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Comment by bridget orman on August 31, 2011 at 9:32pm

recieved this email from Krystyna can anyone help her with her problem

Krystyna Postawa has added you as a friend on iPeace

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Could you tell me what happened? I cannot acces iPeace, don't see the first page, received a note: " page don't exist".Love,Krystyna Postawa
liliowybez@wp.pl
above my private mail address

Comment by G Alexander McDonell on December 11, 2008 at 7:31pm
Dear all,

I am currently interested in martial arts as a path to peace (aikido, and such techniques that peacefully deal with aggression). I would like to find others who are interested in these ideas. Ideally it would be great to create a group here on ipeace - something like "warriors for peace"

The difficulty is finding the people who would be interested. Do you know anyone, or would you have any idea how to find those people?

thanks,
Alexander
Comment by Dennis on December 10, 2008 at 12:52pm
Christmas Programme For The Homeless and Handicapped Children



We will be having a Christmas programme for the Homeless and Handicapped Children from 20th Dec 2008 to 2nd Jan 2009.

We are giving out Free Food,Cloths, and WheelChairs. There will be games,Talk,Stalls and Drama. About 500 Homeless and Handicapped Children will take part in this programme.

I promise to post events in Pictures and Video here after the events.

Our Budget for the programme is about $1800.

Please we need your support and donation to give the kids hope and happiness this Christmas period.

Peace and Love,
Dennis
Comment by Adam Neiman on December 9, 2008 at 10:34pm
that's what we're evolving towards, sure. but we need to fulfill people's short term needs so they don't blow this up again before we get to paradise!
Comment by Wael on December 9, 2008 at 10:25pm
I agree with you we need the interim market. But we should not give up with it .. personally I have a vision of post-national sustainable society, , empowered individuals, with new value-system and community currency.
Comment by Adam Neiman on December 9, 2008 at 9:59pm
thanks, Wael. but Palestine has to generate LOTS of jobs for the refugees to accept compensation and settle in Palestine. they need markets for their goods & they need them NOW. If they're going to wait then they might as well wait for a one state solution.
Comment by Wael on December 9, 2008 at 7:02pm
Adam, the traditional economics is the main part of most crises in life. The help we need is by introducing new solution and ideas belongs to new generation of understanding reality and nature.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLhkK1KoTR8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sohI6vnWZmk

And I believe we Palestinian need to learn natural-resistance and co-creation society foundations instead of consumption and depending on others.
Comment by Adam Neiman on December 9, 2008 at 6:35pm
my company, No Sweat Apparel produces organic cotton T-shirts at a sweatshop-free Palestinian owned factory on Virgin Mary Street in Bethlehem. Here’s a link to an al Jazeera segment about the project.

http://www.youtube.com/nosweatapparel

Our Jewish, Israeli & US mainstream press has been just as positive. Apparently we’ve found an elusive piece of common ground- more good jobs for Palestinians in Palestine will help the situation. While economic development is no substitute for a diplomatic settlement, no settlement can survive without a sustainable Palestinian economy. So while waiting for a political resolution we have created a mechanism for ordinary citizens of good faith to build good will on the ground & support the peace to come. We’re marketing these T-shirts wholesale (blank or custom printed) to Jewish, Muslim, Christian & secular schools & camps in the US, Canada & Israel.

The concept is simple. When faced with an apparently irresolvable conflict, if there is any one thing all parties agree on- do that one thing and see what happens.

but strong concept is the lesser 3rd of a successful business. to realize the concept requires adequate resources & strong execution. The current economic crisis has made a tough sell to investors MUCH harder.

we've gone very far on strength of concept alone but I don't know how mouch longer we can hang in. please help!
Comment by Larry on December 4, 2008 at 4:48pm

i love the artwork and the peaceful feelings
in all of our warm home pages... as we experience
our presence across the ondas of the woven web...
may the waves of your loving energy roll on...
to the i n f i n i t e shores of the universe ...
gently touching the feet of our creator...
standing there at the Ocean's edge...
guiding our path to Love...
with a loving smile...

larry --in key largo

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look what happened to the fishes...
Open Door World.com / fish
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LINK: Wyland Wall Key Largo

(that's me, in the bottom middle,
dark blue t-shirt and Wyland cap...
taking a picture of Wyland!
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Please Sign the "Ocean Petition":
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Autism Awareness -- Key Largo
Gentle Dragon dot org
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Comment by Wael on November 13, 2008 at 1:20pm
Vic, here you are : $$
:)

you can make the school with the community you want to teach. You can use other currency than $
Check: http://www.aboutus.org/3DN_Organizing_to_Heal_Nature_and_Produce_Abundance
 

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