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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?
War, Hunger, Poverty, Education, Our Planet, Violence, Human Rights
So what is it?
Lack of human compassion
What must we overcome to achieve peace?
Greed
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If people were content with what they have and practiced gratitude and contentment instead of wanting more, the cause of much human suffering that we afflict on each other would be uprooted. There are still cultures in this world who live that way and we in the West have much to learn from them. Or maybe it's rather a case of un-learning, and reconditioning our minds from all the commercials and social pressures, and losing the neurosis of modern age. Let's watch less TV, shop less and spend the time with other human and animal beings, practicing altruism and learning how to love.
Can we change the world?
Definitely
More about me
I always find it hard to speak about myself and prefer people made their own conclusions upon getting to know me. But it seems appropriate I mentioned a bit about myself for all the lovely new friends I've been making on iPeace. I'd say that I am seeker who has found the Path. My journey has taken me places from my homeland of Czech Republic before finding the Dharma in the UK. The wisdom and practice of Tibetan Buddhism has changed my life. But I owe so much to the guidance of all my Gurus, like HH Dalai Lama, my beautiful sisters, my troublesome ex, my week's stay in the hospital, the journey to Tibet...
They show me the state of my mind and how to become a better human being - yes, it is possible! Life shows us all the time, and we can live a happy life in harmony with everything, if we chose to see.
I have a long way to go and it's at times a bumpy ride. But with determination and trust in the process, progress is constant. The secret is to 'happen' with it, to swim with the current - it requires courage and steadfastness, but with the right View of everything as an opportunity for growth, one can never be hurt. One can only go forward and grow The path takes me to India to my Lama's mother monastery. It unfolds...
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At 3:58pm on October 28, 2009, esoldier said…
Hi
i'm Jash from india
i am a film student

i have made a video on world peace
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ly4bDl0ulf4

Your Comment and Rating IS A MUST ON YOUTUBE.

please add this video to your BLOG /website/myspace/facebook account


:)
At 1:59pm on June 13, 2009, Ahmed Ali Khan said…
At 10:58pm on January 8, 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 7:31pm on December 31, 2008, Vanessa Rush said…
Greetings: (Tell Everyone) Be apart of a bigger plan.....

It is the world that is going to make a difference in stopping the wars and obtaining the peace collectively! Please sign in to let your voice be heard!
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> I would like to welcome everyone to the Spiritual Fasting Group starting on 11th of January for at least 21 days. Fasting is very powerful to bring forth things in your life that are positive and remove anything that is negative. Fasting purifies the spirit and enhance the mind and body to a healthier life. See below:
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> Know that all human hearts are welcome here, regardless of one's color, creed, condition or philosophy, because everyone is just like you and me--wanting happiness, and disliking suffering. In other words, seeking joy and freedom from suffering is the birthright of all living beings (not just us humans).
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> The word 'spiritual' has many connotations, but all of us who've done prolonged, skillful fasting know our mind is clearer, sharper and more efficient--a greater clarity of consciousness. By using this fasting-enhanced clarity, our journey into the human interior can reward us with many essential correctives to the extreme materialism of our external culture and its dominant sciences. Also, just as our own inner-mind becomes clearer, our own extrasensory instinct becomes keener. Thus, we find ourselves more in tune with the gentle voice of Nature and its Natural Laws. And so, the increase in energy prolonged fasting confers is our own reward for getting back in touch with these so-called Laws of Nature.
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> World Peace and World Love

News: Wars and rumors of Wars around the world, Palestinians and Jews are being murdered, Poverty, Environment dying, Fla. woman likely jumped overboard (suicide), In Phila. 6 dead and 3 wounded (violence), Cheyenee, Wyo earthquakes 3 days straight, China border 3 tremors Dec. 27th and In May 80,000 people killed from earthquakes and more. It is imperative that we fast and ask for the relief of suffering around the world. What affects one affects all!!!!! If need advice on how to fast, please ask at anytime-we have a teacher to teach us.
At 4:05am on November 3, 2008, Ravi Pratap Shahi said…
Zuzi,

Let me know about your visit. God willing, we may meet.
Let peace and love be with you,

ravi
At 2:11am on November 3, 2008, Kalsang Tsomo said…
Tashi Delek Zuzi
Thank you for your kind words of appreciations. Yes, TCV is my home and I always look forward to go back one day soon to serve young seeds of Tibet. Did you visit TCV while in India? Yes, you are right to say that West have have so many things to learn from the East. Only thing is we have to give time for all those emotional development that people tend to neglect its importance, rather they find it more important for machine age development. His Holiness has clearly mentioned about the develpoment of 'Hearts rather then development of minds'.

Your collection of pictures are so good and especially, Dalai Lama with the young kids.

Regards
At 10:45am on November 2, 2008, Ravi Pratap Shahi said…
The statue you have in the background is the dance of distruction by Lond Shiva' Natraj'. If you are staying in India to mater this dance, I dont wish you luck, as there is already enough distructions in the world, Ha.. Ha .. Ha.
If you wish to visit Bodh Gaya,where Lord Budhha got enlightment , its only 220 kms from my place.
May peace and love be with you
At 2:13am on November 2, 2008, Zuzi said…
Hi AK,
thank you for your comment. I am downloading some more pics right now - hope you'll like them.
What's your favourite mantra, then?
At 1:35am on November 2, 2008, AK said…
Hi Zuzi

Greetings & Welcome to iPeace!

Great to see the pictures .. Both the LORDS are GIVERS

LORD SHIVA & Budhaa

Cheers

AK

At 5:27pm on November 1, 2008, Heimo Grimm said…
Hi Rhi Zuzi - Welcome to IPeace and thank you for the friend add. Nice to see you here among my friends from all over the world. Where do you come from? I am sure you will also enjoy this community of wonderful people empowering the cause of peace. I wish you love, inner peace and light. May a bright shining sun always fill your heart and may your dreams and visions come true. Blessings and take care. All good wishes and some lovely hugs x x from your Austrian friend Heimo
 
 
 

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