Monthly Archives: November 2014

Think of Others

Originally posted on Teacher as Transformer:
Mahmoud Darwish wrote this poem in a way that stands out for me. He bracketed every second line as a gentle reminder to remember those who have less than us. Canadians and Americans celebrate…

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We all smile in the same language

Originally posted on LARD WANTS WORLD PEACE!:
We do more things the same way than we don’t. Surely we can get by with a few Hugs and Smiles and a little understanding with tolerance. LARD WANTS WORLD PEACE! View original post

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Kindness

If the killing hasn’t worked, why not try it my way for a change?

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The Sunday Show – David M Prosser – What Does the World Need Now?

Originally posted on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life:
We all will leave a legacy of some kind behind us, not only in, but also for our children. We will be remembered for our relationship with others and…

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REMEMBER YOUR PLACE HUMAN!

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
We are one. We have been drifting away from that thought and killing and maiming our own. Now it’s time to go back to recognising we are one and as one concentrating on preserving the planet for future generation. Be … Continue reading

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…a dedication to all the fallen, and particularly to Cpl Nathan Cirillo in the face of the recent madness…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…I don’’t often cut and paste my Facebook posts as blog pieces, but so many people have asked me to do so with the post I made on there yesterday, in the hope that the…

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11.11 Why I Choose to Wear a White Poppy

Originally posted on Tao of Scrumble:
Earlier this year I wrote about taking part in the Global Peace Meditation, along with over 100,000 other people on~line. When he read it, Lord David Prosser asked me if I would write a…

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