Peace from Knowledge
Continuing to Celebrate
The International Day of Peace

Knowledge is power, it is said. But true knowledge lends itself to a better understanding of what we think we know. Several questions come to mind. We invite you to explore them in your pursuit of truth, knowledge, and peace.  

  1. Can we challenge ourselves to learn more about what Christ taught?
  2. Can we challenge ourselves to learn more about what Buddha taught, what Muhammad proclaimed, what the Indigenous Grandmothers reveal? 
  3. Can we admit that our ability to learn is expansive?
  4. Can it lead to mutual appreciation of one another’s spiritual and religious experiences? 

Heartfelt openness to others will help us to understand each other instead of tempting us to kill one another. Perhaps that is the power we really need to seek.

 If you seek peace, be still
If you seek wisdom, be silent
If you seek love, be yourself
Becca Lee

 If you seek knowledge, be humble
If you seek others, be open
If you seek peace, find your heart

As things begin to return to a new normal, we at The Interfaith Peace Project are here for you in any way that you need us. The Antioch Center is now open to fully vaccinated people on Wednesdays, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. We are vigilant and will adjust to any and all recommendations from the state and county. We will continue our work through Zoom as we add in person programs. If you would like to schedule an in person or Zoom program or would like a phone appointment with any of us, give us a call. You may call or email Tom at:
Tom Bonacci
[email protected]
925-787- 9279