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- To promote understanding of the shared holiness and the intrinsic harmony of all of the world’s religions arising from the multiform sacred inner experiences of humanity around the globe, while emphasizing that the sacred can be realized in every woman and man, according to the practices and precepts of his or her personal faith.
- To support the consciousness of a numinous generation of global children.
- To encourage a body of community around the world, living from a place that is beyond war.
In each era of history, a translation point, born through the labor of consciousness and love, addresses our study of that threshold, from old to newborn, to integrated as human and real, abiding. One hundred years ago, one Native American might find the journey of my ancestors an affront to their domain, and threaten them, sacrifice them, or save them by leading them through the forests and fields to their cousins, and teach them the planting of corn, tomatoes, potatoes, and grains, new world crops all. My ancestors survived on the new land, and Native American leaders sought and adopted me, at their request and need, prayer and practice, to carry an integrated translation point of seeking the harmony upon Earth for all, prophesied to them in all of their tribes by ancestors of their past, to me, the daughter of four clans by birth, one who might have run a concentration camp, one who might have been killed within it, one who might have sought freedom and one who might have resisted the camp. Who am I? Their daughter as are we all the sons and daughters of many, of slaveowners and slaves, freedmen and women, and those who held ploughs, braided hair, wrote laws and fought wars so that we might stop bickering over the customs and languages of our cultures of history to script and embody a present and future named by the Hopi and the Iroquois Confederacy, 'The Great Peace.' I walk through that threshold.
Elizabeth Anne Hin
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