The Destination Peace Blog

Harmony through Harmony



Taking the Side of Peace

It takes courage to push yourself to places that you have never been before: to test your limits, to break through barriers...


Feeling Small in Time & Space

This week, I'm feeling very small in the context of what's happening around me and in the world...

Compassion is Music Without Lyrics

The first day of the month of July 2018 began with Destination Peace traveling to be with global peacemakers. 

The Mouth of Our Planet Speaks

Janice and I shared a breakfast table for two life-transformative hours with an  a professional photographer who travels into the solitude of existence and captures the rarest moments on earth just as they are about to unfold in front of her very eyes...

Nothing “Standard” about this Royal Flag

Last week, Destination Peace visited the oldest and largest continuously-used royal residence in Europe, initially built by William the Conqueror in the late 11th century...

“Scrolling” Through History

I was invited to speak and chant at a Torah Scroll Dedication held at the Seminary. The dedicated Torah Scroll is 400 years old, and was taken out of use in ritual services because of its age...

Prayer for Peace, Inspired by the Gettysburg Address

It is for us the living to rededicate the unfinished work which they who fought here have so nobly advanced...

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