Inner peace or Running Away

One reader answered a question I asked to prepare for an interview series I am preparing with living masters of everyday peace… What is your number one question about living peacefully in troubled times? Her respon golden harvest cigarette tobacco se: How do you know if you are living peacefully or running away from something…

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Think Less, Be More

Spending too much time in your head? Thinking too much and being too little for what in your heart, you know you are? Join the millions who will participate in the Great American Think Out to learn about the power of being versus thinking. And it’s not just for Americans. Here’s a bit about the…

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Israel’s 60th Birthday – Celebration and Healing Old Wounds

For the last six years I have spent Israeli Independence Day in a very unique way. We, a group of 150-200 conscious Israelis and Palestinians have met to respect and commemorate the pain and loss on both sides and to create a shared independence. Each year we meet in a different place. This year, our…

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Byron Katie in Israel

Yesterday I had the good fortune to spend the day with 1500 other Israelis who gathered to meet with Byron Katie and let go of their limiting and negative beliefs, source of all suffering. Today, she is meeting with another large group of Arabs to do the same. If you want to see conscious peace…

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Pilgrimage of Peace – Day One

The Pilgrims of Peace in this photo are so peaceful that even 20+ hours of travel from Los Angeles and New York to Tel Aviv could not dampen their spirits. The above photo was taken at Ben Gurion airport by our bus driver Ghazi, just after loading the baggage and safely bringing us to our…

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Time Management for Inner Peace

Do you ever have so many important things to do that you don’t even know where to start? Do your important goals get washed away through the incessant little disruptions that occur just as you are contemplating taking a step in the right direction? If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, suffice…

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