May Peace and Happiness Prevail: Barcelona Speech by Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi

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Author
Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi
Publisher
M.A. Center
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40
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9781680370461
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Paperback
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Keynote Address During The Closing Plenary Session Of The Parliament Of World's Religions In Barcelona, Spain On July 13th, 2004. Amma Was To Give The Keynote Address During The Closing Plenary Session Of The Seven Day Parliament. Her Theme Was Pathways To Peace, The Wisdom Of Listening, The Power Of Commitment. Amma's Speech Begins By Explaining How To Look Upon Our God Given Talents. By Increasing Our Innate Spiritual Power, Rather Than Just Power In Its Various Material Forms, We Can Achieve Real Peace And Contentment. Instead Of Merely Blaming Religion For The Perpetual Frustration Humanity Faces In Its Search For Happiness. The Speech Provides A Fresh View On Religion And Spirituality, A View That Is Badly Needed In Today's World. Exhorting All To See And To Understand The Essence Of Religion From A Spiritual Perspective. Amma Reminds Us, Where There Is True Spiritual Experience, There Will Be No Division, Only Unity And Love. She Warned Against Religious Bigotry, And Addressed The Subject Of War, And Poverty. In Conclusion She Calls For A Clear Commitment From Her Children To Selfless Service. Published By The Disciples Of Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, Affectionately Known As Mother, Or Amma The Hugging Saint.


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