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But we have and uphold certain standards. We will not allow posting of explicit horror images of war. We don't need to see it to realize that war is horrific.

We understand also that emotions in these days are running high. But we will not tolerate personal attacks between members.

We ask you to help us in keeping the iPeace space civilized and report to one of the admins any violation.

Praying for more peaceful days

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Comment by myron joshua on January 10, 2009 at 9:01pm
If the fight against the war is only fight against the horrors of NOW we are doomed to further suffering in the future..

Putting the graphics upfront stresses the now..not the future.

Understanding the the present constellation (and this means including the past) is also necessary.
Comment by Leah D (Pixie) on January 10, 2009 at 8:47pm

Thank you David,with all my heart for building this most beautiful,loving place for people all over the world to clasp our hands together in peace, friendship and love ! I am attempting to write a blog to express my feelings,experiences of iPeace....words can not describe how deeply I love iPeace and all here. xx
Comment by Lynda Terry on January 6, 2009 at 8:09pm
Dear David, sending you love, peace, compassion, on this day ... I hold the space here, with you and for you, and continue to visualize and affirm and intend that the miracle of possibility that ipeace represents is in fact manifesting.

I invite all who read this to join me in taking moments throughout the day to softly say or chant the peace mantras of peace, om shanti, salaam, shalom. For those whose first language is not English, I invite you to add or to substitute for the English, your word for peace. So for example, it might be pax, om shanti, salaam, shalom...

Everything is energy, and that includes thoughts and words. Let us build an energy of the sound vibrations of the peace words and direct that energy towards all involved in the conflict in Gaza. This is a form of activism too. It can help; I've seen it help in other situations.
Comment by Ayse Kalifa on January 4, 2009 at 9:32pm
according to Inymedia already more than 200 anti-war-protesters are in detention in israel (citizen) including several foreigner who are waiting for their extradiction
anybody knows more ???
Comment by Stephanie on January 4, 2009 at 8:16pm
The Burma News Network asked me to be a friend
I was naturally upset to see vivid (very) photographs on their page.
Is this wrong of them to do here?
I'll accept their friendship but at the same time will have to tell them - or will you?
Comment by Chenae on January 4, 2009 at 7:22pm
David,
Myron yet again speaks with wisdom.

The Grace and Deep Peace with which you are doing this work is astonishing.
To keep our eyes, hearts and minds open, to try to be instruments of Peace beyond denial is very difficult at this and all times.
I try to "collect" those who have the ability to contain both great sorrow and Joy. I have found that ability in a few. The Dalai Lama, Caesar Chavez, Bishop TuTu, all can/could speak awful truths with compassion, and in the next moment dance with children. I am finding more such souls here.
Please let us know any way we can help you to continue
Bless
chenae
Comment by myron joshua on December 31, 2008 at 12:19pm
David,

IPeace has a difficult goal..and i commend you on the way you are handling it.

IPeace is a place that does not want to be divisive.
On the other hand it should not smear over the divide.
The divide is there to be bridged...
if not with agreement
then at least with civility and empathy

This requires an openess to the Other
Who in honesty seeks to bridge gaps
And opens himself in his pain.

I hope that some of the more "boisterous" members
with agendas learn this lesson here.
Comment by Eva on December 31, 2008 at 5:05am


I understand!
So I pray for Palestine and Israel, that after sixty years restlessness, love, peace and freedom their way to find them.
Comment by clu on December 31, 2008 at 3:50am
I agree! I support peace call!
Comment by luisella valeri on December 30, 2008 at 3:37pm


We are all ONE.
We learn step to step Unconditioned Love

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