Not-Two Is Peace Theatrical Performance (video)
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Poster: swaybone11 Post Date: December 4, 2011
||A theatrical performance and recitation by devotee Theo Cedar Jones from Adi Da's book, Not-Two Is Peace. The essay being recited is Principles Regarding A Global Cooperative Forum: On The Dangers Of The Old "Tribalisms" and The Necessity For A Global Cooperative Forum Based On The Prior Unity of Humankind.
Dance by Isabelle Sjahsam and Maria LaMance of Artface Performance Group.
Not-Two Is Peace. For more on Adi Da's teaching about world peace, read Adi Da's book, Not-Two Is Peace, or visit www.Da-Peace.org. You can also enjoy many related clips in our video/audio library.
Length: 08:21 Views: 923 Views This Month: 19 Views This Week: 3
Event Date: November 20, 2011
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