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Sunday, 25 December 2005
Tis the season of Peace.

However is it really? The peace that passes all understanding isn't found without but within. It's not created by law but by each and every one of us searching our heart. Each of us acting like peace was the most important thing we posses and living it. It's a sad commintary that Ghandi who was known for being peaceful said he never became a Christian because he never met one. Do you really want peace, then live it. Not just with a certain few but with your family, your friends your neighbors and your community. It's a idea whose time has come.

Here's wishing you peace today and every day.

Big Tree

Posted by 1bigtree at 9:50 AM EST

Sunday, 25 December 2005 - 11:00 AM EST

Name: Ayowenta

Siyo Big Tree,

Wado for the peace wish.

True peace must be found both without AND within. Ego-centric peace requires only peace within; "I'm at peace, so the world can experience whatever it wants to, be it Rwanda, Darfur, Iraq, Wounded Knee, or Washington DC."

That kind of 'peace' person watches the Bushistas and meditates. Yet a person must first know peace within to effectively do peace outside oneself, too. Both polarities are necessary, as is so often the case in virtually everything, for wholeness, for true Peace.

Peace experienced inwardly and outwardly by most of humanity--that's Peace-on-Earth-good-will-towards-{wo)men, paradise/kingdom-of-heaven-on-Earth peace. Let's do it.

Merry Christmas, and a New Year filled with positive peace.



Sunday, 25 December 2005 - 1:28 PM EST

Name: John Schofield.

Against all imaginable odds, First Nations people, deprived forcibly as well as by deceit of their true custodianship of the land, have somehow managed to retain qualities that cannot succumb to ill-will and prejudice. The short way of attempting to express this might be their spirituality.

The Holocaust in the Americas involved upwards of 350 million people, if we include disease and malnutrition. I am passionately convinced that language, sacred places and ceremonials should feature like a never-ending drumbeat in public life.

Today's enemy may not be the 7th Cavalry so much as consumerism, greed and misuse of corporate power.

The product of The Industrial Revolution rolled over North America like a tsunami; and there is so much needed to make the falsity of whst is trumpeted as democracy to be clearly perceived.

Silent Companion...

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