Category Archives: Community

Who Can Say, “Yes to Life, Yes to Love?” by Sarwat Ali Sidiq

Iraq… Between the first land of law And the latest nest of terror Today… Everywhere all over the world, when anyone hears about Iraq, immediately and undoubtedly they imagine bombs, smoke, blood and death. But for those who know about … Read More

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XXII Olympic Winter Games (Sochi) 2014

Sport alone cannot enforce or maintain peace. But it has a vital role to play in building a better and more peaceful world. ~ Dr Jacques Rogge, IOC President, October 2007 The XXII Olympic Winter Games (Sochi) 2014 begins on … Read More

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It’s Simple: Let’s Treat Each Other Better by Ambassador, Shoaib Saboory

Human beings have transformed and evolved greatly since our creation on the globe. In the process, we have always found many discrepancies and divisive points among our species; and this has caused millions… Read More

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Freedom and Oneness by Lee Warren Probert

There is no need to be Afraid. Death will knock upon the door of all living things. In fact everything comes and goes. So why are we here? Many religions try to answer this universal secret! And they all carry the same underlying message. The message is of peace and love and the fact that all human-beings are connected… Read More

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Historic Conviction Brings Long-Awaited Justice in Guatemala

The conviction of Guatemala’s ex-president General Efraín Ríos Montt for genocide and crimes against humanity during his time in office is a historic step in the nation’s long struggle for justice, Amnesty International said today…
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The Universal Flag: A Movement for Our Times

We first saw the Universal Flag in 2002, and since that time it has made its way into more than 150 countries. School children from Namibia to Chicago are greeted by the flag each morning. It welcomes visitors to an … Read More

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Pay Extra – It’s Worth It by Dr. Madan Kataria

There are times when our rational mind gets completely hijacked by our ego thus affecting our behavior towards others. This is a common phenomenon and is just the design of life. Nobody is perfect. Normally, I’m a person with passion … Read More

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Polarity Management by Joseph McCormick

I’ve found that my conditioning was to think in black/white, either/or terms. I am right, you are wrong. This is good, that is bad. This is the “stinking thinking” that has toxified our public conversations… Read More

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Dancing with Our Light and Our Shadow

It’s often easy to be at peace with notions of oneness when we consider the sunnier side of life and look at people in whom we can see our own goodness. But when it comes to those who are animating their shadows a bit more, like perpetrators and even some victims, our minds can go into automatic shut down and we reaffirm our separation. Read More

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The Shell Game ~ Amnesty International

For decades the oil industry in Nigeria’s Niger Delta has caused widespread pollution of land and water, damaging people’s ability to fish and farm, and putting their health at risk. I have worked on Amnesty International’s campaign to urge Shell and the government of Nigeria to address the human rights impact of oil pollution in the Niger Delta for several years. Earlier this month I had the chance to debate with Shell on the issue… Read More

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