Peace on Drugs

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  1. In 2009 a peaceful medicine garden Te Māra Rongoā Marino was created on the banks of the Tuwharetoa stream in Kaitaia. This was a community effort brought about by The Herb Shack and Transition town, to help our community be sustainable and to be knowledgeable about our traditional Maori Medicine. The garden was dedicated to world peace on International Day of Peace 21st September 2009 and every year a few pure hearted souls gather for readings about Peace – this year our focus is on Peace on Drugs and with the quote by Abdul’Baha – ‘When a thought of war comes oppose it by a stronger thought of peace…’ Does America’s War on Drugs policy affect us in our village? Last week the locals marched the main street to get the legal highs off retailer shelves, next week, we’re putting out some prayers so come and join in if you feel to.

  2. Look ye not upon the fewness of thy numbers, rather, seek ye out hearts that are pure. One consecrated soul is preferable to a thousand other souls. If a small number of people gather lovingly together, with absolute purity and sanctity, with their hearts free of the world, experiencing the emotions of the Kingdom and the powerful magnetic forces of the Divine, and being at one in their happy fellowship, that gathering will exert its influence over all the earth. The nature of that band of people, the words they speak, the deeds they do, will unleash the bestowals of Heaven, and provide a foretaste of eternal bliss. The hosts of the Company on high will defend them, and the angels of the Abha Paradise, in continuous succession, will come down to their aid. ‘Abdu’l-Baha

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