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Is there a common symbol, or can we create one?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hayyim Feldman Aug 6, 2008. 2 Replies

 

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The Song of Hours

Posted on May 30, 2011 at 5:47am 0 Comments

I wrote this poem last December (2010) for a Tree Lighting ceremony (Christmas) that I hosted that had as its theme World Peace.  There was a poetry contest, and there were other entries and winners, and I also specifically wrote this poem.

 

Hours

My hour

Your hour

Walking

My walking

Your walking

Tears

I am crying

You are crying

Hearts

My laughing hurt

Your hurting laugh

How many hours do we…

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A story of brothers

Posted on June 21, 2010 at 5:37pm 1 Comment

An old Jewish legend tells of two brothers, Abram and Zimri, who owned a field and worked it together. They agreed to divide both the labor and the harvest equally. One night as the harvest came to a close, Zimri could not sleep, for it didn’t seem right that Abram, who had a wife and seven sons to feed, should receive only half of the harvest, while he, with only himself to support, had so much.

So Zimri dressed and quietly went into the field, where he took…

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The World's Skin by EricaJohnsonDebeljak

Posted on May 20, 2010 at 7:00pm 0 Comments

A phenomenal article about identity and humanity, that I read recently.

http://www.ericajohnsondebeljak.com/articles/the-world-s-skin/

An interesting quote: Voices -- silenced or heard?

Posted on November 4, 2009 at 9:06am 0 Comments

I came across this insight today when I was reading. (The quote is from 2002, by the way.)



"Look at the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, depicted as the encounter between two opposing and equal forces . . . Not only does the good versus evil opposition wipe out the particular conditions of this conflict and mask the vast inequalities of the sides. It also makes it difficult for the differences within each side . . . to be heard . . . Jew's are equated with Sharon's Israel and all… Continue

ANNOUNCEMENT: mepeace.org is now in Second Life

Posted on October 24, 2009 at 6:00pm 7 Comments

Second Life is a virtual world (www.secondlife.com). While most join Second Life to have fun, it is also quickly becoming an essential and miraculous platform for business, education, and non-profit (and more) advertising as well as a (virtual) space to conduct activities and create community that involves people all over the world with the possibility of coming together in one (virtual) room.



In consultation with Eyal, I have spearheaded… Continue

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My personal story:
My name is Jennifer. I am a mother. I am a blogger. I am a thinker and a creator.

The Middle East is close to my heart. I have a bachelor's degree in History and International Relations, with an emphasis in Islamic history.

If you want to discuss with me on peace and other matters that are relevant to humanity, then please subscribe or send a friendship request to my facebook page, Eve Salamat.
Why I want peace:
I am interested in influencing the world's transformation to peace, prosperity, purity and unity in many areas of individual and community life.
Interests and activities:
www.thecityofenoch.com
also please find me on facebook under Eve Salamat
Something you didn't know about me:
I sing.
Favorite website:
http://thecityofenoch.com
How I found mepeace.org:
Browsing through Ning social networks looking for things I cared about
What I want to achieve here:
Making connections with people. Learning. Eventually getting involved.
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A story of brothers

An old Jewish legend tells of two brothers, Abram and Zimri, who owned a field and worked it together. They agreed to divide both the labor and the harvest equally. One night as the harvest came to a close, Zimri could not sleep, for it didn’t seem right that Abram, who had a wife and seven sons to feed, should receive only half of the harvest, while he, with only himself to support, had so much.So Zimri dressed and quietly went into the field, where he took a third of his…See More
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"Hi, Jennifer! I'm Tanya from Jordan. I'm glad you liked the article I posted last week. It does show that people of our generation and the next want to make peace for the better and that they refuse to tailor their core values to suit…"
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At 10:52pm on June 23, 2010, Hayyim Feldman said…
Thank you Jennifer! I'm glad to be able to call you by your true name. {:^)
At 7:57pm on June 18, 2010, freda said…
hi,,thanks!
At 11:42am on May 23, 2010, Tanya Kasim said…
Hi, Jennifer! I'm Tanya from Jordan. I'm glad you liked the article I posted last week. It does show that people of our generation and the next want to make peace for the better and that they refuse to tailor their core values to suit neocons' purposes.
At 4:39am on May 11, 2010, Rashad said…
Please add me
At 3:32am on February 4, 2010, Rashad said…
Hi it’s good to know you. Stay blessed.
Regards, love and peace.
Rashad.
Chairman: Hope development organization.
Email: chairman@hopedevelopment.org
http://www.hopedevelopment.org/index.htm

At 6:08pm on October 22, 2009, fesalk411 said…
The Symbol of Peace

The symbol of peace falls in the land of peace
Will we give them the chance to bring down the symbol of peace in the land of peace?
Many people know this is a plot of land full of olive trees.
And many Israeli and Palestinian families make a living from these trees
Especially that so many Palestinian families do not have another source of living,
except these olive trees

Days before the start of the harvest, especially in the West Bank,
What happened was expected, the start was of some settlers groups fighting Palestinian families
and preventing them to enter to the olive harvest,
Then the settlers started shooting the Palestinians, and set fire in the trees
Finally, with the help of European, American, Israeli, and other people from all over the world,
Some Palestinian families succeeded to collect their olives.

So, I am the address to thank all those who helped these families and brought them happiness,
And say to the settlers: We will not let you bring down the symbol of peace
For the olive trees are the symbol of peace in the land of peace
Faisal Al-Hatib
At 6:06pm on October 22, 2009, fesalk411 said…
A True Story By Faisal Al-Hatib
I am a Palestinian Arab from Hizmeh, a village between Jerusalem and Ramallah. When I was 15 years old I fought against the Israeli Occupation in search of freedom. At that time I thought every Jewish person, whether soldier or citizen, man or woman, young or old, should be killed. I rejected the right for any Jew to live and every Jew was a target. I was just a kid, believe me, and I didn’t understand anything about politics or the Arab-Israeli conflict. I was arrested and sat in jail for 12 years. This was during the first intifada from 1987. At that time nobody talked about peace but only of violence. I matured during my time in jail. I started studying and reading books on politics, literature, poetry, and about the Madrid Conference.

It gave me hope to live in peace and dignity. I learned that violence only breeds violence and that peace is the only solution for the two nations, the only way for both to have a respectful and beautiful future. We live on the same land. We are neighbors. We drink the same water and both pray to a monotheistic God. We must live in peace on the basis of religion for God and land for everyone.
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At 8:52pm on May 22, 2009, Ahmed Abu-ElWafa said…
hi dear ,

how are you,

I hope you and your family are safe and healthy,

good luck .
At 9:04pm on May 18, 2009, ibrahim said…
i like to talk by mail
 
 
 

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