Come join us in the spreading of peace starting in your own backyard at the School of Metaphysics in Palatine, IL!
This Sunday, December 9th, students of the Palatine school will be planting a peace pole as a monument to peace at 2:00 pm. The president of the School of Metaphysics, Dr. Laurel Clark, will also be present at the dedication ceremony. This is an opportunity for people to come together, envision a world of peace and infuse these thoughts into the peace pole and the surrounding community.
The peace pole is a symbol that “living peaceably begins with thinking peacefully,” as is stated in the Universal Peace Covenant. This document was crafted by over two dozen spiritual teachers from 1996-7 to reflect humanity’s hope for peace. The pole will serve as reminder of this universal message, with “May Peace Prevail on Earth” written in English, Spanish, Persian and Chinese.
Where: School of Metaphysics, 222 West Wilson St, Palatine IL. 60067 (near the corner of Smith St. and Wilson St., just a few blocks southwest of the Metra station)
When: Sunday, December 9 at 2:00 pm
Contact: (847) 991-0140 or email email@example.com
The School of Metaphysics is a 501(c)(3) educational organization with 17 branches in 9 states, headquartered in Missouri. The School of Metaphysics teaches adults how to develop their full potential through cultivating essential life skills such as undivided attention, concentration, memory, listening, imagination, reasoning, and intuition. More information on the school’s mission for world peace can be found at www.peacedome.org.