When it comes to peace, how would you describe yourself?
I'm just a peaceful person
What do you believe are the 'burning issues' today?
War, Hunger, Poverty, Education, Our Planet, Violence, Inflation, Human Rights, Our Shrinking Freedom, Other
So what is it?
lack of responsibility for the way things have become
What must we overcome to achieve peace?
Can we change the world?
More about me
A social worker who is passionate about what I do, I counsel veterans in finding ways to take responsibility for positive change in their lives; I'm a grandmother who wants to help make the world a place in which grandchildren will thrive, along with others in the world; a daily practitioner of Ho'Oponopono; a believer that it doesn't take a whole lot of folks to create positive change, and a believer in taking responsibility for whatever doesn't feel good in me, or in my environment.
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Abiding Peace dear friend!
I am holding you in the light for peace and happiness~ Thank you for stopping in to say hello. I hope you and yours well. I will check out the shared information you sent forth regarding chronic pain. Again thank you.
Abiding Peace and Hope 4 Positive Change~
Welcome Diana, The flower is stylistic representation of the Lotus. The Lotus flower is held sacred in the Hindu, Buddhist, and Egyptian religions. The Lotus is a type of water lily, which rises from muddy waters to blossom, making it a symbol of purity of the soul within the material world, and an emblem of resurrection.
The Lotus is one of the eight auspicious signs of Buddhism- an eight petalled lotus used in Buddhist mandalas symbolizes cosmic harmony, a thousand petalled lotus, spiritual illumination. A bud symbolizes potential. The well known Buddhist mantra, "Om mane padme," refers to the "jewel in the lotus," enlightenment.
In Egyptian mythology, the lotus was associated with the sun, because it bloomed by day, and closed by night. The lotus was even believed to have given birth to the sun, and was the vehicle of the soul's resurrection.
Thanks for your comments on the Native Peace group here on ipeace. Please be sure to join the new Native Peace Network at http://nativepeace.ning.com/ because the other one is just a link page now. I would love to see your wisdom shared on the new Network.