Category Archives: Service

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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Open Letter from UFPM’S Costa Rican Ambassador‏, Judi Purdy

My name is Judi Purdy, and I’ve lived in Costa Rica for 16 months. I would like to share a few thoughts about my involvement with the Universal Flag Peace Movement (UFPM), and having the honor to be the Ambassador from… Read More

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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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Sacred Dynamite by Jeff Brown

I have never been one who believed that human births are accidents, or that we are little more
than random concentrations of stardust. I believe we are all here with a divine purpose at the
heart of our birth. As we deal with the challenges, pressures and distractions of daily life, it is all
too easy to lose sight of this purpose and become spiritually unimaginative, momentarily
forgetting that there is a well spring of magnificence laying in wait within us. This week, I invite
you to remember. Read More

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Change Is Afoot: Walking for Education in South Africa

A new initiative called the Walk for Education is making waves in South Africa. This 1925 km walk, taken on by Mamma-Afrika Hampers & MAfrika Projects founders, Mr Jacques Buys and Mr Dana Louw, spans 30 days, kicking off from Windhoek, Namibia on June 18, 2012 and ending in Maputo, Mozambique… Read More

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The Path to Peace Continues… by Cassandra Curley

One year ago, a journey to inspire others to open their hearts and minds to the possibility of Peace, began. I walked 50 miles, in all 50 states, in 50 weeks while, making contact with thousands who desired the same vision… Read More

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You are Sacred Purpose by Jeff Brown

You are not your shame, your fears, your addictions, your games, your guilt, the internalized remnants of negative messaging… You are not your resistance to your true path … You are not your self-doubt… You are not your self-distraction patterns. Read More

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Expanding the U-N-I-T-Y in Community by Cassandra Curley

On February 7, 2011, I set out to walk 50 miles, in all 50 states, in 50 weeks to promote Peace (in the manner featured in my book, “From Fear to Eternity: A Path to Peace”). What began as an effort to open minds to the possibility of Peace, became a lesson itself. Read More

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Stupid Is As Stupid Does by John Dennison

Somewhere along the line I made a wrong turn. I got so caught up in the big picture that I lost sight of the little one — that changing the world starts with changing the one. Read More

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