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When it comes to peace, how would you describe yourself?
I feel the pain in the world
What do you believe are the 'burning issues' today?
War, Hunger, Poverty, Education, Our Planet, Violence, Human Rights, Other
So what is it?
People don't understand other cultures and consequences of historical events
What must we overcome to achieve peace?
Objectivity and acceptance of some realities that we can't change but that we can only try to cross as pacifically as possible.
Can we change the world?
More about me
We created the festival and the association to bring people together, each year, in Geneva and on-line, to share between people who needs to share views and work together to help people and countries to progress for a better life
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At 12:01am on June 14, 2010, Eva said…

iPeace is deleted from David Califa the end of June. Here you can find a new home.

You are cordially invited.

Warm regards, Eva
At 8:09am on April 2, 2010, Samuel Rodriguez said…
Rise!, shine and make your mornings brighter...
Because every day there's something new to celebrate!!
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With a WARM HUG !!!
Samuel Rodriguez

At 1:55am on February 28, 2010, Samuel Rodriguez said… myspace graphic comments
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Peace Always!!!

At 4:35pm on September 23, 2009, Driss said…
Je viens d'avoir une idée. Pourquoi on ne ferait pas aussi un festival pour la paix ici à casablanca. Ca me plairait de le faire, j'ai besoin de bons conseils efficaces pour la première fois. qu est ce que vous en pensez , ça vous interesse pour 2010
At 4:32pm on September 23, 2009, Driss said…
Je viens de lire votre message et je suis plus qu'agreablement surpris qu'une Casablancaise s'occupe d'organiser à Geneve la journée mondiale de la paix; Tout un symbole . C'etait Lundi dernier et j'aurais pu veir si j avais lu le message plus tot. Je serais heureux d'y participer l année prochaine. Merci de me tenir informé de vos activités dans ce sens. La paix est la solution de tous les maux. Tous ceux qui vivent en paix avec eux meme... vivent. !!
Comment vous vous appelez ?
Toutes mes amitiés
At 12:04pm on July 15, 2009, David Sparenberg said…
please confirm my friendship request:


A person living a dream
is not waging a nightmare.

A person playing music
is not committing murder.
A person writing a poem
is not killing anyone.
A person reading a book
is not discharging a weapon.
A person painting a picture
is not spilling blood.

Somebody sculpting stone
is not polluting the earth
with another premature corpse.
To plant a garden
is not to practice rape.
To pray at dawn
is not a crime against creation.

Turn aside and look into your soul.

Not into the darkness
you have inherited from history,
but into the light coming your way
from the love of God. To humbly bow down
in the posture of mystical weeping
is to vanquish the phantoms of hatred and fear.
Everything involves a holiness in the heart;
everyone is involved in making choices.
What a difference

between the pornographers of aggression
and the artists of compassion!

Go to the place
where life embraces otherness;
enter the dialogue of becoming human.
Have you even considered
how healing the wounds of a stranger
creates laughter in children
and orchards in angels?

A person reading these words
feels like a summer cloud
floating without effort on the mirror of a river.
Tell the truth now:
Isn’t that good?

A person
deep into the ecology of blessing
remembers the taste of wild honey
while protesting the politics of war.
Tell the truth
now: Isn’t it better to create
than to destroy?

When the DreamMaker first
introduced the DNA of dreaming
it was called Eden.
Naming took place
in the ecstasy of love.

Now tell the truth:
Isn’t peace the most
precious art?
What is more defining
than the compassion of our vulnerability?
PeaceMaker – tell me:
What is your name?

David Sparenberg
10 March 2009
At 2:51am on April 27, 2009, Driss said…
I am from Morocco and i am very interested in knowing more about your festival : activities, participation and when will it be next time ?
Warm regards
At 3:47pm on April 4, 2009, Dani Marael said…
We are the jewel in the heart of the lotus! Keep on shining your ♥ love ♥ and ♥ light ♥ and have a ONE-derful weekend.
Loads of love and blessings

At 3:46pm on March 14, 2009, KJ said…
Ride upon the glowing awearness of the inner self to reach out and be taken to a place inside out through the passage of time imortal fill the vains of the body truth to be reveiled in the prescence of the light of the everlasting voyage of the real reality of the true forms ,the hearts light the loves brightness opened to expose the colors of the soul of you, of me, of worldly actions that elavate us all to a place for which we belong in a community of life and giving and exchanging to be connected to eachothers push towards the peace which resides in us all, to reach the stars together,in a universal awakening of truth the rebirth of your own indeed our own peace.......... ..Many spirit blessings .....................K.J. guitarist/engineer/artist/.....Psychic Tribal Orchestra
At 10:29pm on February 25, 2009, KJ said…

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