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Friday, December 27, 2013

Chronogram Conversations: Peace Now with Scotty Bruer

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click to enlarge Julie Hedrick, Peter Wetzler, Brian K. Mahoney, Scotty Bruer, and Kerry Henderson after the conert for healing by Yungchen Lhamo at Kingston City Hall on December 7. - GLORIA WASLYN
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  • Julie Hedrick, Peter Wetzler, Brian K. Mahoney, Scotty Bruer, and Kerry Henderson after the conert for healing by Yungchen Lhamo at Kingston City Hall on December 7.

Peace Now seeks one billion petitioners and supporters that together will co-create the momentum for a new era of lasting peace. Peace Now founder Scotty Bruer spoke about his ambition plan for peace after a concert for healing at City Hall in Kingston by Yungchen Lhamo in November.

Peace Now's mission, from their website:

"Our mission is to foster an earth that is at perpetual peace through worldwide individual participation, so peace and love are affirmed as our natural state. Our goal is to cultivate the mutual trust, cooperation, and loving kindness that engenders the accord that is the foundation of all meaningful existences. Our vision is that all life is equally precious, so PeaceNow is our sacred commitment to all human beings without exception and our shared gift to future generations."

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