Friday September 21, 2012 is International Peace Day.
Have you seen the light?
How do you fit in with peace?
Can you make a difference?
What can you do?
Google+ friends sponsoring this event +miriam dunn Canada +Carra Riley Arizona +Gene Mundt Chicagoland Illinois +Tric Weyerbacher Ortiz Florida +Ronnie Bincer Colorado +Shira Gal Israel +Sadie-Michaela Harris France +Luis Galarza California +Margaret Tompkins Kansas City, Missouri +Charles Lupica Switzerland +Robin Griggs Wood from midwest USA and +Donna St. Pierre from Rhode Island USA
Watch LIVE streaming in London with the Peace One Day organization that was instrumental in starting the International Peace Day in 2001 and a world class concert with Elton John, James Morrison and 2cello.
Join us by going to the event through the link, say yes, to going to the event, then upload a photo that represents peace to you. Be part of the history making #peacecircle connecting people from around the world through photos!
What did these men think about in their man cave?
- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
- Martin Mandela
- Albert Einstein
A funny friend on google+ said "well if it was lunch time they would be thinking about what they wanted to eat!" That is so true.. except Gandhi at certain times in his life… but thinking seriously about these men living their dreams, they were most likely all directed in everything they did to reach the end goal involving peace with purpose.
Kit Cummings, author and international speaker will be sharing his most recent passion "The Power of Peace Project." and his thoughts on the 5 men of Power who changed our world. Meet Kit on our blogtalkradio show, International Peace Day morning at 9:00 a.m. PDT Listen on line or call in to (347) 994-1903 to join our peace talks! He will be sharing his recent visit to South Africa and the peace movement going on there.
Kit Cummings is working with death row inmates and reaching out to "at risk kids" through the prison door to keep the dream going and promote peace from within. He is doing amazing work for peace in areas most of us would feel like fish out of water.
Would you agree to practice the Seven Point Peace Pledge to help facilitate world peace? Find out what happened at Georgia's highest security prison with this pledge.
“40 Days of Peace” began on the 25th anniversary of MLK Day and would continue for the following forty days. These twelve men chronicled their success, struggles and failures; bold men, some of whom are former gang members serving life sentences. What happened next is that they unknowingly started a Peace Movement that would continue to spread to many other state prisons. The “Seven Peace Doctrines” that they committed to and the transformation that followed is the subject of Kit Cummings’ new work and next book. Dr. King’s Dream lives on, and light shines brightest in the darkness…"
Celebrate International Peace Day with inspiration shared by Kit Cummings on Blogtlakradio 9:00 a.m. PDT Friday, September 21, 2012 Listen on line or call into (347) 994-1903 and speak your peace!
Peace Day and you.. small contributions can make a difference.
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