When it comes to peace, how would you describe yourself?
I am a born activist
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?
Suppression of the ARTS and an over emphasis on empowering greedy, self-interested private businesses ~ Franz Kafka wrote that art and literature "shoud act as an axe to cut through the frozen sea within". With the corporate consolidation of all media ARTISTS have been squeezed out of the picture and CENSORED heavily. The internet provides us an outlet for expression and sharing of our works. For now. We must KEEP THE INTERNET FREE and use it wisely to spread the words of WORLD PEACE & JUSTICE.
What must we overcome to achieve peace?
As the minority of elites get richer the massive majority of Earth's human population has become poorer. This is a travesty of so-called "capitalism", in fact, I view this system as mere, draconian feudalism. An economic program designed to murder the many for the benefit of a few is simply evil. We must go around, go under, go over and beyond the greedy, unconscionable corporations who seek to divide us through artificial number-crunching. Life is much more than a series of numbers in one's financial portfolio. A truly "rich" life is more about creation and compassion, shared with others.
Many of us here at iPeace are artists. We have a mission to liberate all people from slavery, ignorance and oppression, whether we like it or not.
(Oh yes, just because some nice folks here have asked me, I DO make all the objects shown in my photos and I took all the pictures, as well.)
Can we ever have enough Peace?
Can we change the world?
More about me
A lifelong artist and journalist on the Arts. Mother of two. Animal friend. Garden planter. Peace and nature lover. Defender of earth (freelance).
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Thank you very much for your beautifully worded comment Mari.Appreciated.
(If you wish to share that with the films viewers please post on the comments page of culture unplugged-at the film link where you viewed the film..except i think you have to sign in...so understand if there's not the time)