Featured Blog Posts – October 2009 Archive (21)

Jordanian King Abdullah II Addresses the J Street National Conference

Added by Admin on October 31, 2009 at 11:00pm — No Comments

youve got mail

You've Got Mail Pictures, Images and Photos

You just awake... your eyes are still shut

Still cant quite focus.....still draggin your butt

You know you need coffee......can taste that first sip

You wait for the maker.....and put the mug to your lip

The feeling is warm.... just what you need

But you know you need more....and its something to read

The paper you say??? no...dont think so.. not it...

Its much… Continue

Added by mody Ibrahem on October 30, 2009 at 1:30am — 2 Comments

RASHAD from Pakistan reaches out for help


Dear Stephanie,

Thanks for reply. Yes I know life is very easy there and in many countries. Our life is more worse then you hear in news. I send 100’s of requests to ipeace..... (three) friends send us little support which helps us little that time but we never get any proper funding on annual of monthly basses. We are sending requests to big Churches and organizations from 11 years… Continue

Added by Stephanie on October 29, 2009 at 6:00pm — 6 Comments

"The Other Person inside You"

Monsters Comments

"The Other Person inside You"

As he stood and looked silently but intently into the mirror

He soon began to see another image arise in his soul..An

ugly image..He already knew he kept on chains..He so badly

hoped would never break..Allowing this inner beast to unfold..

For he knew everyday..When he awakened to begin his day..

The first place he would need to check out..Would be where

this inner beast of his..Would… Continue

Added by Daton O Fullard on October 29, 2009 at 8:00am — 10 Comments

The Book of the Dead

Ancient history, Egypt Pictures, Images and Photos

One of the best preserved copies of The Book of the Dead (known to the ancient Egyptians as prt m hrw 'Coming Forth by Day') comes from 'The Papyrus of Ani', written in 1240 BC. This The Papyrus of Ani version of the book is filled with beautiful pictures of Ani and his wife as they travel through the land of the dead, and to the Halls of Ma'ati and beyond.…


Added by mody Ibrahem on October 28, 2009 at 9:52am — 10 Comments



One of the most recognised symbols of peace is the dove.

Its origins are from the story of Noah and the Ark.

When the rains that flooded the earth stopped pouring

down, Noah sent out various birds to see if they would

bring back any sign of land to his boat.

He was anxious to begin life again on dry pasturage.

One dove eventually returned carrying an olive branch.

After World War II… Continue

Added by Percy the Dreamweaver and Son. on October 27, 2009 at 7:48pm — 1 Comment

A tribute to ALL iPeace artists

Hello peace people,

I've just created PeaceArt video as a tribute to ALL you wonderful iPeace artists. Although the video feature mostly graphic art that was created by you and posted in iPeace, I cherish all of iPeace artists. Writers, poets, painters, movie people, musician and the rest, you are making every day the fabric of which iPeace is made of.

Thank you.


Please share this video with all your… Continue

Added by David Califa on October 26, 2009 at 11:06pm — 26 Comments

Massacre in Iran?

This weekend i received urgent news about innocent, unarmed people getting machine gunned in

the streets of Iran. That children were getting beaten & smashed to death by the boots of soldiers.

I was told the press has been kicked out of Iran and this info is being suppressed.

The person informing me was connected to the exiled crown prince of Iran, and was in

search of weapons for the resistance.

Has anyone else heard about this -

and does… Continue

Added by Peace Weaver on October 26, 2009 at 3:17pm — No Comments

BlogBlast For Peace ~ November 5, 2009 ~ How You Can Participate!

When I sat down to write a blog post in October 2006, I didn't expect it to birth a movement. Or did I? But that is exactly what happened. Frustrated and bewildered by the state of affairs in our world, I offered a challenge to my readers on my blog, Mimi Writes: What can we do? I asked. I tossed out an idea: Let's all write a blog post about peace. And while we're at it, let's make some noise.… Continue

Added by Mimi Lenox on October 26, 2009 at 7:30am — 13 Comments

M Binlamin's Artworks


Added by Mohammad Binlamin on October 25, 2009 at 7:00pm — 14 Comments


When to go


Warm all year. Hottest June-September. Negligible rainfall, except on the coast. In April the hot, dusty Khamsin wind blows from the Sahara.


