What Does Peace Mean To You?

About Abrahamic Reunion England

The Abrahamic Reunion was established in 2004 in Israel and the West Bank to bring peace and friendship between the people of the Abrahamic Religions. The Abrahamic Reunion England was established in 2015 and provides education, inspiration and action to promote inter-religious harmony in our multi-faith society. They are non-political and respect all faiths and spiritual paths equally. They also acknowledge those, such as Humanists who play a vital role in bringing peace. They demonstrate ways in which different faiths can and are working together to promote interfaith harmony. This includes presentations at schools, universities, places of worship, and private homes. They place special emphasis on presentations and workshops at prisons. To raise funds they have just opened a shop selling gifts associated with peace and interfaith harmony, many of the gifts include inspiring quotes, see peacegifts.shop.



3 Comments On “What Does Peace Mean To You?

  1. Asma Khan Reply

    For though my faith is not yours and your faith is not mine, if we each are free to light our own flame, together we can banish some of the darkness of the world.
    RABBI LORD JONATHAN SACKS
    Peace to me is allowing another the freedom to light their own spark within, knowing it will light my way too. Peace achieved through our own ego submitting to that Higher Light is the literal meaning of the word Islam but its a state we can all create through Love.

  2. Jason Reply

    For me, peace can be about the absence of hate or war. However inner peace is a far greater an more transcendent goal to achieve and a daily act of work. Connecting to nature and myself brings me peace. I believe that if we can feel peace within, then that ultimately comes from accepting ourselves as we truly are!

  3. Member Michael Kenton Reply

    When I heard on NPR that there was a cease-fire negotiated by Egypt, I thought “that’s Shahabuddin at work on the inner-planes”. When I hear the news, I remark (to myself) about every cease-fire. We are responsible for impressions we let in. –Rafia

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