Living in Harmony » Harmony Reflections

The essays in this section explore ancient religious and philosophical traditions that speak of Harmony. We plan to make these essays available during 2019.

David Cadman reflects on the ideas of HRH The Prince of Wales about Nature's principles of Harmony and the need today, more than ever, to develop a more harmonious relationship between humankind and the natural... more
In this essay, Bhai Sahib (Dr) Mohinder Singh shares his understanding of what constitutes a harmonious way of living from a Sikh perspective. Harmony, he explains, can "re-energize and regenerate our relationships, interactions and the ways in which we can work together". Whilst representing a balanced state, harmony is... more
Harmony in Islam is the Qur’an. Let us build upon this premise, from it, and around it, as from the foundation of a building or from the centre of a radial pattern, to show how it is verified at every turn and at every instance of Muslim... more
Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg explores the presence of harmony and disharmony in Judaism, acknowledging that there is "an obvious Hebrew equivalent for ‘harmony’, the familiar word Shalom. Generally rendered in translations of the Hebrew Bible or liturgy as ‘peace’, the root meaning of shalomis... more
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