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At 3:03am on March 8, 2009, Azvix said…
Hi Rebecca, hop'e that everything is going well with you !?
I was surfing around , and i`ve came to iPeace..., when i was surfing , i saw you and your profile. I went to your page ( sorry for the look ), and i listen to your musics...well, i went out of this place where i am. Brought me a nice and quiet moment .
Thanks for share


António Vaz
At 11:03pm on March 3, 2009, Jewell Cornette said…
You are awesome, Rebecca... that's such a beautiful statement to make about yourself and your music... your music is beautiful... thanks so much for sharing your life through your music... blessings, Jewell... Yalermai!
At 3:04pm on February 27, 2009, Beatrice LATEUR LACROIX said…

Dear Rebecca, It's an honor for me too to be the friend of such a marvelous pianist and compser. All my family is in love with music : my son plays piano since he is 3 years lod (Suzuki method), my sister and my brother crates a band when they were studients, and ... I sing all the time. My husbans is "only" a music lover.
To have a new friend is the opportunity to discover a new world : thnak you very muc for such an experience ... and forgive my mistakes in English !!!
Love and Peace.
At 9:23pm on January 25, 2009, frédéric said…
it's with great pleasure that i accept your friendship ...welcome on my way ...i justcome to listen october wind samples on your site...what a beautiful and soothing 're a peacefull artist andiconfirm that your music is an elixir for peace...thanks for sharing... i go to have a look if it' avalaible in france, courage and strenght are two required qualities for more compassion more tolerance, i'm agree with your thoughts too...i transmit un sun and much hapiness around u....

At 9:23pm on January 25, 2009, Joanna Zilsel said…
Yes, we're neighbours! I live in Gibsons, BC, a ferry-ride north of Vancouver. It's paradise here! My mother taught anthropology at OSU (Corvallis) for many years. Oregon is gorgeous!

The name of the movie is 'Knowledge is the Beginning' (not 'Knowledge is Beautiful'). I hope you can get hold of it: I predict that you'll love it both because of the phenomenal musicians and also because of the enormously powerful connections formed between young people who would otherwise fear (and perhaps despise) one another.

My family moved to Israel in 1954 (I was an infant) when my father's university teaching position was threatened by the McCarthy-era 'red scare' (are you familiar with that period in US history?). We lived there until 1957. I have a few memories, including bits of Hebrew. My parents loved many aspects of life in Israel, but were appalled by the palpable racism and the way Palestinians were treated. And, tragically, it has only gotten worse.

I look forward to checking out your web page later today!

peace, salaam, shalom!
At 6:10am on January 24, 2009, Joanna Zilsel said…
Thanks for your thoughtful friendship invitation, Rebecca. I'm so pleased to meet you here and very happily accept! You're one of the few iPEACE friends I have who lives nearby! I just listened to your Perseids piece: it's beautiful! I love the piano. As a young girl I studied piano at the Cleveland Institute of Music, gave it all up when I het my teens and then returned with passion when I was 39 and pregnant with my second child. I'm working on a few Beethoven sonatas right now (well . . . I put in half an hour every few days when I can grab time). Like working in my garden, playing piano brings me comfort and equanimity. I love your 'headline' re: music and peace. Have you ever seen the movie 'Knowledge is the Beginning'? It's an incredible documentary about a Palestinian/Israeli youth orchestra formed and directed by Daniel Barenboim with Edward Said. I'm moved to tears every time I see it.
At 9:45pm on January 21, 2009, Devanayagi Parameswaran said…
Salutations my divine Rebecca Oswald

Welcome to the Living Goddess Tradition page in iPeace. Thank you very much for accepting my invitation to be my friend, I am grateful that we can now share friendship. We hope that we can be supportive in your spiritual journey.

It is time that all women come together and work together to reclaim their rightful place in society as Guardians of Mother Earth. Only a Mother knows the pain of another Mother. Mothers do not send their children to be killed.

For Peace to prevail again both woman and man must seriously re-evaluate the position of women in contemporary societies. In the early times there has been a society based around a Goddess Religion. Societies of the time were peaceful, agrarian lifestyle. As such, we must first work toward removing gender imbalance, which is still glaringly obvious in modern society.

In all of this, for peace to prevail, women must be worshiped as a Goddess, as she too is part of the Great Mother Goddess, thus making her worthy of being worshiped. When society was based around a Goddess Religion, women were worshiped as Goddesses.

The important of the Goddess as a symbol of motherhood has to be felt and understood. All being ever been born or ever to be born will experience its mother as “numinous” (suffused with a feeling of Divinity). A women’s love must be free from selfishness, otherwise it does not produce proper motherhood, as the mother influences the future generation. If the fire has no flame it cannot give light, and smoke comes out of it, which is troublesome for the future generation. Such is selfish love.

Love and wisdom create harmony between man and woman; but these being absent, harmony ceases to exist. Without harmony, one cannot have peace. Ardh-narishwara, hermaphroditic deity incorporating male (Shiva) and female (Shakti) qualities, symbolic of the bipolarity of the human body. In The Living Goddess Tradition, the right side of the body considered male and the left side female. This is true for both men and women. Love can only exist, when one connects with one’s soul, and then realize the God (male), Goddess (female) within. Men’s fascination with women as a source of life, has been known from the beginning of time, yet men in modern society, due to his rushed life have forget the art of worshiping a woman as his Goddess, for his betterment. Woman on the other hand are busy to make their mark in the world, have forget that they are the life giving essence, the same essence as the Great Goddess of Creation, Para-Sakthi.
On December 13, 2008 we started a new network that will offer lesson on how to become a Goddess; This network is open to both men and women who wants to transform the life, and bring peace back, and save the world.

