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iPeace South Asia

South Asia is home to over one fifth of the world’s population, making it the most populous geographical region.It has often seen conflicts, political instability and wars. Now, it's time to make lasting peace in the region.

Location: PESHAWAR, NWFP, PAKISTAN
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Latest Activity: Jun 17, 2011

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Comment by Clicia Pavan on September 6, 2009 at 12:09am

Children,abandoned to their fate the war, when they die by bullet, dying of hunger and cold today --- 90 killed half of them children - My heart cries --- is to blame the warlords, by innocent death, heavy weapons, war uneven ---
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Los niños, abandonados a su suerte de la guerra, cuando mueren por balas, muriendo de hambre y frío los niños de hoy --- 90 muertos medio de ellos - Mi corazón llora --- es culpar a los señores de la guerra, por la muerte de inocentes, armas pesadas, la guerra irregular
Asia ---DISARM-DISARM-DISARM-DISARM
Comment by Clicia Pavan on September 5, 2009 at 11:54pm

Asia ---DISARM-DISARM-DISARM-DISARM- Turn your swords and weapons in another activity
PAZ. For the children of the world to your
FREEDOM to get up without feeling more afraid of war and violence!
DISARM-DISARM-DISARM-DISARM-
We are all brothers
We are all equal
We are children of the Earth
Sun, water, air
We are children of God
We are all pilgrims
For this earth to travel
With the most intense mission
Mission to promote peace
God illuminates our path
Give to each of us wisdom
Love, kindness, humility
to do what is right
DISARM-DISARM-DISARM-DISARM-
05/09/2009
ONU calls for investigation of air strikes that left dozens dead in Afghanistan
Asia ---DISARM-DISARM-DISARM-DISARM-
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-Dé vuelta a su espadas y armas en otra actividad
Paz. Para los niños del mundo a su
LIBERTAD levantarse sin sentir más miedo de la guerra y la violencia!
Desarmar desarmar desarmar desarmar
Todos somos hermanos
Todos somos iguales
Somos hijos de la Tierra
Sol, agua, aire
Somos hijos de Dios
Todos somos peregrinos
Por esta tierra para viajar
Con la misión más intensa
Misión de promover la paz
Dios ilumina nuestro camino
Dar a cada uno de nosotros la sabiduría
El amor, la bondad, la humildad
para hacer lo correcto
Desarmar desarmar desarmar desarmar
05/09/2009
ONU pide una investigación de los ataques aéreos que dejaron decenas muertos en Afganistán
Asia --- desarmar desarmar desarmar desarmar-------------
Comment by Clicia Pavan on September 1, 2009 at 4:54pm

International Day Of Peace September 21, 2009
There is no way to peace, peace is the way
Gandhi
Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God-Matthew 5:9.
Prince of Peace"Jesus is the messenger of peace
Peace is not absence of conflict but the ability to resolve conflicts without hate
Jesus said: "I leave you peace, my peace I give you.

Día Internacional de la Paz 21 de septiembre 2009
No hay camino hacia la paz, la paz es el camino
Gandhi
Bienaventurados los pacificadores, porque ellos serán llamados hijos de Dios-Mateo 5:9.
Príncipe de Paz "Jesús es el mensajero de la paz
La paz no es ausencia de conflicto sino la capacidad de resolver los conflictos sin odio
Jesús dijo: "La paz os dejo, mi paz os doy."

Comment by Clicia Pavan on August 23, 2009 at 9:44pm
ipeace a voice for peace in asia need more people to reach 100,000, --- more people to talk about peace, governments will have to hear is the voice of the world for peace, we be the majority and not the least of those who want peace, not violence --- the people united will win the wars, hunger and neglect of governments with refugees, children, diseases such as virus spreading around the world - Made-in laboratories - let us unite for peace The voice of peace to the world asks to listen his appeals for peace, peace, peace to men of good will --Namaste--- Clicia Pavan Hiroshima Day, London "The World March for Peace and Nonviolence will be presented at the CND yearly commemoration of the Hiroshima nuclear holocaust on Augost 6th, Tavistock Square, London at 12 noon.(silvia)"
Namaste
Comment by Clicia Pavan on August 21, 2009 at 5:26am

