Louise Brauteseth
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  • South Africa
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Inspire hope,create opportunity and add value to the lives of others (quote by my husband)

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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?
Poverty, Our Planet, Violence
What must we overcome to achieve peace?
Greed
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I and my husband work passionately amongst and for people in pain, my husband works as a principal psychiatrist in one of the largest psychiatric units in Africa, and I contribute by helping with a "Feeding Scheme" helping homeless people who live on the rubbish dumps in Dobsinville Soweto. We are grateful to God everyday that we can do our work, however small the contribution.
Can we change the world?
Definitely
More about me
I am a Christian who loves the LORD, however I RESPECT and LOVE my neighbours whoever they maybe and I certainly do not believe that my belief gives me the right to be arrogant or to assume I have the answers or the front row booked in heaven! That brand of Christianity I believe causes problems towards world peace. I just have a passion to see this endless fighting and greed come to a halt, and respect every peaceful humanbeing on this planet. Every single kind word you utter is a start....
Whoever believes that an individual cannot effect change in this world does not know of my hero Mr Nelson Mandela.
Promise to respect others and refrain from spamming?
Yes

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At 11:27pm on January 13, 2009, Daton O Fullard said…
I have been trying to reach you to personally thank you for your kind and most thoughtful words..They are very much appreciated..You are always welcome at my Page..Which is the same as my heart and home..
At 7:22pm on December 31, 2008, Nash said…
An honor to meet you Louise....

You are right, we each come together, holding the same and simple thought.....and that is that love abounds, it surrounds, we are innocent, and our collective full appreciation for each brother and sister in every moment heals, opens, translates separation into unity.....

always and in all ways....this is our knowledge...
Nash
At 8:26am on December 30, 2008, Krisnawati said…
Hello Louise,
Thanks for adding me as your friend.
I wish you Have a Joyous New Year.
Love,
Kris
At 2:27pm on December 20, 2008, PASTOR.T.JOHN RAVICHANDRAN said…
hi sister thanks please stay continue be my friend i am invite you make mission trip in India and visit our church and ministries thanks stay in contact me
At 2:24pm on December 20, 2008, PASTOR.T.JOHN RAVICHANDRAN said…

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At 6:27pm on December 15, 2008, Johnnie said…
...Louise...thank you for the Kindness...it is such a miracle to communicate with others all over this planet and have translation tools built in....breaking down the long standing barriers of fear and misunderstanding that most associate with everything different than their own little circle....hope you and your husband will check out my writings at www.relevations.org sometime...hope it does not sound too self-promoting...there are just many things I would like to accomplish before I leave this great carnival and want with all my being to leave it better than I found it....and I found it much better than it is right now...Johnnie
At 4:30pm on December 15, 2008, Birugan said…
Hi Louise....interesting i should come across you Louise I've just finished reading Nelson Mandela's autobiography...it was fascinating to see the parallels between the aboriginal struggle here and the african's battle for recognition there in your country ...would love to know your perspective on it..drop me a line if you wish...
love Mark
At 11:10pm on December 7, 2008, Nadim Y said…
Dear Louise, would love to hear your thoughts on my latest blog post:
http://www.bahaiperspectives.com/current-affairs/2008/12/07/no-guesswork-required
Kind greetings, Nadim
At 10:02pm on November 5, 2008, Sumayah Tallouzi said…
Hi Louise,
thank you for the sweet words and i shake your hand back for friendship with respect for your ( small ) contributions that i would be if i can do some of them. I'm happy to find out how many people share my dream of doing something for this crazy world around us .

Sumayah
 
 
 

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