Words of Peace Global News[Wed, 25 Jan 2017]
[Sat, 28 Feb 2015]
This, our final release, includes the audio from two special events in India where Prem Rawat addressed audiences in English. The first is from the “Medicine for Peace” event held at RML Hospital in New Delhi, where he spoke to doctors and staff, encouraging them to find the “pill for peace”. The second audio is […]
[Fri, 13 Feb 2015]
At an event in Osaka, Japan in October 2014, Prem Rawat addressed an audience of people who regularly listen to his message. In this address, he speaks about the ability to choose, and how powerful it is. A person can choose exactly what he or she wants in life: happiness or misery, knowledge or ignorance, […]
[Fri, 06 Feb 2015]
This video is taken from an event in Johannesburg, South Africa, in November 2014. In this address, Prem Rawat focuses on the stark difference between the dust and elements that make up a human body and the life that makes that body into a human being. He proposes that knowing the value of one’s life […]
[Thu, 22 Jan 2015]
“Know yourself. Yes, you have problems, but you have an inner strength. Yes, you have doubts, but you have clarity inside of you. Yes, you have problems, but you also have the solutions. You see, you have not discovered your strength. You have discovered all your shortcomings because you kept going to the mirror and […]
[Fri, 16 Jan 2015]
This episode is taken from an event in Barcelona, Spain, in December 2014. At this event, Prem Rawat spoke about how exceptional it is for a human being to exist in the larger scheme of this earth, and what an opportunity every person has to understand and celebrate this life. He also described his recent […]
[Sat, 10 Jan 2015]
This special release includes the audio of Prem Rawat’s addresses at two very special events in South Africa. The first is from Prem Rawat’s visit to Zonderwater Prison, where over 750 inmates have participated in the Peace Education Program (PEP) over five years, resulting in reduced violence and changed lives, according to both the wardens […]
[Fri, 02 Jan 2015]
As part of an initiative to help young people do more for a peaceful world, Prem Rawat and the Scouts Association of Malaysia signed a “Pledge to Peace” in September 2014 at an event attended by 500 scouts and scout leaders. In an engaging address, Prem Rawat spoke particularly to the younger scouts, emphasizing that […]
[Sun, 28 Dec 2014]
[Fri, 05 Dec 2014]
“This is the want of every single human being on the face of this earth. It doesn’t matter what mask they’re wearing that day. ‘Oh, no, this is what I want; this is what I want; this is what’—no, no, no, no, no. This is the wish of every single human being on the face […]
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WOPG (Words of Peace Global
The Words of Peace Global Foundation (WOPG) presents a panorama of stories, news articles, interactions, and other materials, about Prem Rawat’s message. WOPG is composed largely of volunteers around the world who have experienced the peace and fulfillment of Prem Rawat’s message and want to help others do the same. We believe that every person should have the opportunity to answer life’s fundamental questions; we’ve seen that, when each one of us truly connects with our own humanity — with who we really are — we will connect with the humanity in others. Like millions of people around the globe, we want to see a world where everyone can experience peace beyond the absence of war. Not as an ideal, but as a reality. We believe that, in order to change the world, we first have to change ourselves. We want to see a better world and we believe it can happen — one human being at a time.
WOPG’s sole function is to make Prem Rawat’s message widely available through live events, online audio-visual materials, and written articles. WOPG also assist people to pursue it further, if they wish, via The Keys, and provide everyone with the access, materials, and assistance they may need. Growing from the initial efforts of a very small group of dedicated people in the early 1970s, there is now an expanding network of volunteers in 82 countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa, and the Pacific.
Words of Peace is an award winning television series featuring Maharaji’s Message of Peace. It is broadcast on satellite television throughout the South and North America, Europe, Australia, Asia and the Pacific— in 50 countries and 48 languages each week. WOPG hosts events with Prem Rawat ranging from small, intimate talks to international tours. They also host television programs on a wide range of channels across the world, and put out regular LiveStream broadcasts and webcasts of Prem Rawat’s talks. It reaches to over 25 million people in United States alone. It has won several awards in Australia, and the program is broadcast to neighboring countries New Zealand and Fiji as well. Australian television stations that reach almost four million viewers are regularly broadcasting the television series. WOPG video series also received 1st prize in ‘People's choice for Best Television series’ in Amsterdam.
The program is won acclaimed unanimously in all the countries. Many viewers leave appreciative messages on the program's website, and phone information line. One viewer said, "I'm so pleased that I've managed to see a couple of these shows. It's enlightened me and made me feel much more at peace with myself." Another commented, "It's a blessing to listen to a man of peace."
One viewer, who came across US television personality Burt Wolf interviewing Prem Rawat, posted: "Last night, I was flipping channels desperately trying to avoid 'Desperate Housewives' when I came upon the most incredible show I've ever seen on TV in my life."
The Brazilian Association of Community Television Channels has given its highest award to Words of Peace three times. Fernando Mauro Trezza, President of the Brazilian Association of Community Television Channels, presented the award to WOPG for its exceptional message. "While many programs are special," he said, "some are essential. WOPG, which presents Prem Rawat’s message, is one of these unique programs. This program is receiving this distinction because of its important contribution toward building a culture of peace in Brazil. The feeling of peace that Prem Rawat introduces people to is very important for everyone. It is essential to spread this feeling within to everyone in Brazil. This program is a great contribution toward the triumph of inner peace. Prem Rawat’s message has the potential to unite all Brazilians in inner contentment. I know that peace is really possible in Brazil."
In 2008, WOPG was incorporated as an international charitable foundation, registered in the Netherlands. It is funded entirely by donations from supporters and all its activities are free of charge. You can get in touch with WOPG at following address:
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Ph: 855 367 9674 (US)