American citizens who support|
culture peace welcome you to
The Pray for Peace Foundation
We affirm a peaceful social discourse
in a world where all people count.
|"Let us, you and me, pray for peace and let us make our hearts fit to accept it when it comes. Let us make our intellect, and our soul, and our will and our feeling ready to receive it and embrace it even before it comes. Let us in the stillness of our own soul go back to that ineffable Presence which is Peace and proclaim It even in the midst of confusion—that peace which is the power at the heart of God." - Ernest Holmes|
Surrealist.org is one of the oldest continuous political blogs on the Internet.
Pray for Peace was founded in 1996 to unite the various factions of the marijuana legalization movement. Read the Pray for Peace purpose statement.
Clippings from Pray for Peace News (1996-2001) on the spiritual use of marijuana; marijuana as a gateway drug, as a threat to organized religion, and the need to legalize, tax, and regulate marijuana.
Posts, including guestbook posts, going back to the 1990s. Currently offline; new blog and Indivisible group: click here.
Photos from rallies in Hollywood, Downtown Los Angeles, and Arizona.
Prayers for 9/11 Peace
Pray for peace in the days leading up to the anniversary of 9/11.
Culture Peace Affirmations
Affirmations to create a world where everyone counts.
Four Pillars Affirmations to Solve Collective Problems
Nori Muster, webmaster of surrealist.org, is a writer. To see her work, please visit norimuster.com. Pray for Peace cultural heroes: Ernest Holmes, George Harrison, Alan Watts, Wassily Kandinsky, and Vincent Van Gogh. Yes, Vincent Van Gogh.