Professor Mary Farqhuar, Director of the Griffith Asia Pacific Research Institute, Brisbane, Australia.

Prem Rawat has received widespread recognition for providing inspiration and guidance to audiences around the world on tonight’s topic for peace. Proclamations and resolutions that honor his work: keys to the City, letters of appreciation, invitations from government officials, and these are among the many ways that he’s been welcomed throughout the years. We’re used to hearing about peace as the absence of war. We normally put the responsibility of peace on governments and on political organizations. We seldom talk about peace from a human, from our own, perspective. We seldom highlight the important role of each human being, each one of us, in bringing peace to the world. Tonight, we hear Prem Rawat’s fresh and innovative views on peace.

What people say

Millions of people have been touched by Prem Rawat's message of inner Peace and contentment. He addresses people from various walks of life. Whether he speaks to uneducated farmers in remote villages in India or to business leaders and government officials, his message remains same and directed to each individual. Expression from people in different walks of life, inspired by the message of Prem Rawat: