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A Call to Peace World Peace Sanctuary Hiroo Saionji Pt. 1

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Published on Oct 21, 2007

In Part One of the World Peace Sanctuary film series, President of the Goi Peace Foundation Hiroo Saionji describes the mission and vision of the World Peace Prayer Society founded by Japanese Spiritual Teacher Masahisa Goi in 1995. Listen to prayers for peace and live drum performances performed at the World Peace Sanctuary Summer 2007 Call to Peace Festival.

ABOUT THE WORLD PEACE PRAYER SOCIETY:

The World Peace Prayer Society is a nonprofit, non-sectarian, member-supported organization dedicated to spreading the message and prayer May Peace Prevail on Earth all over the world. It was founded in Japan by Masahisa Goi in 1955, and in 1988 the world headquarters moved to New York. In 1990 the Society was accepted as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in affiliation with the Department of Public Information of the United Nations.

The Society has offices in Tokyo, Munich, Santiago and San Francisco, as well as headquarters at the beautiful World Peace Sanctuary in Wassaic, New York, home of the Annual World Peace Festival. Volunteer Peace Representatives in many countries organize activities such as Peace Pole plantings and World Peace Prayer Ceremonies.

People of all backgrounds are welcome to join the World Peace Prayer Society. Membership is free; all that is asked is to take the prayer May Peace Prevail on Earth into your heart and make it part of your life.

Fore more information about the World Peace Prayer Society, go to http://www.worldpeace.org

A Call To Peace © 2005 Diane Ingram and Chris Farrell Music by Chris Farrell Lyrics by Diane Ingram Performed by Nathan Mandracchia

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