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At 4:53pm on October 27, 2010, Maurício Veredas said…

At 8:29am on October 27, 2010, Motorcycle Hippy Al said…

Al and the iPeace Family

and when You get this birthday wish, I would like to

You back Irving, to

"So Let's Make a Difference for You & Yours & Everyone" and

"Happy Trails" & "Happy iPeaceing"

As You can see, We (the iPeace Family) are still here!
"Enjoy Life"
At 7:29am on October 27, 2010, ❀●✿*Soul❀Flower*✿●❀ said…

At 1:02am on October 27, 2010, G.P. said…

At 1:52pm on October 27, 2009, Chetana said…

At 7:27pm on July 26, 2009, David Sparenberg said…
at 1 and 60

I did not do enough,
although it was in my heart.
I wanted to enjoy
the warmth of life
more than to put out
the fires of war.

I protested
but I did not sacrifice.
I marched
while the innocent and guilty alike
were burned by death from the sky.

Maybe if that child in
had not died of napalm,
the children of Iraq would
not now be
dying in my name?

Being an American,
I chose the ease of
what we call freedom.
I said, "No,"
but I did not make myself heard in
the power of compassionate
denouncement. I said “Yes,”
but not always to otherness
and not with the strength and
reverence of beatitude.

When I die
war will not have
left the lovely Earth and
should I come back in
the perfume of a flower, likely
the petals will be
stained with freshly fallen blood.

What child’s cheek
may yet come to paint with
pain the soft white of the lily? What
lust may yet harvest
the agony of thorns,
while crushing the ecstasy of roses?

I did not do enough,
although I had set out
to make a monument of
War No More.

There is my failure.
The teeming world of
tears that so easily tips
into fear and madness
does not need
these words alone. Rather,
a communion
where none are absent. Where
there can be anger as
an emotional bubble but
not enemies and
not crimes of hate.

It is said that
freedom is not free;
but it is
death that is made wholesale.
The axiom is propaganda. Peace
requires the greater vulnerability.

I have done some:
having spoken
when others remained silent; having
stepped up on occasion,
while others withdrew. But I have
not done enough. I know this,
so do you.

That yet another generation must
plant the seeds of healing I
have dreamed of and they,
labor for the season
I have not known.

Yet have I read, in
visions of prophecy,
that a tree will in twilight later grow
at the center of the circle of life; the
weapons of fratricide be
beaten down, the vineyards filled
with the royalty of angels. Robins
singing and butterflies,
not boy-men crying
for their mothers’ mercy.

to dance in that round in
footprints of a loving God! To stand in prayer
blessed beneath that
earthly bough.

David Sparenberg
3 Feb. 2009
At 8:02am on July 24, 2009, Rashad said…
Hi it’s good to know you. Stay blessed.
Regards, love and peace.
Chairman: Hope development organization.
At 11:03pm on July 23, 2009, Diogo Cortez said…
I wish I can read some more of your songs... very soon!...
At 7:16pm on July 23, 2009, David Sparenberg said…
We are all marching in the same demonstration here…dreaming in our earth-walk to encircle the globe. Sometimes we need to turn to one another—as simply as offering a drink of water—and say Hello. – David
At 8:35am on July 23, 2009, David Sparenberg said…
We are all marching in the same demonstration here…dreaming in our earth-walk to encircle the globe. Sometimes we need to turn to one another—as simply as offering a drink of water—and say Hello. – David
At 1:17am on February 24, 2009, Bassam said…

At 5:17pm on February 23, 2009, Rashad said…
I been to your country Foss and Lano Wall, it was nice visits. It's nice to meet you.
Warm regards, love, light, peace & HUGS.
At 12:41pm on February 23, 2009, bernard-guy Van Eecke said…

Salut, Irving : ) Stp, est que tu parles français ?

Il existe un groupe pour cette langue. Il se trouve ici:
iPeace francophones.

Nous aimerons réunir les francophones de partout. Nous sommes déjà plus de 280 membres, mais avec ta présence nous serions plus fort vers le chemin de la paix.

Dans ce groupe tu peux trouver de bons amis, des gens actifs et solidaires, toujours prêts à partager.

Nous serions heureux de te compter parmi nous.
Merci et Amitié du Sud de la France. Bernard-Guy Van eecke

Hi, Irving : ) Please, can you speak french?

There are a group for that language. It's here:
iPeace francophones.

We wants to meet all francophones over the world. At this moment we are more 280 members, but with your presence we will

be stronger in the path to Peace.

In our group you can find good friends, people participatory and supportive, always willing to share.

We will be glad if you join us.

Thanks and hugs from South of France. Bernard-Guy Van eecke.

At 10:46am on February 23, 2009, Lila said…
Yes Irving !

Super d'avoir accepter l'invitation !!!
Bienvenue dans le cercle IPeace, où tu vas pouvoir te mettre en relation avec des personnes aux mêmes centre d'intérêt que toi, et en rencontrer de part toute la planète. De ceux qui crois en un monde meilleur remplie de Joie d'Amour et de Paix, tout comme toi !

au plaisir de te retrouver tout vite
Love and Peace

At 4:05pm on February 22, 2009, Vicky F. said…

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