Notes From the Masters Class, June 6, 2018

We have a real crisis in America today. It is a moral crisis. For those of us who lived through the Viet Nam War and were exposed to brilliant moral leadership, today’s crisis is as much about leadership as it is about asylum seekers knocking at the door of America for what we hope is still freedom.

These two articles will give you sense of perspective about where we are right now.

A little over 50 years ago, right after the assignation of Dr. Martin Luther King, we heard what is perhaps the greatest speech in American History. Senator Robert F. Kennedy, running for President of the United States, climbed up on a flat bed truck, surrounded by a potentially violent crowd of black people and made this speech. Looking back on what was said that night and what was accomplished, it is hard to imagine today anything of similar power or wisdom being spoken by our current leader. We have devolved. We no longer talk about moral values, nor do we ever hear encouraging words for unity in America from the hearts of our leadership.

Join with me today to let our natural American goodness shine through this horrible treatment of these powerless human beings with love and compassion for those much worse off than we are.

John Randolph Price and the 2010 Global Peace Meditation

John and Jan Price have managed and led the Global Peace Meditation each New Years Eve Morning for twenty five years. This video was recorded at the December 31, 2010 event held in Boerne, Texas. The meditation was based on Noon Greenwich Mean Time and was observed by more than 500 million people around the world. It has become a tradition. John and Jan, with remarkable simplicity once again created a global community focused on the clear possibility that our destiny lies in global peace and the ability to cooperate and work together. We are very fortunate to have been at this event and are pleased to share it with our viewers.