Heidi Little
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I am a born activist
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War, Hunger, Poverty, Education, Our Planet, Violence, Inflation, Human Rights, Our Shrinking Freedom, Other
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Outside co created darkness, infecting inside light.
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I am a singer songwriter for the light. Here to help with awakening, empowerment, love, light and co creative yummy goodness, and to be a part of the support network, of the beautiful people here with me on this planet. So we may be the change we wish to see , so we may come from the inside out.. shining bright. And to heal this garden. As well I love to dance, play with my two year old daughter, my fifteen year old son, I love to create things that help and am a work o haulic like eighteen hours a day... ")
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How we can help create Peace now .

Posted on January 6, 2009 at 7:08pm 2 Comments

What can be peacefully done now.

Current mood: adventurous

Category: News and Politics

Sit comfortably

With your spine straight

A tendril of light rope goes from the base of your tail bone out the top of your head and is attached to a cloud of energy.

Drawing from that energy, down throw the head, down through the spine into the earth.

Breathe light in and light out until a sense of calm, until a place of love, until a place… Continue

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At 12:31am on August 3, 2011, Hutchison Florence said…

Hello!  Thanks  for accepting my invitation  happy!

do you go to Doug Kilburg festival in Arizona and sing there? must be great!   i'll come back  soon to  write more  Have a good day Florence

At 7:22pm on June 19, 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 9:59pm on December 11, 2009, tim max said…
At 8:38pm on March 30, 2009, Rene Wadlow said…
US and Russian Presidents Meet :

A Challenge to Cut the Number of Nuclear Weapons

Rene Wadlow*

The meeting in London on 2 April of Presidents Barack Obama and Dmitry Medvedev is placed under the sign of needed cooperation to deal with the world-wide financial and economic crisis. There is also a need to deal with a number of on-going tension areas such as the Russia-Georgia-Abkhazia-South Ossetia conflict where negotiations in Geneva are making slow progress. However, it is in the nuclear-weapon field where quick bilateral agreements can be reached. An agreement to reduce nuclear arsenals on both sides and to take weapons off hair-trigger alert would signify to the world that major agreements can be reached to provide common security.

There have always been at least two major aspects of nuclear issues — one is to prevent the proliferation to new states such as Iran or North Korea, the other is to reduce the number of warheads among existing nuclear-weapon states. The reduction of the number of warheads seems to be on the table for new USA-Russia negotiations. The number of 1000 each seems to be a common goal. Speedy negotiations can be encouraged by the Obama-Medvedev discussions.

The USA and Russia have reduced strategic nuclear weapons by more than two-thirds since the 1991 end of the Cold War, but neither country has begun planning for the eventual elimination of nuclear weapons. Much strategic thinking in both countries remains bound to the Cold War past and is at best vague on what use nuclear weapons have in the new world society. While strategic frameworks have historical, cultural and economic roots, they must also evolve to meet new realities.

A new willingness to strengthen cooperative political relationships between the USA and Russia is an essential requirement for creating an atmosphere of political confidence that will draw other nuclear-weapon states into the process of weapon reduction. There is a world-wide danger of continued reliance on nuclear weapons with outdated strategic thinking. The USA and Russia can show the way to eliminate those sources of instability that are driving other states to develop nuclear weapons. A common US-Russian commitment to work for a Nuclear-weapon Free Zone in the Middle East would be a sign of a renewed willingness to deal seriously with the security issues of the Middle East.

An easily-achieved mutual confidence-building measure would be to lower the operational status of nuclear arsenals, basically to take nuclear weapons off ‘hair trigger’ alert. Such a measure would enhance confidence and transparency. The lowering of operational readiness of nuclear-weapon systems has been urged by United Nations General Assembly resolutions starting in 2007. Such a change of status by the USA and Russia would be an important mark of respect for world opinion in the lead up to the 2010 review conference on the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.

The last few years have been years of drift in US-Russian relations. A quick agreement on nuclear issues would be a sure sign of a willingness to put relations back on track.

* Rene Wadlow, Representative to the UN, Geneva, Association of World Citizens
At 7:57am on February 17, 2009, Adena said…
Thank you so much for watching and commenting on our video!
Hugs from Jerusalem,
Adena Levine,
Peace Preschool Director.
At 10:15pm on January 11, 2009, Rene Wadlow said…
2009 : The International Year of Reconciliation

Rene Wadlow

The United Nations General Assembly has proclaimed in Resolution A/61/L22, the year 2009 as the International Year of Reconciliation “recognizing that reconciliation processes are particularly necessary and urgent in countries and regions of the world which have suffered or are suffering situations of conflict that have affected and divided societies in their various internal, national, and international facets.” The Resolution was introduced by Nicaragua’s representative who stated that “reconciliation between those estranged by conflicts was the only way to confront today’s challenges and heal wherever fraternity and justice were absent from human relations.”

Yet we need to ask how can genuine reconciliation take place between people and groups with bitterly held beliefs and a violent history? How can the needs for national healing be reconciled with the demands for justice by the victims of terrible violence?

The General Assembly resolution gives a partial answer by stressing that “dialogue among opponents from positions of respect and tolerance is an essential element of peace and reconciliation.”

For there to be a respectful dialogue among opponents, certain barriers that prevent negotiations must be dismantled as a sign of a willingness to enter into a process of negotiations. Some barriers are physical, some psychological, others ideological. These barriers must be overcome if we are to progress on the long road to reconciliation. Let us, with the New Year, start now both as individuals and as members of movements in the spirit of the historian Howard Zinn’s “People are Practical”

They want change but feel powerless, alone,

do not want to be the blade of grass that

sticks up above the others and is cut down.

They wait for a sign from someone else

who will make the first move, or the second.

And at certain times in history

there are certain intrepid people who take the risk

that if they make that first move others will follow

quickly enough to prevent their being cut down.

And if we understand this, we

might make that first move.

…And if we do act, in however small a way,

we don’t have to wait for some grand utopian future.

The future is an infinite succession of presents,

and to live now as we think human beings should live,

in defiance of all that is bad around us, is itself

a marvellous victory.

Rene Wadlow, Representative to the UN, Geneva, Association of World Citizens
At 8:05pm on January 10, 2009, Hamit GÜRSOY said…
Hello Dear HEIDI;
Thank you for your friendship;
Greetings from Izmir-TURKEY
At 7:56pm on January 10, 2009, Cassie Fickley said…
That's a beautiful idea, and I'm sorry I didn't get your message until now! How is the meditation going? The light in me honors the light in you!
At 5:23pm on December 31, 2008, Grainne said…
Hey Heidi ! Happy "New Year" ... hope 2009 is a bright and healthy year for you :)


At 3:40am on December 27, 2008, Andy Skadberg said…
Hi Heidi, I lived in Texas for 15 years and call Austin home base when I'm back there. Great to see an Austinite here. I have also created another network that gestated while I was studying at Texas State back some years. It's called "IAmSharing" and you can find a link from my profile. I too have been beckoned to the light, to ignite the spark of starlight from my own heart. Thanks for sharing your/our light.I'd appreciate having you as a friend. With great Love, Andy

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