Is the Issue of Terrorism in the Philippines about Inequality, Poverty and Corruption?

I heard about my government entering the conflict in Philippines.  My first thoughts were Mindanao as one of the participants on the Rotary Peace and Conflict Studies Program was a Christian from the Philippines and he was keen to talk about Mindanao. I was aware that the Muslim/Christian Conflict had occurred.  I… Continue reading

Donald Trump 60 Minutes To Midnight

Words are powerful. You can see into the mask of words and the fears and strategy as it plays out then manifests.  What you believe manifests in your world.  What do you believe?

Some words I extracted from the 60 Minutes interview.  I noted the women didn’t speak.  

Conduct myself in… Continue reading

The Philosopher’s Stone Transforms Homeless Angels

This is dedicated to my many teachers who see differently to me.  I allow the indifference and call it love. For I have learned to love myself.


The Philosopher’s Stone Transforms Homeless Angels


What is the truth that sets you free?

To be who you are,

Without censure.


We live in… Continue reading

The Unreality of Conflict

It is interesting when you reflect on life aware that all negativity is not true.  We can sit in justification that we are right and they are wrong. We can find the evidence.  Yet if we truly have a different perspective on life and who we are, none of it holds water. Once… Continue reading

Climate Change: SPEAK UP for Children


SPEAK UP for Children


Can you hear my voice through the noise and distraction?

My voice is your voice,

Are you listening?


Sustainability & Peace
Encouragement Award
for Kids to Unite People
is to SPEAK UP for kids.

Children are still seen and not heard,… Continue reading

Media Buys into Bin Laden Story – Is It True?


Seymour Myron “Sy” Hersh (born April 8, 1937) is an American investigative journalist and political writer based in Washington, D.C. He is a regular contributor to The New Yorker magazine on military and security matters. He has also won two National Magazine Awards and is a five-time Polk winner and recipient of the 2004… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Nobody can hurt me without my permission.”