Posts Categorized: Martin Luther King


Posted by & filed under been to the mountaintop, Martin Luther King, messengers, self-evolution.

Tweet Share   I’ve long understood that, while most of us arrive here with the task of self-evolution, there are higher-level souls who occasionally arrive as ‘Messengers’, souls who have already done the Work in past lives and are sent to accomplish great tasks and help the rest of us. They might be recognized by…
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Posted by & filed under justice, Martin Luther King, Peace, religious diversity, religious tolerance.

Tweet Share To conclude this month of Guest Posts, Book Excerpts and Videos on the issues of Religious Tolerance, Justice and Peace, I cannot think of a better finale than this statement by Martin Luther King, Jr.   “We have inherited a large house, a great world house, in which we have to live together…
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“I Have a Dream”

Posted by & filed under Free at Last, I Have a Dream, Martin Luther King.

Martin Luther King, Jr. I could not think of a better way to conclude this series of Guest Posts on “All Traditions, All Faiths, All Cultures”, or to prepare the way for our “Celebration of Spiritual and Religious Unity, Wisdom and Friendship” that begins here tomorrow, than with a tribute to Dr. King. This extraordinary statement about human…
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A Peace Tour Through the Religious Community

Posted by & filed under Andrew Bowen, Martin Luther King, No longer a Christian Nation, Peace, Project Conversion, Triune.

by Andrew Bowen  In June of 2006, then Senator Barak Obama gave a speech entitled “Call to Renewal” in which he points out that, “[W]e are no longer a Christian nation, at least not just. We are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, and a Buddhist nation, and a Hindu nation, and a nation…
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