The World is Waking Up! - presentation | Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre Edinburgh  | Tue 11th December 2018 Lineup

The World is Waking Up! - presentation

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre in Edinburgh

Tuesday 11th December 2018

6:45pm til 9:00pm (last entry 7:00pm)

Minimum Age: 14

Humanity today is awakening to the need for radical change so a new civilization based on Sharing, Justice and lasting Peace can be built.

 

The World is Waking Up! - presentation on Tuesday 11th December 2018

Humanity today is awakening to the need for radical change so a new civilization based on Sharing, Justice and lasting Peace can be built.

Humanity today is awakening to the need for radical change as we enter into a New Age, while another extraordinary event is also taking place: the emergence into our everyday world of Maitreya, the World Teacher, and the Masters of Wisdom, who are inspiring us to build a new civilization in which Sharing the world’s resources will create Trust, Justice and lasting Peace. “Sharing and Justice, Brotherhood and Freedom are not new concepts. From the dawn of time, mankind has linked his aspiration to these beckoning stars. Now, my friends, shall we anchor them in the world.” Maitreya, the World Teacher Join us for an inspiring presentation about the public emergence of these remarkable spiritual teachers. Everyone welcome to discuss these historic and momentous events. * Event organized by voluntary co-workers for Share International www.share-international.org local contact: si.edinburgh@gmail.com sharing=justice=peace

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Minimum age: 14

Entry price (public): Free admission

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