You are invited to write an article about your path, journey or methods that result in the attainment of inner peace!

There are probably as many definitions of inner peace as there are those of us seeking it. However, a new and exciting column in the Ashland Daily Tidings, is now available for us to share, learn from one another; know ourselves better and explore our potential in a shared journey. It is through dialog that we build and strengthen our community

A Course In Miracles states: “A universal theology is impossible, but a universal experience is not only possible but necessary.” Let us share our experiences, methods and paths to peace, in a spirit of inclusiveness regarding all practices - Animism, Atheists, Deists, Baha’i, Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Judaism, Nature Lover, Hinduism, Islam, Native American; Sufi; Sikhism, Theosophists; Taoism, Unitarian, Yogi’s, Wicca, and all versions thereof including clergy, non-clergy, believers, non-believers and seekers of all ages. No one is excluded when we hold the light for each other.

Send your submission via e-mail (or questions) to: innerpeace@q.com The maximum number of words for the column is 650 to 700 including your name and a short bio about yourself at the end. Indicate if your e-mail is to be included in the article. Please advise your phone number (for questions and confirmation) but it will not be printed in the article.

I hope you will contribute an article in the spirit of willingness, as we share our great diversity, culminating in healing ourselves and our community.

Sally McKirgan, is an artist, poet and a long time student of A Course In Miracles. E-mail: innerpeace@q.com

P.S. To see the various Inner Peace Columns go to www.dailytidings.com and enter Inner Peace in the search box!

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