Culture of Peace

Why Did Britain Train the Burmese Military? Friend, Foe or Fool?

I am feeling moved to research Burma.  I have been to the border myself as a Rotary Peace Scholar meeting with the Association for Political Prisoners in Burma (refer http://aappb.org/) This could do a lot to heal relations between Islam and the rest of the world.  There are some who have made… Continue reading

Bowling for Florida to Ban Guns and Question Violence!!

Bowling for Florida to Ban Guns and Question Violence!!

Published Wednesday, 21st February, 2018 | By Susan AKA Peacefull | Edit

When I studied Peace Studies at La Trobe University, I recall Dr. Tom Weber speaking about guns.  We discussed if the gun is the problem? Is it an object? Is it us that… Continue reading

UNESCO’s Response to US/IsraelI Opt Out

I found this very interesting and it seems to me to make the philosophical reality visible.  The United States and Israel have announced their withdrawal from UNESCO. Clearly those in the US leadership and Israel do not value what UNESCO stands for.  It is far better they opt out then be there pretending… Continue reading

Nuclear Armed Countries, Non-Proliferation Treaty and UFOs

What is concerning about nuclear weapons is:

1) high levels of death occur not only in the immediate target area but concentric rings emanating out

2) the uranium half life that lingers for up to 4 billion years

3) the belief that weapons of mass destruction are a deterrent

4) the complicated geopolitics when allies… Continue reading

Can 911 and Terrorism Catalyse Compassion Around the World?

My intention is genuine peace and harmony.  My mind is open to sources.  I do not demarcate between diverse viewpoints.  I am listening. I know that all reading this are meant to come to this material.  This is the Oneness you have called as you have questions. If it doesn’t resonate… Continue reading

Peacebuilding and Early Childhood

This is where we have to start…

https://www.unicef.org/earlychildhood/index_69852.html

ECD and Peacebuilding

Peacebuilding is a fast emerging theme in education and early childhood. Just as Early Learning prepares young children for the challenges of school and sets the foundation of lifelong learning, starting peace-building education in early childhood is of paramount importance. In early years a… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.”

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