There will not be peace among nations if there is not peace among religions…
HWPL Takes the First Step Towards Peace in Ottawa, Canada
The religious leaders from the six different religions gathered to discuss the matter of peace.
The leaders of six different religions had discussions about peace at the first World Alliance of Religions Peace (WARP) Office conference that was held at the St. Gabriel Church in Ottawa on September 5, 2015. The conference host was Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light (HWPL) peace organization and it was attended by six clerics and 24 audience members.
The six religious leaders, adherents of Jainism, Islam, Scientology, Buddhism, Sikhism and Christianity, had discussions about the beliefs of each of their religions in regards to peace.
The event was started by a congratulatory speech by Fr. Jacques Kabangu, a Catholic priest from Ottawa.
They went on to…
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This is a great piece!!! (Peace)
As I read more and more about the peace activities, I ask myself, why this generation? Not that I view these peace activities negatively, but why couldn’t people become more aware of the demand for a peaceful world in the past generation? Of course, there were peace activities and like-minded groups, who devoted themselves to live a peaceful live by following certain codes. However, I do not think, the world has seen this much demand for peace. Maybe this is the climax for our history. Maybe, this is when everything becomes resolved and returns back to equilibrium. We have seen multiple number of conflicts since the beginning of the 21st century, which are far devastating than any other conflicts in our history. With the advanced technology and numerous amount of information and data, these dangers became a threat not only to the soldiers, but also to the civilians. The days, where…
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I love the Egg Craft. It’s one of my wishlist to learn someday. All country has their own traditional Art. It’s unique and beautiful. Romania isn’t the only country famous for Egg Craft, but everybody can sure its unique quality.
This intricate patterns were secret languages known only to residents of the regions where they were painted. But Whatever pattern has meaning on the cover of eggs, the result always looks beautiful.
Maramures Village is also famous for wooden architecture. Most impressive are the old traditional churches. All of them are completely constructed out of wood, some of them even date back to the 16th century and are protected by UNESCO.
A lot of these churches are still in use these days. Breb, the village where Babou Maramures is situated, has also a traditional old wooden church, one of the oldest, which is still used for religious practice.
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Sometimes I lay
Under the moon
And thank God I’m breathing
Then I pray
Don’t take me soon
‘Cause I am here for a reason
Sometimes in my tears I drown
But I never let it get me down
So when negativity surrounds
I know some day it’ll all turn around because…
All my life I’ve been waiting for
I’ve been praying for
For the people to say
That we don’t wanna fight no more
There will be no more wars
And our children will play
One day [6x]
It’s not about
Win or lose
‘Cause we all lose
When they feed on the souls of the innocent
Keep on moving though the waters stay raging
In this maze you can lose your way (your way)
It might drive you crazy but don’t let it faze you, no way (no way)
The song was used extensively as the theme song for NBC’s Countdown to Vancouver Olympics campaign. The song continued to be used during NBC’s Olympic broadcasts, from soundtracking montages to scoring bumpers. Matisyahu explained to MTV News that even though it wasn’t written expressly for the games, the themes and goals of the track ended up applying perfectly. “I wanted to write a song that was an accessible global anthem for hope and peace,” he told MTV News. “I don’t know exactly how it came about, but somebody heard it and thought it would be a good fit.”
Matisyahu tells Spinner. “It is an anthem of hope with a big beat, the kind of song that makes you bob your head and open your heart at the same time.” In an interview with Matisyahu “‘One Day’ is the song I’ve been wanting to make since I started my career,”
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a declaration adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 10th December 1948 at the Palais de Chaillot, Paris. The Declaration arose directly from the experience of the Second World War and represents the first global expression of rights to which all human beings are inherently entitled. The full text is published by the United Nations.
The content of Universal Declaration of Human Right is as follows;
Universal Declaration of Human Right
Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world,
Whereas disregard and conempt for human rights have resulted in barbarous acts which have outraged the conscience of mankind, and the…
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