The Islamic calendar is central to Egyptian life. Ramadan, the month of fasting, is an especially significant time.



Added by mody Ibrahem on October 25, 2009 at 1:55pm — 3 Comments

A modest proposal--Where are the women?

A modest proposal: “Where are the women?”

Oct. 24, 2009

Dear friends,

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has called for a major international effort to improve the life of women and girls everywhere, focusing on education, health, economic opportunity, the elimination of sexual violence, and giving women and girls a voice.

Violence against women and girls has been long ignored by male historians, theologians, educators, the press, and political… Continue

Added by allthingsbarbara on October 25, 2009 at 8:28am — 1 Comment


Unfortunately, as stress accumulates our own health and fitness goals are often sidelined. We again place what we desire and want for ourselves back on the shelf, because our lives become over stimulated with other obligations. Beating stress is a difficult task, but we have the power and control to survive the holidays and the end of the year frenzy by making just a few changes in our own habits and ways of thinking.

Stress is defined as anything that stimulates you and increases… Continue

Added by Larry on October 24, 2009 at 6:13pm — 1 Comment

Peace - Yes We Can!

Peace worldwide, starts inside. ~ The Luminaries

I have been watching the articles and the comments fly about the fact that President Barack Obama received the Nobel Peace Prize. There are many people who are skeptical about it and think he was awarded it undeservedly so. What I think many of the critics don’t understand is that this is actually one of the trademarks of the Nobel Peace Prize. That is, if you look over the Nobel Peace Prize and who it has been awarded to – it has a… Continue

Added by Pilar Stella on October 24, 2009 at 10:51am — 1 Comment

The Mosque of Abu Dahab .CAIRO, EGYPT


This mosque is hard to be noticed since it is located next to one of the greatest and most influential mosques of Egypt, the Azhar Mosque. However, paying attention to its design, the Mosque of Abu El Dahab is a unique model of the Ottoman architecture. Moreover, the builder of the mosque has a rather exciting story.


The builder of the mosque is the Amir… Continue

Added by mody Ibrahem on October 24, 2009 at 8:39am — 3 Comments

Spreading the word about iPeace Day with a video

How can we create a huge global event in 2 months?

How can we make iPeace Day a household name?

How can we get millions around the world to dedicate themselves to peace on the last day of every year?

How can we help those who celebrate iPeace Day in 'infecting' the people around them with peace?

Any ideas?

Please let us know.

We can start with this short video:

Please watch… Continue

Added by David Califa on October 22, 2009 at 8:17pm — 10 Comments

It's time to get busy. iPeace Day 2009 is around the corner

On the last day of the year we will celebrate iPeace Day for the second time.

This is the time to start asking your self how would YOU dedicate yourself on that day for peace.

You don't even need to leave home, or your neighborhood, or your town. YOU just need to dedicate yourself to peace.

There are a million things you can do without leaving home.

Be peaceful - Dedicate yourself to sharing your peace –… Continue

Added by David Califa on October 22, 2009 at 1:37pm — 14 Comments



to David Califa & All Members of iPEACE,

have waited a while before presenting myself; wanted to take in the atmosphere on iPeace. It was a surprise, to land on these pages right in the middle of a fiery discussion on President Obama's Nobel Award.

Pro's and contra's battled passionately, it was… Continue

Added by harry versluijs on October 21, 2009 at 11:37pm — 2 Comments


Well it's been an exciting year of travelling around the world, helping Fierce Light shine. The responses have been so tremendous, and moving. Every audience is different, but again and again people are deeply moved by the film. Last weekend I was in Charleston, at the Sophia Institute. On Friday night the packed screening at the American Theater offered up a standing ovation. The next day, the SHINE YOUR FIERCE LIGHT workshop was charged with energy and compassion. The insitute has been host… Continue

Added by Velcrow Ripper on October 7, 2009 at 1:37am — No Comments

Vote today!

Hi all,

Last year we entered the iPeace idea as a candidate to Google's Project 10^100, a call for ideas to change the world by helping as many people as possible.

Lately Google announced:

Last fall we launched Project 10^100, a call for ideas to change the world by helping as many people as possible. Your response was… Continue

Added by David Califa on October 4, 2009 at 5:06pm — 29 Comments

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