Prayer for Peace


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Date Fall 2004

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From the four corners of the globe came the Twelve Tribes of Israel passing through the Garden of Eden and, filled with lovingkindess, spread their love to all.

The entire prayer is basically summed up by the words directly below the Arabic: "God, you are peace and from you comes peace, Master of peace, bless us in peace, Amen."

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The Twelve Tribes are represented in the corners by what could be taken as jewels from the breastplate (with gold leaves) with the traditional four-letter abbreviation for God's name in each corner.




A comet-streaked Jerusalem night sky symbolizes the holiness and hopes for this prayer which also includes a special stanza in Arabic.



The Jerusalem landscape with an extract from the last psalm in the Book of Psalms (150:6): "Let everything that has breath praise the Lord, Hallelujah"





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