Representatives of Hare Krishna, Hinduism, and Christianity shared their scripture in one place.
Awareness created of unifying ideologies to end religious conflicts
New Zealand, Wellington – August 12, 2015, Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light (HWPL, Chairman Man Hee Lee) New Zealand Branch hosted the second interfaith dialogue of scriptures in Wellington.
Under the theme of ‘Conflict and Peace mentioned in each religion’s scripture or text’, each religious leader delivered a speech based on their scriptures. Speakers included Mr. Janmashtami Krishna Das representing the Hare Krishna faith, Dr. Rajiv Chaturvedi representing Hinduism, and a Christian scholar Mr. Christopher Matthews.
After the speech, participants expressed positively that “we get to understand each other through this scripture dialogue and we take a step forward in harmony despite our different religions.”
Afterwards, participants witnessed the peace movement directed by Chairman of HWPL, Mr. Man Hee Lee and Chairwomen of International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG), through a hope-filled and inspiring video.
Having watched the video, Dr. Rajiv Chaturvedi from Hindu Council of Wellington said that “I had the privilege of attending the first peace summit which was held in Sept 2014 by HWPL,” and “I noticed that a number of youth and not just youth, but everyone volunteered for Mr. Lee’s peace movement. It’s very obvious that something is going to be achieved and it is spreading around the world after the peace summit.”
As an NGO aiming to achieve world peace, HWPL is working actively to pursue religious harmony and the enactment of the international law for world peace and cessation of wars. HWPL is consistently holding scriptural dialogues through 88 offices in 50 different countries all over the world, which has greatly surprised the whole world.
Today, who have declared majestically peace?
The Answer is just international peace leader, Man Hee Lee of HWPL!!
Chairman ‘ManHeeLee’ of HWPL, the peace activist, will leave peace as a legacy to the future generations by having all agree and sign for the enactment of the international law for the cessation of war and world peace.