We must find a path to peace before it’s too late

A scene straight from my vision in October – I wish someone would listen before this continues to the ground war  I saw follow, but I admit the chances of that are slim indeed. I only hope we can work to avoid the terrible destruction I saw occuring after the infantry attacks by attempting to somehow broker peace in the region. I have been considering the possibility of joining a peace delegation to the Gaza strip to aid in the peace process but with the border closed this is no longer possible. I grieve for both sides – the worst is yet to come.

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About William Knox

Rev. William Knox is the founder and current Chancellor of the Contemporary Pagan Alliance. Ordained in 1995 as an interfaith minister, he serves as senior priest at the Sanctuary of Light in Ravenswood,WV. and is an invested brother in the Shanddite Order of Pagan Secular Monks.
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2 Responses to We must find a path to peace before it’s too late

  1. tari brand says:

    if only humans could see that we are one in the same. we come from the same stuff, the same energy. the adage to “love your neighbor as yourself” is a much deeper, richer meaning than most understand it to be. if i can truly understand and see that what is internal in spirit in you is also in me, that is love. i love that which you possess and are because i also possess and are that. one day. one day hopefully soon.

  2. Pingback: We must find a path to peace before it’s too late « mistressliberty

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