Comment by Clicia Pavan on August 21, 2009 at 5:13am
Peace to the world, peace to Pakistan, peace in our homes, peace,hope, love

Búsqueda de la paz "La ambición y la codicia, si bien no es sinónimo, confuso, a veces con la naturaleza humana. Las guerras "modernas" que estamos presenciando hoy en día, en la comodidad de nuestro sofá, la distancia de un comando, no nos a mirar la realidad como lo pintan. "
Las ideas equivocadas y el mal sólo puede ser suprimida por el pueblo de la nación donde no existe por la intervención de las naciones del exterior. La idea de corregir nada, ni ayudar a nadie por la guerra moderna - la masacre de hombres, mujeres y niños - nunca puede entrar en los cálculos de un verdadero pacifista - error con otro error
Resultados de la guerra en las muertes de personas que a menudo no tienen nada que ver con los crímenes que supuestamente justifican las represalias violentas --- El mundo no está sufriendo de la fiebre porcina, sino de miedo, el hambre y el abandono! ¿Quién mató a más inocentes? La influenza porcina ou las guerras?
El prejuicio, el fin justifica los medios? Las guerras en nombre de Dios "Dios es amor y la paz, la vida es un don de Dios y nadie puede tomar, matar para conseguir la paz? El amor engendra amor, el odio engendra violencia y el dolor --- La historia habla por sí mismo --- Namaste --- Clicia Pavan
Seeking Peace
"Ambition and greed, although not synonymous, confused, sometimes with human nature. Wars "modern" we are witnessing today, in the comfort of our couch, the distance of a command, lead us not to look at reality as it is painted."
Wrong and evil ideas can only be suppressed by the people of the nation where they exist not by intervention of outside nations. The idea of correcting anything or helping anyone by modern warfare - the massacre of men, women and children - can never enter into the calculations of a true pacifist - error with another error
War results in the deaths of people who often have nothing to do with the crimes allegedly justifying violent retaliation --- The world is suffering not from swine flu,but of fear, hunger and neglect!Who killed more innocent? The swine flu or the wars?
Prejudice, the ends justify the means? Wars in the name of God "God is love and peace, life is a gift from God and nobody can take it, kill to get peace?Love begets love, hate breeds violence and pain ---The story speaks for itself ---Namaste---Clicia Pavan
Comment by Clicia Pavan on August 17, 2009 at 4:12pm

Peace in Pakistan, religious intolerance, "This is not the work of Muslims." A group of extremists "playing against each other causing the hate, the chaos in the world, peace for the minorities, eas children, the elderly and patients who can not defend himself - Enough of terrorism, wars, Clicia Pavan---Namaste
Comment by Mahmood Iqbal on August 11, 2009 at 9:27am
Thank you, Sandra Reis, for posting this beautiful video song on iPeace South Asia on iPeace Network.
Love and Peace
Mahmood
Comment by Sandra Reis on August 10, 2009 at 5:12pm



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A scarf uncovers a smiling face
That tells the story of a changing place
She knows no greater wonder than what she's seen
She bears a heart of secrets from where she's been, she says
Hear me now
Hear me now
Hear me out, she cries
See me now
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See in me and I'll rise
She's worked hard and achieved
A new life's been received
So much pride in her eyes
She's thrown out her disguise
She's got a chance to make it on her own
Just one man gave hope to his home, he says
Hear me now
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Hear me out, he cries
See her now
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See in her and she'll rise
She speaks unfamiliar words
But so easily understood
It's like a tone in her voice
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She's so wonderful
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She finally broke the spell
You can tell
Hear me now
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Hear me out, she cries
See me now
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See in me and I'll rise
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Hear me out, he cries
See her now
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See in her and she'll rise
A scarf uncovers a smiling face
That tells the story of a changing place
Comment by Clicia Pavan on August 8, 2009 at 3:30pm
Am Muslim! I am Hindu! And I'm Jewish! I am Christian! "Mahatma Gandhi
One God

Um só Deus

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