In order for peace and unity to exist, we must first realize what barriers and divisions keep us apart. Only then can we break down those barriers to see the unity that naturally exists between us all. Then, rather than focusing on our differences, it is easier to recognize our similarities and common goals. With a common objective, all of humanity can work together to help each other reach that destiny.
This book is short and to the point. It is a thought provoking book and will provide inspiration for anyone. It can be especially useful for those working in politics, religion, interfaith, race relations, the media, the United Nations, teaching, or who have a position in leadership in any capacity. It is also for those of us who simply want to spread the insights needed for bringing greater levels of peace, unity, and equality between friends, neighbors, and communities.
Such insights include:
The factors that keep us apart.
Breaking down cultural distinctions and religious differences.
Seeing through bodily designations.
Our real identity: The basis for common ground.
Seeing the Divinity within each of us.
How we are all working to attain the same things.
What we can do now to bring unity and peace into the world and between everyone we meet.
It is time to create a prejudice-free world by seeing the natural common ground and unity that exists between us all.
Stephen Knapp has studied the major Vedic texts of India and practiced yoga and the Eastern teachings for over forty years. He has traveled extensively throughout India and has taken over 17,000 photos of the numerous holy places he has visited. He has authored over twenty well-received books on Vedic culture and its spiritual philosophy. He continues to write books, articles, and give lectures at various venues. More information about him and his projects can be found at: www.stephen-knapp.com, or at http://stephenknapp.wordpress.com.