- Peace Revolution′s Online Social Platform: From Inner Revolution to Global Evolution of Ethical Media Production, Special issue on the occasion of the World Summit on Children and Media, Journal of media literacy and education (JMLE), Volume 3, Issue 2, 2011.
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What would a world of peace be like?
By Luang Phaw Dhammajayo
In the light of never-ending conflicts, wars and terrorist threats, peace is something that seems unattainable. Constantly wrought with uncertainty and hostility, life on this planet sometimes does seem lacklustre and lacking in joy; much less peaceful.
While most of us would think that the dream of world peace coming true is akin to catching the wind with our bare hands, Luang Phaw Dhammajayo, abbot of Dhammakaya Temple and president of Dhammakaya Foundation, brings an encouraging message: that world peace is within reach... and all it takes is a simple practice.
Through the act of meditation - stilling the mind and focusing the mind at the centre of the body - every individual, regardless of race, culture and religion, can experience inner happiness that will ultimately perpetuate goodness and harmony on earth. Innate happiness, through meditation, has the power to purge inner demons such as greed and anger - the root cause of strife on earth - from the hearts of humanity.
Discover how you, as an individual, can gain a deeper understanding of life to combat the negativities of this world by first reaching an inner calm. Tomorrow The World Will Change not only gives you an overview on how meditation can makeyou a better person; it teaches you how to master meditation through its step-by-step meditation guide.