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Peace on Earth to Men of Good Will

Buddhist Peace Fellowship

Culture of Peace Initiative

Fellowship of Reconciliation

Flag for Humanity

Imagine Peace (Yoko Ono)

International Committee for the Peace Council

International Fellowship of Reconciliation

International Day of peace - Prayer Service

International Day of Peace Service (pdf)

International Peace Institute

Jerusalem Peacemakers

Jewish Voice for Peace

Life & Peace Institute

Love your Enemies

Multifaith Voices for Peace & Justice

Pathways to Peace

PeaceCenters

Peace Direct

Peace Magazine

Peacemaker Ministries

Peace One Day

Peace Pilgrim

Peace translated into many languages

Pinwheels for Peace

Prayer Services

Prayer Services 2

Pray for Peace

Preaching Peace

Seeds of Peace

The 1000 Years of Peace Project

The Love Foundation

The Pacifist Christian

The University for Peace

United Nations Observances

World Healing Day

World Peace Card Meditation

World Peace Guided Meditation

Zen Peacemakers

Living in harmony

"Living in harmony with each other does not mean having to let yourself be absorbed by the collectivity. No, you are distinct as an individual, but while preserving your own individuality you have to create unity, work for unity. Look at the cells of the body: they are not identical; they do not fulfil the same functions – a heart cell is not a stomach cell. They each keep their individuality, but their affinities, the links between them, create the state of harmony known as health. Is that so difficult to understand?
You wouldn’t ask a black person to become white, a Muslim or a Buddhist to become a Christian. In the past, Christians sent out missionaries to convert everyone on the planet, and what violence they often had to use to achieve this! All humans must keep what is particular to them, their differences, while at the same time establishing links with each other, allowing them to form a whole in the divine world."
Omraam Mikhaël Aivanhov

Beads on One String
By Dennis Warner

We're all Beads on One String,
Every man, every woman, boy and girl.
Beads on One String,
We're one world.
I touch, you touch,
We feel so much.
We hurt and we heal,
We know love is real.
You dream, well I dream.
We plan, sometimes scheme.
Oh how we love to eat,
And everyone has to sleep.
We're all Beads on One String,
Every man, every woman, boy and girl.
Beads on one string,
We're one world.

You laugh, you cry,
Guess what?  So do I.
We trust, we give,
We die, after we've lived.
We win, sometimes we're gonna lose.
We're wearing the same shoes.
We're Beads on One String,
Every man, every woman, boy and girl.
Beads on One String,
We're one world.
We hug, we need,
We cut, we bleed.
Somehow we discover,
We're so much like each other.
We're all Beads on One String,
Every man, every woman, boy and girl.
Beads on One String,
We're One World…
We're One World.

The Dove of Peace flies from site to site to many countries.
Please help it circle the world by taking it to your site and passing it to another.
A link back would be nice, but is not mandatory.
Thank you for helping the Dove Of Peace travel the world.

(I got it from Shekinah)


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