World Prayer Society Supports
Moment of Peace

Windyville, Mo.– The World Peace Prayer Society is an organization whose simple mission is to spread the prayer “May Peace Prevail on Earth” around the world.

Deborah Moldow, Director of the World Peace Prayer Society in New York, and their Peace Representatives from nations around the world will read the Universal Peace Covenant as One Voice at 1 pm Central Time (6pm UT) October 11, 2003. They join a myriad of others worldwide in this wonderful initiative.

The synchronized Moment of Peace is an initiative of the School of Metaphysics, a not-for-profit organization with world headquarters on the campus of the College of Metaphysics in Windyville, Missouri. On October 11, 2003 the School of Metaphysics is dedicating the World’s First Peace Dome as a universal site dedicated to peace. Members of the World Prayer Peace Society from South Africa to Japan, from Roamania to India, from Ghana to Israel, here have expressed their willingness to participate.

“I would be honoured to join with you in thought by reciting the Universal Peace Covenant," said Susan Kaschula of South Africa. That day I will be joining like minded people in Johannesburg for a special meditation and I will ask those assembled to recite the Peace Covenant as well."

Yashio Mochizuki reports, “The Goi Peace Foundation would like to support this event and all the 12 staff members will be praying from our office in Tokyo, Japan.” The Foundation are the people behind the Peace Poles which have been planted worldwide around the globe since WWII.

“Thank you so much for being so kind to send me the Universal Covenant of Peace," Rumanian TatomirIon Marius wrote. "I’ll translate it, and I’ll make everything staying in my power to make it known.” School of Metaphysics officials say Making the covenant available in all language is goal. It can be read in Spanish at .

Jagdish Gandhi, Founder-Manager of City Montessori School in Lucknow, India says, “We plan to have a Special Prayer Assembly for our students on October 11 to join you in spirit.” With 27,000 students, this is the largest school in the world.

Kofi Duku Taylor, Ghana wrotes, "I am absolutely willing to participate in the World's First Peace Dome. The day shall be observed in Ghana. Kindly get me update so that I would invite some important personalities in Ghana to join me. Peaceful regards.”

“Infinite gratitude for your kind appeal and to Deborah Moldow for connecting us." Hagit Radanan of Israel said. "I will be honored to be part of this universal operation... we will have here grand happening around the Sea of Galilee which called Hugging the Kinneret. During this time we will have several points with different activities so I can also read your declaration also at this time.”

Prof. Mónica Simone of Buenos Aires, Argentina said, "I am very happy that you are summoning me for this important world encounter. With a lot of happiness we will be participating with our group of people of the ASOCIACION SHINTO KAI ARGENTINA, of the CENTRO DE REIKI LUZ RADIANTE, of the GOI PEACE FOUNDATION and of the WORLD PEACE PRAYER SOCIETY. We will film the event, and then we will send to you, a document of the carried out work. It will be a honor for us to participate....”

The School of Metaphysics has invited peace representatives to join in this global endeavor in the following country: Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, The Gambia, Germany, Ghana, Guinea, Iceland, India, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Liberia, Lithuania, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Phillippines, Poland, Romania, Russia, Sierra Leone, Slovakia, The Netherlands, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Ukraine, Zambia, and at the World Peace Prayer Society Offices in Japan, Germany, Scotland, and Chile.

For more information about the World’s First Peace Dome and the synchronized Moment of Peace, contact Dr. Barbara Condron or Christine Madar at the School of Metaphysics, To view photographs of the peacedome, read the Universal Peace Covenant, and hear people’s stories of the peacedome, visit


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