Center Peace – April

World Server Dadi Janki 100

Dadi Janki is loved as a world mother, revered as a spiritual leader, and considers herself a humble instrument of God. Dadi has dedicated her entire life in service to humanity. On January 2015, Dadi Janki entered her 99th year and in 2016 she will be 100 years old. As a tribute to this incredible milestone, we have created “CenterPeace.” As the Head of the Brahma Kumaris she is the main representative to the United Nations and since 1980 has taken keen interest in global initiatives. In honoring her centennial, “CenterPeace” will spotlight highpoints from her travels around the world and across the seven seas. We will focus on the essence of her contribution, participation and engagement as a United Nations Wisdom Keeper over many decades of UN conferences, International Days and Weeks.

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A New Book Dedicated To Dadi Janki

April 24, 2015 | Comment

“You are a blessing and a precious gift –
a bright and beautiful light to the world.
We are honored to be part of this book
And share in your life’s work.”

(Peter Vegso and Kelly Johnson)


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Spiritual Dimension of Food Security by Dominique Bordet

April 9, 2015 | 2 Comments

“Spiritual Dimension of Food Security” is a complex theme.

When one is unwillingly hungry or malnourished, there is not much room for spirituality: the body hurts, the mind is obsessed by the lack of food, the soul has little or ...

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Spiritual Dimension of Food Security

April 9, 2015 | Comment

The issue of food insecurity has many dimensions and discourses. A common discourse is to look at food insecurity through an economic lens and link food insecurity to economic disparities. This discourse looks at prices, costs, subsidies and other incentives ...

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WHO – 10 facts on Food Safety

April 9, 2015 | Comment

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Yogic Agriculture, Meditation and Food Security

April 9, 2015 | 1 Comment

Food security. A fundamental concept. As self-evident as all of the mundane life-supporting things we have and do: food, eating, water, drinking, sleeping, waking, thinking, being.

In recent decades food security has become a political concept because many of life’s ...

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