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AGNT's "Omni-local" Model of Spiritual Harmony and Reconciliation

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Uploaded on Aug 31, 2011

Since 2004, the Association for Global New Thought has launched Abraham Path groups that have planned Walks and other expressions of interfaith alliance in more than forty cities. Some that have already conducted city-wide Walks include: Cincinnati, Ohio; Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio, Texas; San Jose, Santa Barbara, and Ojai, California; Sarasota, Florida; Amesbury, Massachusetts; Beaverton, Oregon, and Minneapolis, Minnesota.

These Walks and have been successful in unifying neighbors from the three faiths in ceremonies of appreciation that symbolize our shared reverence toward Abraham's journey, and those who have lost their lives in religious conflict. While maintaining
pride in the unique identities all three faiths, the commemoration of lives lost in so many families encourages healing. We hold a common vision that their grief shall not have been in vain, and that nonviolent resolution of conflict must shape a more enlightened future.

This video of an Abraham Walk in Austin the day before the 5th memorial anniversary of 9/11, is an inspiring example of the deep transformation that is possible...

These Walks and have been successful in unifying neighbors from the three faiths in a ceremony of appreciation and reverence on a representative path in memory of Abraham's journey and of those who have lost their lives in religious conflict. Without minimizing the sense of celebration for the diversity inherent in the three faiths, the commemoration of lives lost in so many families encourages healing through a common vision that their grief shall not have been in vain, and that nonviolent resolution of conflict must shape a more enlightened future.

This video of an Abraham Walk in Austin the day before the 5th memorial anniversary of 9/11, is an inspiring example of the deep healing that is possible...

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