By Claire Diab and Dennis Boyle
Remember this Song? “Let There Be Peace on Earth,” written by Jill Jackson and See Miller in 1955.
“Let this be the Moment now. With every Step I take, let this be my Solemn Vow…to take each Moment and Live each Moment with Peace Eternally…let there be Peace on Earth and let it Begin with Me.
Let there be Peace on Earth and Let it Begin with Me. Let there be Peace on Earth, the Peace that was meant to be. With God as our Father, Brothers all are we; Let me walk with my Brother in Perfect Harmony.
Let Peace begin with me. Let this be the Moment now. With every Step I take let this be my Solemn vow…to take each Moment and live each Moment in Peace Eternally. Let there be Peace on Earth and Let it Begin with me.”
In today’s World there seems to be so much Turmoil. I know that there is more Love that we are not Aware or Shown on the News. Tapping into our True Nature, by taking Time to Quiet the Mind through Meditation and Spending Time in Nature, we Feel the Peace Within and Long for Peace Around Us.
This week, let’s sing this song as we drive in our car, clean our house, prepare food in our kitchen, sing with family and friends, and celebrate peace.
“What we think we create…what we think we become…be the change you want to see.”
Claire Diab is an internationally recognized Yoga therapist. She is the director of the Yoga Program for the Chopra Center founded by Dr. Deepak Chopra and Dr. David Simon. She is an adjunct professor of Asian Studies at Seton Hall University. She is the author of several books and DVDs on Yoga including “Yoga For Firefighters.”
Dennis Boyle is a retired fire director and acting chief with the West Orange (NJ) Fire Department. He was the recipient of the 1999 New Jersey Deputy Fire Chiefs “Fire Officer of the Year” award.