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Al Diaz, Worth Grace on “Messages of Peace from Hawaii”

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Saturday, March 9th  10am PST

Al Diaz and co-host Worth Grace share their insights on “Messages of Peace from Hawaii”

Messages of Peace from Hawaii is an intimate collection of wishes, prayers and stories from authors who write to humanity from their homes in the islands. With a foreword from Dr. Raj Kumar and a special submission from Dr. Aurora Juliana Ariel PhD, the book spans ages 8 to 75 years of age and includes heartfelt words from children, men and women from all different backgrounds. This is a poignant, integrated body of work that expresses the simple sincerity of Aloha and the love so many across the world currently seek.

Inspired by a desire to share the radiant kindness of their everyday lives, Publishers Worth Grace and Lori Chaffin sought to compile entries that demonstrated a unified stand across cultures to encourage readers to realize that peace is real, and wherever there is peace, there are prayers for all of humanity. Some silly, some serious, submissions were selected based on their ability to cheer the soul and power the mind - with the gentle spirit of Aloha has a common thread. In a world consumed by violent media, the entire book is a gem for our time.

Worth Grace is a publisher and writer with 10 years of experience producing in media at international and local levels. She has a BA in English, Journalism with experience across digital and print platforms, and she fuses a dynamic expertise in public relations with her passion for projects. She has studied the power of storytelling as a vehicle for community and change throughout her life, which started with her love for books as a child. She has worked intensively on projects in Romania, Mexico & across the United States. Now a full-time resident of Honolulu, she is the editorial director and co-founder of Inspired Wellness Publishing with Lori Chaffin.  www.worthgrace.com

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