Let us together find peace within, and then world peace.

May the Divine Mother cradle you in Her Love and Light


Sri Devanayagi Parameswaran

"Love is like the fire; it glow is devotion, its flame is wisdom, its smoke is attachment, and its ashes detachment. When love’s fire produces its flame it illuminates the soul".( Hazrat Inyat Khan)
At 10:08am on January 15, 2009, Stephanie said…

Reading up top there, we do have similar feelings. Glad to be a friend! Very busy with a new group but I need stories.....please join and write something. You may be amused with the one I just put on.
15,000 stories
hope to see your story
At 2:12am on January 15, 2009, Lidewy said…
Dear Rebecca, thanks for the invitation! I love your compositions, the melodies resonate deep inside, you've got a new fan.
I quite enjoy Lola Perrin (UK), she's a composer/pianist as well.
Hope to hear more from you!
In peace and light
At 7:32pm on January 14, 2009, Amarjit Singh Anand, AmbassadorForPeace Award Recipient. said…
"JI" after your name is an honorific suffix used to denote RESPECT and LOVE, in Punjabi and Hindi languages of India.
GREETINGS and BEST WISHES for a Very Blissful, Peaceful, Cheerful, Successful 2009 for you and for your dear ones.
My ARDENT prayers for Love & Light & Laughter in your LIFE always.
Really GREAT music ! All the best.
KINDLY accept my sincerest GRATITUDE for so very graciously accepting me as your friend, and KINDLY forgive me for the delay in responding to your kind message.
PLEASE keep in touch.
With Warmest Respectful Regards, Sacrosanct Love Always,
Sincerely yours,
Amarjit Singh Anand
At 11:57am on January 4, 2009, Mahendra Ramalingam said…
Dear Rebecca:

I loved the music and Piano is my favourite. !!
At 5:19am on January 4, 2009, Mahendra Ramalingam said…
Live Lives of Kindness and Reciprocity.......and the courage to take the first step.. I like that.

Best wishes Rebecca
At 12:30pm on January 1, 2009, Peace&Love said…
Thank you Rebecca,and thank about your solidarty with us,i wish you ahappy year,Happy 2009 to you and all in the world.

Motaz Nasif
At 4:11am on January 1, 2009, mary k. agresti said…
Hi Rebecca,
Thank you so much for your lovely message and for inviting me to be your friend. I feel so privileged to be part of such a wonderful, concerned and caring group of people. I wish you a very fulfilling and peaceful New Year. Best Wishes, Mary A.
At 3:33am on January 1, 2009, Hamit GÜRSOY said…
Hello Dear REBECCA;
Greetings from Izmir-TURKEY
At 9:06am on December 31, 2008, Lynda Terry said…
Dear Rebecca, Thank you so much for your kind comment and your dedication to manifesting peace! And thank you also, for your interest in my book! I know that has it on sale right now, so that is the best place to buy it online. FYI, I may be in Oregon in March, so let's stay in touch! I am going to check out your website and videos now ... I so agree with you that music can be a powerful catalyst for peace.
In peace and with love, Lynda
At 11:45pm on December 24, 2008, Des said…
Hi Rebecca, thanks for adding me. The intro to Perseids reminds me of Flamenco music for some reason..

I am honoured to have you as a friend!

At 11:35pm on December 23, 2008, Clemens said…
Love is always present, in the world, in nature, in us. What changes is our realisation of it.
Sending you a heartful smile from nature, dear Rebecca. I like your music - gentle and clear.
love without end, Sandavala

At 9:10am on December 17, 2008, JOHNNY BONKERS said…
Angel Hands
Excuse me please,Dear Angel fingers,Rebecca, and accept my apologies for having my head in the sand, but since I have taken it out, five minutes ago,I heard your Beautiful music,and excellent musical composition. I applaud the most exquisite notation and delightful melodies dancing so tranquilly magical. Your musical scales wander like a walk in the woods, and they touch each tree it passes, and each tree has a different memory and story of which leaves grew from it,but all the trees are in the same wooded area, and I have paddled through these most gracious woods, on a stream of enlightenment.Blessing of Love, Light, Peace, Creativity and Joy, Drear musical Angel, absolutely Wonderfully marvelous, Johnny . x X also Holiday Christmas Blessing and tidings of Joy...
At 12:14am on December 16, 2008, Heimo Grimm said…
Hello Rebecca! A warm welcome to the community of IPeace and thank you for the friend add. I am very pleased to be your friend! It´s nice to see you and your lovely smile here among my friends from all over the world. I wish you all the love, peace and light you can imagine. May the sun always shine brightly in your heart and may our common dream of worldwide peace become true. I am sure you will soon have many like minded friends here and hope you will enjoy sharing with all these wonderful people. Blessings, all good wishes and a welcome hug xo coming to you to Oregon with this little dove as an ambassador of peace from your Austrian friend Heimo
Sorry, that is is not possible to add the dove now!

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