Peace Pilgrim : Her Life And Work In Her Own Words
The silver-haired woman walked away from her name and vowed to "remain a wanderer until mankind has learned the way of peace". On New Year's Day, 1953, she walked ahead of the Tournament of Roses parade handing out peace messages. It was the beginning of a pilgrimage that would last eighteen years. Traveling on foot without money or possessions, with only the food and shelter offered by well-wishers, she carried her simple yet compelling message throughout the United States and Canada. After the first 25,000 miles she stopped counting.
Peace Pilgrim's account of her journeys across America and her spiritual discoveries along the way continues to inspire growing numbers of readers worldwide.
Chapter 1: Growing Up
Chapter 2: The Spiritual Growing Up
Chapter 3: The Pilgrimage
Chapter 4: Reflections on the Pilgrimage
Chapter 5: Living the Simple Life
Chapter 6: Solving Life’s Problems
Chapter 7: Living the Spiritual Life Thoughts to Ponder
Chapter 8: The Way of Peace
Chapter 9: Extensions of Pacifism
Chapter 10: Children and the Way of Peace
Chapter 11: Transforming our Society
Chapter 12: The Way of a Pilgrim