Cries of Life

Cries of Life

by Masami Saionji


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Cries of Life by Masami Saionji

This first collection of poems by Masami Saionji carries us into a world of light, love, and divinity-a world of angels descending to Earth to uplift humanity, a world of self-reliance and self-creation, a world of prayer, a world without walls. In this world, we find infinite joy, infinite healing, and infinite life, even beyond our physical death.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781452825083
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/29/2010
Pages: 116
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.28(d)

About the Author

Descended from the Royal Ryuku Family of Okinawa, Masami Saionji was born in Tokyo, Japan. She was educated in Japan at Gakushuin Women's Junior College and studied English in the United States at Michigan State and Stanford Universities. At an early age she became a Master of Japanese Classical Dance, and taught students for more than ten years.

While in her teens, she came in touch with the peace vision of philosopher Masahisa Goi, who later designated her as his successor and adopted daughter. She heads several peace organizations, including the Goi Peace Foundation, founded in Japan, and the World Peace Prayer Society, headquartered in New York. She is perhaps best known for her leadership of the international Peace Pole Initiative, which places visual reminders of peace in key locations around the world. In November 2001, she was named an honorary member of the Club of Budapest in recognition of her exceptional efforts for world peace. In August 2008, she received the Philosopher Saint Shree Dnyaneshwara World Peace Prize 2007 in from the World Peace Center in Pune, India.

Masami Saionji has authored over twenty books in Japanese and seven in English and other languages. She has lived in North America and Europe, and travels extensively on speaking and seminar tours. She and her husband, the descendant of a Japanese prime minister, have three daughters. They currently live in Tokyo.

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