Marc Daniels

A Song of Hope: Weed Out Hate; Sow the Seeds of Peace

The real life impact of Operation Protective Edge on innocent lives is horrific. The misdeeds of the few are causing pain for the many. The terrorists are always striving to keep us in the dark, to bring out our worst aspects of fear, hatred, and retribution.

As campaign chairman of the Weed Out Hate Initiative, I inspire kids and adults all over the world, to root out symbolic weeds of hatred as a physical prayer for cleansing our hearts and souls. What distinguishes this initiative from other well-meaning peace campaigns is how it acknowledges the root cause of hatred, literally, the detachment from our spiritual roots. The are the spiritual roots that will one day unite us back to the garden.

Attempting to spread, sing, and think love without rooting out our inner weeds of hatred is like putting on make up without first cleansing our pores.

A few years ago, Daimyo Jackson agreed to produce a campaign song to convey this critical difference in mentality and thinking.  Share it with your friends and family.

About the Author
As the eldest grandson of Ross Daniels, the inventor of a horticultural irrigation tool for deep watering and feeding at the deepest roots, Marc spent the first half of his career learning about global gardening and gardener's trends. Ten years ago, he began thinking about how to take his grandfather's vision to the next level, for inspiring humanity to weed out hate and sow the seeds of peace through spiritual gardening.
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