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Published 6/18/10
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 Hazrat Inayat Khan, Ralph Waldo Trine


Dear Readers,

Today, a simple-looking prayer that paints a picture of the powerful and
far-reaching effects of peace on our individual hearts and our wide, varied
world. Peace unifies the fragmented mortal existence. "Send thy peace, O
Lord." Divine peace reigns eons above human peace. Divine peace, the
peace that only comes from beyond us, is the only everlasting peace.

- Lisa

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Send Thy peace O Lord, which is
perfect and everlasting,
that our souls may radiate peace.

Send Thy peace O Lord, that we
may think, act, and speak harmoniously.

Send Thy peace O Lord, that we
may be contented and thankful for
Thy bountiful gifts.

Send Thy peace O Lord, that amidst
our worldly strife, we may enjoy Thy bliss.

Send Thy peace O Lord, that we
may endure all, tolerate all, in the thought of
Thy grace and mercy.

Send Thy peace O Lord, that our lives
may become a Divine vision and in Thy light,
all darkness may vanish.

Send Thy peace O Lord, our Father and Mother,
that we Thy children on Earth may all
unite in one family.

Hazrat Inayat Khan (1882-1927)
Sufi leader, classical Indian musician

The Last Word:

To be at one with God is to be at peace...
Peace lies not in the external world.
It lies within one's own soul.

Ralph Waldo Trine (1866-1958)
Philosopher, teacher, author
































































Utterly Random Bonus Quote:

To err is human.
To loaf is Parisian.

Victor Hugo (1802-1885)
French poet, playwright, novelist


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