IPeace is filled these weeks with an emotion-packed array of blogs and essays moving our souls from feeling despair from hurtful truths, to hope, to laughter-filled lightheartedness, and once again to front page headlines that pull us down, and then again to hopeful insights. Extraordinary and sensitive experts, writers, artists, human beings from every angle of the earth find themselves glaring onto screens to find things they didn't think they could ever expect to find, right in the comfort of their homes and offices. No wonder we are tired out emotionally! In a crisis, worse than we were in, but somehow feeling that iPeace is a sort of reduction of the whole world(as I read somewhere on iPeace the other day), where we receive all of the emotions life offers right here in an easily obtainable format by just sitting at our computers where we can, in any moment, be inspired and informed in whatever way we want: pulling us into reality, or helping us to escape it: to be calmer for a moment.
iPeace is for people who want to feel more alive - it's good for us. It forces one to know more, whether you were informed or not before, now you are! And we can slowly pull in those people who didn't care, or know, or care to know.
iPeace is magnetic! If you are looking for knowledge, here it is. And friendship, and caring. And where else can you say how you feel and have almost 15,000 people listen to you.It is life and probably one of the best places on internet to feel like your life can make a difference: if you didn't ever really feel "alive", here you will.