Installation “The Dialogue” for World Peace and Prayer encourages humanity from all religions to rejoice in our commonality. Step through the door to where we all participate and learn from the oneness we all hold in common. The installation ´s purpose is to contribute to peace on earth—it challenges us to think again about the importance of great teachers and our need for their wisdom in our contemporary society. Our future depends on a collective understanding of peace and harmony, without ownership, where we use ecosystems responsibly.
One day we will awaken to the fundamental reality that we are a creation intimately connected and breathing together throughout eternity. Compassion begins with the awareness that all creation is alive, all part of one another and involved with one another. Humanity will compete in a world where food and energy, ecological insecurity and global poverty create pressure for our societies to develop and change. By embracing peace, cultural differences, practicing forgiveness and reconciliation, with those within and outside our individual faith, we as global citizens can move forward towards the creation of a more peaceful, just and humane society.
This exhibition tries to promote and expand life experience; it aims to encourage us to think again about the importance of great teachers and philosophers and their effect from generation to generation. Whether you love god, science, explore meditation, practice yoga, follow anthropology and or embrace psychology, the variations within each of us are limitless, as are the edges of space and time. Humans change and evolve and we do it collectively as well as one mind at a time. The installation encourages humankind to remember the vulnerable planet Earth and how it is being stressed to the limit as a result of what we believe. Our future, and that of our progeny, is dependent upon our planet’s resources. Our future depends on collective understanding and the use of ecosystems responsibly so that we can live on this planet together in peace and harmony, without ownership.
“The Dialogue Project” represents 5,000 years of great spiritual teachings through image. The 27 images are painted with egg yolk and dry pigments from 5 continents around the world. The images are flanked by 40 prayer wheels, and 70 archetypal symbols. The entire exhibit is curved, 32 feet by 11 feet high. The Generator Gallery has generously offered to help promote this project, introducing it to the public for the first time. Each Sunday, 11Am, a van will provide transport to the site with Mary Jane Miller as hostess. Tickets 100 peso donation. Was Located; kilometer 4 in Cieneguita, on the way to Leon and Guanajuato. www.peacebestill.net