Sadhu Vaswani Mission has launched the 2016 Moment of Calm Campaign with the theme ‘Forgive: Find the missing Peace.’
This global forgiveness campaign urges people all over the world to observe August 2 at 2 pm local time, as a moment to forgive and seek forgiveness. At that time, one is requested to observe 2 minutes of silence, clear their heart of misgivings and breathe out an aspiration of peace & harmony.
The Moment of Calm marks the birth time of Rev. Dada J.P. Vaswani, the current Spiritual Head of the Mission.
The Moment of Calm continues to make a tremendous impact in the lives of many all over the world.
Amongst other celebrities, the cast of Bal Veer have also joined the movement this year. Bollywood Celebrity Aamir Khan continues to support this initiative declaring, “The power of forgiveness can bring peace to the world.”
This year, the Moment of Calm has also gained the support of many international organisations including, Unify, Project Happiness, Project Forgive, Peace Within is World Peace, Love Peace Harmony and Yogaville.
The campaign is an effort to spread peace and harmony throughout the world. The goal is to generate powerful positive vibrations by raising world consciousness through the power of forgiveness.
This campaign is supported by social media & digital networks, believing that each act of forgiveness inspires others to do the same triggering of a positive chain reaction.
One can pledge to observe the Moment of Calm in any of these ways:
The Campaign has set up a hotline at +91-020-26055640.
The Moment of Calm marks the birth time of an Apostle of love and peace – Rev. Dada J.P. Vaswani, Spiritual Head of Sadhu Vaswani Mission. He affirms, “Forgiveness is the golden key to peace.”
In Pune, Rev. Dada J.P. Vaswani will lead the congregation in a special forgiveness meditation on August 2 at 2pm. This event will be broadcast LIVE to the world.
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