generate here is powerful and far-reaching. We know that LOVE is the answer. Please join with us to celebrate the Heart of Love at the 28th annual World Peace Day Celebration Dec. 31, 2013, 6 a.m. at Central Reform Congregation, 5020 Waterman (at Kingshighway), in St. Louis' Central West End.
Doors open at 5:15 a.m. for this Universal Faith Service, free and open to all and a potluck breakfast follows (no pork or shellfish, please). We are blessed this year to have Maggid & Songbird Georgy Rock to share story and song, accompanied musically by the multi-talented Mr. Dill. You will thrill to the soaring sounds of Robert Fishbone on shofar, gong & drum, delight in the mystical musings of Raven Wolf C. Felton Jennings II on flute, saxophone, drum & vocal chant. You'll love the magical melodies of Tim Mead with guitar & vocals. Rabbi Randy Fleisher will offer warm welcome and Green Jean Ponzi will help us remember how to love & care for the Earth. I will facilitate the meditation, and we will all be enchanted by the bells and brought to life by the drums of JOIA World Percussion Ensemble.
Volunteers are needed on Monday, Dec. 30 to help with breakfast prep, luminaria preparation & other decoration, and early Dec. 31 to light the luminarias and finalize breakfast setup. E-mail me at email@example.com or call me at 314-601-3789 to sign up. We have a raffle for 4 fabulous prizes – a beautiful Reiki-infused healing Angel blanket from Improved Healing, an amazing hand-crafted wooden drum from Dick Schmidt, a wild wreath from Willow Rain Herbal Goods, and a limited edition copy of Sarah Linquist's exquisite book Onward Is Best: A Christmas Journey. Visit the World Peace Day web site at www.wpdaystl.com and view the "How you can support the event" page for details.
Bless you for continuing to support this wonderful event with your presence and your financial support! I know that world events can often seem overwhelming and discouraging. Keep the faith. Remember, as Gandhi said, "What you do may seem insignificant, but it is most important that you do it."
Jeannie Breeze - Peace Emmissary, Evolutionary Agent, Celestial Guide
event coordinator for World Peace Day, InnerMission for World Peace
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