I would like to invite you to help further in co-creating peace. Please see my http://www.moving-overseas-guide.com/imagine-peace.html page and contact me if you would like to help.
PetePosted 8月 27th, 2009 by sinzapatos
There are thousands of organisations and millions of micro-movements around the world all doing their thing, in millions of different ways. to help raise conciousness and help bring peace to themselves and to the world. I am just one of many doing my little bit in my own way.Posted 8月 24th, 2009 by sinzapatos
今日は、「ワンネスデイ」の投票について呼びかけてみました。Posted 8月 24th, 2009 by mir1379
Posted 8月 22nd, 2009 by misscorvus13
Beautiful and inspiring song ~ I hope the days come easy and the moments pass slow, and each road leads you where you wanna go, and if you're faced with a choice, and you have to choose, I hope you choose the one that means the ...
In the hectic day, this brief video is soothing to the eye and the ear~Take two minutes for you~
I have been thinking at bit, about what an Oneness-day would do in our life's, as individuals, for one day when you gather your family and friends to speak och to think together of your own changes that needs to be don to create in, your society to a better place to be, a Oneness-day. We have during many, many years drifted apart from each other and lost the feeling about humanity. We have started to fear each other and as time passes it will be harder to "throw the rope" to bind us together again and act to one another as we should, namely as One, as a World and as a Family.Posted 8月 15th, 2009 by Septua
(Metaphysical Adaptation of Herbert Kretzmers’:
“I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Misérables
©2009 by R. Giurado
Teammate R. Giruado
I am interested in either joining an existing group for forming such a group, that consists of deaf people relying on sign language or hearing persons with sign language skills, to have discussions about CwG and what we can do for the deaf community. We also need to advocate for closed captioning of DVD's and other forms of media used by CwG groups as well as trying to make training opportunities communicatively accessible via sign language interpreters or CART services (live open captions).
Posted 8月 8th, 2009 by arpinmn