Joy Harmon
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Eva left a comment for Joy Harmon
"Hello, iPeace will be closed shortly.. Here you can find a new home. http://peaceformeandtheworld.ning.com/ You are cordially invited. Warm regards, Eva"
Jul 2, 2010
Lisa MacDonald left a comment for Joy Harmon
"I just thought it was a great video and that all of my iPeace friends might benefit from it, so I decided to send it to everyone that is still somewhat active on the site. I'm glad you enjoyed it! Have a great day."
Nov 23, 2009
Joy Harmon left a comment for Lisa MacDonald
"Dear One: Thank you for your video gift. I enjoyed it immensely and wonder what inspired you to send it to me. I would like to return the gift and send you a link to an experience that I have been gifted that is, perhaps, similar, and yet also…"
Nov 23, 2009
Lisa MacDonald left a comment for Joy Harmon
Nov 22, 2009
Joy Harmon posted a discussion

Where is the Wisdom of the Ages?

Dear Friends of Peace: It is clear that we are all----in our own personal way----finding, or trying to find, Peace for ourselves in this lifetime. But what if that Peace we are seeking is already within us and we are looking here and there and not within ourselves. What if the way to look within ourselves is TOO simple and TOO much a part of us so that we have lost touch with that way to go within.What if, in fact, there are those (or perhaps one special person), whose job it is to show us how…See More
Nov 1, 2009
Joy Harmon left a comment for Paris E. Tompkins
"Blessing on you!.....and great Joy....."
Oct 18, 2009
David Sparenberg left a comment for Joy Harmon
"A HISTORY OF PROTEST IN MY LIFE 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…"
Jul 26, 2009
Joy Harmon is now friends with Loving TreeOfLife and David Sparenberg
Jul 18, 2009

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When it comes to peace, how would you describe yourself?
I am a born activist
What do you believe are the 'burning issues' today?
Education, Other
So what is it?
Each person needs to discover Self-Knowledge (or find that live person who is completely in touch with it and can show YOU).
What must we overcome to achieve peace?
Other
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I finally discovered that Peace was within me. I enjoy religious reminders through music and comradery, but since we get together only once each week, I needed to have something that helped me be Peaceful every minute. I found it---or it found me!

I recommend people seek that Peace that is within. It's consistent with the coming and going of each breath.........
Can we change the world?
Definitely
More about me
I am joyful and share that experience of joy with everyone I meet and definitely experience it more and more even when I am by myself........I recommend that people seek that kind of consistent and internal Peace. It cannot be taken away or disturbed by anything on the outside. It is the source of my happiness and I welcome anyone to enjoy it as well.........
Promise to respect others and refrain from spamming?
Yes

Please visit www.fiskemusic.com and click on "Earth Anthem" written by Stephen Longfellow Fiske as an option to the Star Spangled Banner.I, for one, am ready to hear this at baseball games and even the Olympic Games.

Here are the words to the Earth Anthem so you can sing along as you hear it.....(see above)

“Earth Anthem”
A new verse to the Star Spangled Banner
Written by Steven Longfellow Fiske

Oh, say can we see
By the one light in all
Our Earth to embrace
At the call of all nations,
Where our children can play
In a world without war,
Where we stand hand in hand
In the grace of creation,

Where the rivers run clean
Through the forests of green,
Where the cities stand tall
In the clear skies of freedom...

Oh say do our hearts sing out
For harmony and love forever
On the planet of our birth
Blessed with peace on Earth.

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At 5:57pm on July 2, 2010, Eva said…
Hello,

iPeace will be closed shortly.. Here you can find a new home.

http://peaceformeandtheworld.ning.com/

You are cordially invited.

Warm regards, Eva
At 7:45pm on November 23, 2009, Lisa MacDonald said…
I just thought it was a great video and that all of my iPeace friends might benefit from it, so I decided to send it to everyone that is still somewhat active on the site. I'm glad you enjoyed it! Have a great day.
At 8:29pm on November 22, 2009, Lisa MacDonald said…
At 8:31am on October 18, 2009, Motorcycle Hippy Al said…
"I recommend people seek that Peace that is within. It's consistent with the coming and going of each breath".........Joy Harmon

"Happy Trails" Namaste, Al
At 7:32pm on July 26, 2009, David Sparenberg said…
A HISTORY OF PROTEST IN MY LIFE
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
Vietnam
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.


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

David Sparenberg
3 Feb. 2009
At 7:18pm on July 18, 2009, David Sparenberg said…
NATIVE SENSES

The expression
of the beautiful genius
opens like a wordless
rose
and clothes us
in the fumes
of paradise.
Somehow
when we are
listening to the wings
of crows and the
tender melodies
of elfin butterflies
we feel embraced
by the breath
of angels.
Beating
so softly, so
delicate-sweet that
velvet on a virgin’s
skin
might touch us
with an offering.
Though
we are there, out
in that other place
the familiar cup
of a summer’s rose
rises
from this ground
to kiss us
with the miracle
of its pouring passions.
And
we are downed
supine
into the common
haunting symbolum
of earth’s
dense mystery.
Though
not a single
word has swollen
to the lips
like a cherry
freshly swollen,
but the heavy
buzzing
of a working bee
lost
in the ecstasies
of pollen.
And
we are spellbound
and complete.
Like fruit.
Like garden.

David Sparenberg
At 6:02am on April 29, 2009, Joy Harmon said…
IT"S MY BIRTHDAY----I'M 65 years young.....I am driving to Virginia today and I will stop and have a Peace Drink to celebrate my birthday and the rebirth of Peace with all my wonderful friends on iPeace..... I will drink something (probably mango juice at exactly 3 pm tomorrow afternoon----even if I am driving, I will stop and pull off the road and drink to all of you for making my life so much more peaceful----I hope for another 65 years now that I have so many wonderful friend around the world... Be well....and prosper! May you see the light within yourself NOW and forevermore.....
joyfully
At 6:15am on April 24, 2009, Dennis Redmond said…
Thanks, Joy. No, no relation. but I'll check her out. Thanks.
Dennis
At 8:17pm on April 16, 2009, Joy Harmon said…
I'm off to "fly around town" doing important errands, replacing my social security card and renewing my driver's license.....Thanks SO much for reminding that I can fly----and tinkle (tee hee)......
YOU ARE A JOY!
At 4:01am on April 14, 2009, Eau Douce said…
Aloha Joy! Beautiful sister!
I can see We have the same Playmates!

I love your picture with the Children and the Earth Anthem
where is this street?
What a beautiful scene
! I had a vision of Artists from All around the world
meeting in Gaza to paint on the walls anchoring
Healing through TIME IS ART.

 
 
 

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