Category: Imagine Magazine

Imagine Peace Magazine

It was with great enthusiasm that Sedona International City of Peace launched its inaugural issue of Imagine in the fall of 2015. We envisioned the publication to be a vehicle to explore challenging social issues and to provide inspiration and actions that might help to create greater awareness, peace and  harmony in our community, our sister Cities of Peace, and our world.
Each issue focuses the lens of peace on a particular theme like education, the arts, or the environment. We solicit articles from people from all walks of life in Sedona and beyond who see ways we can begin to heal our planet and ourselves. They freely share their personal experiences, perspectives and knowledge in ways that enrich us all and keep courageous conversations alive and flowing.
Currently we are looking for ways to expand our audience through collaboration and partnership with other Cities of Peace and their networks around the world. At this writing there are more than 160 International Cities of Peace. We welcome their wisdom, insight and contributions in their stand for peace, and look forward to working together to help create a more peaceful future on this earth.

Making Connections through Music with the Intention of Creating Peace

Do you believe we can have peace on earth? Seems like most people want to, but don’t really think it’s possible. Maybe that’s the problem? I’ve often said I believe we can have peace in the world, and most folks just say, “Good luck with that.” So, this is what some might call a grand challenge. But the way to achieve such an...

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Love Activated

As writers, we have words we can spare. Words that arise from the wellspring of our love of, in service of our love for. Words that bring our inner light to the outer life. “I have some food I can spare,” is a phrase used in gift economies when a person offers a gift without the expectation of a reciprocal gesture. However,...

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Privilege, Empathy, and Hope for Peace

One of the greatest illusions we have as Americans is that we rightly deserve everything that we have, or that we have justifiably earned everything that we have accomplished. While this may be true for a few, is it really true for most of us? If we are completely honest, wasn’t there someone or something in our past that made...

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