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At 2:13pm on February 20, 2009, kedd said…
Hello there...I see that you are really doing hard to spread peace...keep it up!...
Have a nice day..
Take care...(~~,)
At 1:14am on February 15, 2009, Viviana said…

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At 8:06am on February 11, 2009, kedd said…
Hello there....have a nice day....I'll keep in touch by any way..I was busy back then so perhaps I could only send short letter...enjoy your stay...take care!(",)
At 9:38am on January 30, 2009, Viviana said…
At 1:06am on January 22, 2009, erika said…
hi zhiwapa, just stopping by.


<3
At 12:01pm on January 20, 2009, Zhiwapa said…
Hi, Welcome ,
Thanks from here too. Indeed, nice to meet you~ I think you know Tibetan language~~ Any way,
Good luck~ Always^^^
At 7:39am on January 20, 2009, Araceli said…


Thanks for accepting my request for friedships.
Together we can change the world.

Tashi Delek

Araceli
At 8:49pm on January 19, 2009, Araceli said…


TASHI DELEK

ARACELI
At 6:43am on January 16, 2009, kedd said…
Hello Zhiwapa, thanks for the compliment upon reading my blog...I never thought that anyone would ever spent time reading it...Thanks again.
Have a nice day!
At 6:37am on January 16, 2009, kedd said…
Hello Zhiwapa, Thanks for the compliment for my blog...I never thought that anyone would spent their time reading it...Thanks again..
Have a nice day!
Take Care!
At 7:03pm on January 10, 2009, liz said…
hi! nice to meet you! =)
At 11:03pm 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 9:09pm on January 8, 2009, Viviana said…

At 11:09am on January 8, 2009, Rajesh Dhari said…
Namaste Zhiwapa
Thanks for understanding my feelings I am from INDIA the land of Mahatama Gandhi the Land of BUDHA MAHAVEER who devote their whole life in conveying people to know themself
Jai Shri Krishna
At 1:10pm on January 7, 2009, Vicka said…
Big hug , dear Zhiwapa :)
At 7:50pm on January 6, 2009, Candle4Burma said…
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Freedom for Tibet my friend
At 12:36pm on November 16, 2008, Hans-Joachim KNOLL said…


Hello ZHIWAPA !!!
I hope, you are fine and helthy and send you the most cordial greetings.
I hope, we all find a good way for peace and freedom for all the people and all creatures on this wonderful planet.
Wish yourself and your famiy a quiete, peaceful and happy sunday.
YOUR Hans-Joachim KNOLL
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