Searching for 'The Voice' in my dream
“The Conscious is the Presence of God. Is World Harmony Day the voice that I had heard in my dream?”- Sunflower Chong
Am I A Dreamer?
“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” – Emerson
I was truly moved by Arundhati Roy’s words, who said (or words to that effect) “the World is changing… on a quiet day I can almost hear it breathe …” Similarly, when I looked at a building or a piece of land, it comes ‘alive’ to me and I can sense a meaning from its design and see it ‘breathe life’ into the people. If I am brave enough to add on…I also sense that this tiny red dot called Singapore will one day be a ‘live university’ for the world especially in fostering true harmony.
I know that the World is changing and will be changing (I’m not talking the Buddhist sense of things being impermanent) in spite and despite us. But rather than being a bystander, or one who remains inspired, I want so much to be in ‘spirit’ and in the act of this ‘great change’. I want to be part of this change and if possible be the one to influence these great changes. To change the world I start by changing my mindset by taking a proactive stand to the environment around me.
Because of Operation Cast Lead, my conscience propel me to take action, thus 80% of the fund for this book will be donated to Gazan children. This is the least I could do for them to release the pain and sorrow in my heart:( I have told the Gazan children to be patient because I am working very hard so that I can help them directly and with your support, I can do it!!
Thank you very much for your support!
With Great Love, Sunflower Chong
NB: The book My Spiritual Journey - Searching for 'The Voice'in my dream is dedicated to Palestine, therefore 80% of the funds will go to Bringing Hope to GAZA. I would like to support Heidi because she is doing a great job and I'm very proud of her and you can also donate directly.
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