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Living in Harmony : An Address Given By Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi at the Millennium World Peace Summit of Religious and Spiritual Leaders, The United Nations General Assembly August 29, 2000 Pamphlet – 2001

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  • Pamphlet
  • Publisher: Mata Amritanandamayi Mission Trust; First Edition edition (2001)
  • ASIN: B000NV4K7U
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If a fisherman's daughter who was pulled out of school before the age of 12 is invited repeatedly to the United Nations to give advice to large assemblies, one may wonder why she was selected while so many accomplished academics and professionals in their field have not been given the same honor. Their will always be a few that can not live in harmony with others and in order to tolerate them is to lessen the harm they can do with the world. Amma has explained that mankind is for the most part agitated and this is because it is living outside of spiritual values that can sweeten the thoughts and behavior. So many individuals want to see the world and Mother nature repaired but are not willing to start with changing their bad habits. The outer world will move forward when we work on our inner world. We have assumed that technology can make up the difference for our misbehavior when in fact it is the need to follow the contemporary advice of great Saints like Amma.
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Amma teaches: “Prayer means humility. Peace is an experience that fills all aspects of our life when we bow down to the whole of creation with humility.” This book offers divine wisdom and a message to the Earth’s nations how to Live in Harmony. We can only hope they listen. Please read and recommend to your friends and politicians. Highly recommended!
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Amma teaches that love and compassion is the answer, she is trying to teach us these principles in so many ways, but by far her example surpasses all!! This book is enlightening and yet again so embracing of others and their viewpoints! Lead on Amma!! You are the Light!
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