By (author) Professor Nader Angha

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  • Publisher: MTO Publications
  • Format: CD-Audio
  • Dimensions: 126mm x 142mm x 14mm | 118g
  • Publication date: 1 February 2012
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1904916635
  • ISBN 13: 9781904916635
  • Sales rank: 1,131,358

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Based on an invitational address to an international audience of scholars, government representatives, and peace organisations in Washington D.C., His holiness Hazrat Salaheddin Ali Nader Angha, the Sufi Master of our time, carefully examines the concept of PEACE. The important and very welcome words of His eminence are published here, with noble and deep spiritual intentions, in order to extend the hand of friendship to you as a reader, and to urge each of you to reflect upon its message with a free and unbiased mind. In these trying times humanity must overcome all barriers to freedom and PEACE. "...The true meaning of PEACE refers to the inner freedom and spiritual elevation of every individual...When man arrives at this state, he will not be subjected to changes and will not partake in greed, avarice, belligerent actions, destructive behaviour, transgression, killing and war."

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His Holiness Hazrat Salaheddin Ali Nader Angha, known as Professor Nader Angha, is the forty second Sufi Master in an unbroken succession of eminent Sufi Masters dating back to the seventh century. He is the present Master of Maktab Tarighat Oveyssi Shahmaghsoudi, School of Islamic Sufism. Educated in the U.S. in mathematics and physics, Hazrat Pir's knowledge is not limited to the esoteric disciplines and sacred sciences, but extends to other disciplines, including physics, mathematics, astrophysics, astronomy, biophysics, architecture, and philosophy. He is the author of numerous works in poetry and prose. The School has thrived under the tutelage of His Holiness and there are now over 500,000 students worldwide.