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Published: Sunday, 10/24/2010

Uniting in Global Oneness

Joseph Zielinski, left, of Toledo, the Rev. Barb Walley of Maumee, and Matt Ruch of Toledo join a circle for the closing affirmation as part of Global Oneness Day at Sacred Threads Center for Spiritual Living in Holland. The event Sunday recognized inner unity and outer diversity.


CTY global25p   Arnold Koester (cq), of Toledo, left, reads a prayer. At right is Rev. Barb Walley (cq), of Maumee. Sacred Threads Center for Spiritual Living celebrates "Global Oneness Day" at their center in Holland, Ohio on October 24, 2010. Sacred Threads Center for Spiritual Living is one of thousands celebrating "Global Oneness Day" this weekend, according to Rev. Barbara Walley. It's a special day to honor our inner unity and outer  diversity, one day that exemplifies joyful ways to live, work, love, and celebrate our humanity with compassionate hearts and intentional minds  for peace and harmony between all religions, cultures and people on Earth. Jetta Fraser/The Blade CTY global25p Arnold Koester (cq), of Toledo, left, reads a prayer. At right is Rev. Barb Walley (cq), of Maumee. Sacred Threads Center for Spiritual Living celebrates "Global Oneness Day" at their center in Holland, Ohio on October 24, 2010. Sacred Threads Center for Spiritual Living is one of thousands celebrating "Global Oneness Day" this weekend, according to Rev. Barbara Walley. It's a special day to honor our inner unity and outer diversity, one day that exemplifies joyful ways to live, work, love, and celebrate our humanity with compassionate hearts and intentional minds for peace and harmony between all religions, cultures and people on Earth. Jetta Fraser/The Blade
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Arnold Koester of Toledo reads a prayer. Peace prayers from the Hindu, Islamic, Buddhist, Jewish, Baha'i, Shinto, and Christian faiths were recited.


CTY global25p  "We genuinely believe in our oneness with all of life and do our best to live in harmony with all people and our planet", says Rev. Barb Walley in her welcome remarks in the service program. A prayer for peace from the Hindu, Islamic, Buddhist, Jewish, Baha'i, Shinto, Christian faiths is echoed in the objects on the new and growing altar. Sacred Threads Center for Spiritual Living celebrates "Global Oneness Day" at their center in Holland, Ohio on October 24, 2010. Sacred Threads Center for Spiritual Living is one of thousands celebrating "Global Oneness Day" this weekend, according to Rev. Barbara Walley. It's a special day to honor our inner unity and outer  diversity, one day that exemplifies joyful ways to live, work, love, and celebrate our humanity with compassionate hearts and intentional minds  for peace and harmony between all religions, cultures and people on Earth. Jetta Fraser/The Blade CTY global25p "We genuinely believe in our oneness with all of life and do our best to live in harmony with all people and our planet", says Rev. Barb Walley in her welcome remarks in the service program. A prayer for peace from the Hindu, Islamic, Buddhist, Jewish, Baha'i, Shinto, Christian faiths is echoed in the objects on the new and growing altar. Sacred Threads Center for Spiritual Living celebrates "Global Oneness Day" at their center in Holland, Ohio on October 24, 2010. Sacred Threads Center for Spiritual Living is one of thousands celebrating "Global Oneness Day" this weekend, according to Rev. Barbara Walley. It's a special day to honor our inner unity and outer diversity, one day that exemplifies joyful ways to live, work, love, and celebrate our humanity with compassionate hearts and intentional minds for peace and harmony between all religions, cultures and people on Earth. Jetta Fraser/The Blade
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An altar displays items from multiple faiths.




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