Ray of Hope for Peace
With all the chaos in our world today, how can we possibly hope for peace? Moved to action by the events of 9-11-01 and America's subsequent war on terrorism, Ray Madaghiele bicycled 3,369 miles in 70 days from Phoenix, Arizona to Ground Zero, New York City, to share an inspiring message along the way and honor all the heroes who demonstrated such compassion and exemplary character in the aftermath of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Pieces of a magnificent puzzle will be revealed mile by mile as the author shares his struggles, triumphs, and insights discovered along the route through heartland America. Ray of Hope for Peace is the first book to present practical solutions for creating unshakable peace of mind and peace in the world by applying proven universal scientific and spiritual principles in an easy-to-understand, conversational, and entertaining way. This wonderfully uplifting book will stimulate your mind and warm your heart as you join the author on this extraordinary journey. It will renew and revtalize your own hope for peace, and inspire you to share that hope with others. Book jacket.
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