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07 December 2011

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Natalie

Beautiful Tara. We must also remember how much better the world is now for more of humanity than it has ever been in the past. It gives me hope that more of the world will be able to embrace peace. Your words and images are outstanding.

marja

Inspring images and words Tara. There is still hope. After the earthquake here people are working together sharing etc. It is touching to see this all happening.

Carole Mayne

Thank you for these images..indeed it is always a good time to send out prayers and images of the individuals who are adding their light to world in a positive way. Add mine, too.

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Inspiring - I love that line "Let's light a thousand candles...
...and then a thousand more...that the best and the brightest of human endeavours always will prevail."


jeanie

This is such a thoughtful, provocative, eloquent and divine prayer for peace and hope for the future. It should be its own small book. These words. These photos. What more is there to say. Beautiful, Tara.

Mary H.

Powerful words and photos. Thank you, Tara.

elizabeth

There is so much we need to be grateful for and so much that is overwhelmingly
difficult.
Sending thanks for a wonderful post from NY.

Barbara

What a beautiful post, Tara, not least because of its relevance. I especially appreciate the different views of the same portal ... is that Shiva dancing at the top of the arch? The last photos of flickering candle flames remind me of one of the things I've appreciated about Catholicism all my life - the bank of votive candles tucked in alcoves in so many parishes, usually beneath statues of the Madonna and Child. There is just something about lighting that tiny flame, sending it out into the Universe with a prayer, that makes me feel at home wherever I am. Found this quote from the Dalai Lama just today in the Winter 2011 Buddhadharma magazine: "The suffering and happiness each of us experiences is a reflection of the distortion or clarity with which we view ourselves and the world." Take care!

Marilyn

I pray that the "songs of peace" will become stronger and bolder. The hope is in our children, will they be strong enough. I pray for this also. Thanks for your beautiful photos.

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