When it comes to peace, how would you describe yourself?
I am a born activist
What do you believe are the 'burning issues' today?
Our Planet, Human Rights, Other
So what is it?
Remembering our oneness
What must we overcome to achieve peace?
Can we change the world?
More about me
Seventy years young, a born optimist, I believe in peace and that peace will come in my life time. John Lennon imagined it, this site and many others like it is holding space open for more and more people to work for it, we have come a long way, hearts and minds are now opening to the time that the future generation will KNOW PEACE.
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what a beautiful name!
Thank you so very much for your friendship and your lovelly comments.
With enough people believing in peace, like all the wonderful people on iPeace, then i am absolutely sure peace will come in your lifetime.
Love is so powerful. And so is the power of a beautiful shared vision, and this feels like such a time of positive change, with so many more loving people connecting every day.
I look forward so much to getting to know you (though i feel like i do already!).
Blessings, peace and hugs to you,
Thank you very much! Yes I am tatally agree with you. I have a great piture of this world as a better place. A place where people live in peace and happiness. By puting our hands together WE CAN CHANGE THIS WORLD.
Once again thank you for your friendship.
Peace & Love
PS - your mandala is fun and beautiful. Did you draw it yourself? I to am again/increasingly discovering the fun of making and being with and discovering mandalas, circular patterns of all sorts. They are everywhere, reflecting who we are and how ALL is. Beautiful ;-).
Thank you. I was away and now am back, a friend just left after a nice afternoon together ;-).
Here in Germany the Advent season - a Christian tradition, observed by most religious and non-religious alike, to some extent - is beginning tomorrow, today there was a big festival in that regard at the church-run home for the handicapped here in my village. A time where thoughts of many go towards peace and family, togetherness and health. May these thoughts and wishes be particularly widespread and deep-going.
Have a great evening, Mothereartha!