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2 responses to “Talkin’ ’bout a peaceful revolution”

  1. Julien Cooper

    Thank you Susan Huebert and Paul Chappell.
    There will come a time when we finally realize who all controls people and remove them from their so-called “power” that makes, facilitates and encourages wreckage of our societies.
    There is that generations of damage in all sorts of societies, families and community settings.
    Parts of our medical systems, policing and guarding systems, many workplaces, military systems and schools may be the worst groups around the world that have bad people running them. They’ve likely all had a hand in the residential and residential / day schools and all else any person or group has and to this day still suffers from.
    Some time ago, we saw Princess Diana in land mine fields and the word was these unexploded ordinances near her feet continue to maim and kill many more people after their huge destruction’s during wars. It’s said there was an effect in what she did. We can do the same with everything else.
    Instead, we continue to fund through taxes and donations, many of these harmful organizations that do us little if any good and continue to be overrun by bullies.
    See these links for more on gaining peace:
    Read print from Reuters – Decade after Diana campaign, few use landmines – July 15 2007
    Hear audio from CBC Ideas – The Motorcycle is Yourself – April 25 2017

  2. Doug Kretchmer

    Thanks for the great, positive story. It is true that most people want peace, but if you watch the 6 o’clock mainstream news, it seems like the world is a horrible place. I’m sorry that I missed this event, didn’t even hear about it. Peace and love may seem like a hippy dippy ideal but people should try to stay positive. Remember the song ‘What The World Needs Now Is Love Sweet Love’ (written in 1965 by Hal David with music by Burt Bacharach). First recorded 52 years ago this month by Jackie DeShannon (and by 100’s of other artists since)………….
    What the world needs now is love, sweet love
    It’s the only thing that there’s just too little of
    What the world needs now is love, sweet love,
    No, not just for some,
    oh, but just for

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