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At Soto Zen Monasteries meals are preceded by a chant: "Seventy-two labors brought us this food. We should know how it comes to us..." There are 72 traditional roles in the monastery, from cook's helper to abbot. Together they make the life of community possible. In the same way making peace and the work of the International Committee for the Peace Council depended on the awareness, the labor, and the generosity of many persons.

The Peace Council is no longer in existence; it operated from 1994 to 2010. The International Committee for the Peace Council closed in 2010. So it can no longer accept contributions. This website continues to provide a public record of the Peace Councilors' activities and accomplishments.


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