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Live Peace International Celebration August 6 & 7!!!

August 2, 2011

Share in a celebration event with Live Peace International airing on PeaceDay.TV and LifeOnEarth.TV. We have live feeds from Hiroshima via World Peace Prayer Society on August 5th (August 6 in Japan), indigenous peoples from around the world join the Flags of 193 Nations walk in unity on August 6, 10:30 a.m., at Woodstock, New York with John from Live Peace International, feeds from Nepal, Australia and Cecilia St. King will be doing a concert from Denver, CO in conjunction with the Rocky Mountain Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament.

Those near the Bellingham area can come participate in this worldwide celebration of Peace at The Old Foundry, 100 E. Maple St. on August 6 & 7, to celebrate with the world peaceful community relations with concerts and discussions. This event is held on the weekend closest to the anniversary of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima in 1945, to recognize that we never again wish to see nuclear weapons used. We hold that all life is sacred, and that there is no such thing as a “just” war. The only way to peace is through peace, and we support the peaceful resolution of all disputes.

The schedule for Saturday (1-5 pm) has speakers from the community and live entertainment. Matthew Kocel, will be one of the performers.

Discussions, Panels, Music, Healing

Performers include:

Presented by:

Whatcom Peace and Justice Center

– Ground Floor Healing Community

– Slum Doctor Programme

Sustainable Bellingham

Catering:

Farm to Market Bakery in Bow, Washington

On Sunday (1-4pm) there is a “Stop the Coal Train” discussion with Bob Ferris from Re-Sources.org and Rock Solomon will be performing live. We will be simulcasting both days on PeaceDay.TV and LifeOnEarth.TV.

$5-$10 suggested donation.

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. daniel dufour permalink
    August 2, 2011 9:18 pm

    ¨We hold that all life is sacred, and that there is no such thing as a “just” war. The only way to peace is through peace, and we support the peaceful resolution of all disputes.¨

    I would hope everybody at U.N. in New York could read or hear you.
    What a great truth. There is hope.

    • August 2, 2011 10:10 pm

      Your message came just in time. We are on the United Nations Website when we are going to livestream this event, and we were working on the verbiage … your attention to that line brought clarity, and thank you for your contribution…again!

  2. daniel dufour permalink
    August 3, 2011 6:09 pm

    Look once again upon your brother, not without the understanding that he is the way to Heaven or to hell, as you perceive him.(from: Jesus’ Course In Miracles)

  3. daniel dufour permalink
    August 3, 2011 6:51 pm

    Look once again upon your brother, not without the understanding that he is the way to Heaven or to hell, as you perceive him. But forget not this; the role you give to him is given YOU, and you WILL walk the way you pointed out to him because it is your judgment on yourself.
    (from:Jesus’ Course In Miracles)

  4. Anonymous permalink
    December 20, 2011 11:55 pm

    Maybe there is peace for us in time, waiting for us in the future.
    If it is not for us, I hope, it will be for the next generation.

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