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Don’t be Realistic!

Rabbi Michael Lerner admonishes us in this YouTube video: Don’t be Realistic! “We know that people want a world that is based on love and justice and yet many people do not believe such a world is possible so they give up their dream and hopes and strive to succeed in our capitalist society. This […]

International Day of Peace

International Day of Peace

September 21 has been celebrated as the International Day of Peace by the United Nations each year since 1982. This year marks the 30th anniversary of Declaration of the Right of Peoples to Peace by the U.N. in 1984. That declaration called on all member states “to do their utmost…

Safe and Smart Priorities

Marc Beauchamp suggests in his July 12, 2014 Record Searchlight Editorial, that we need to “make crime the No. 1 issue in the November election,” after quoting excerpts from several vitriolic emails he has received. Homeless persons, transients, drug users, alcoholics, scrawny punks, mentally ill persons and outright criminals are all lumped indiscriminately together as if homelessness […]

Pay It Forward

Pay It Forward

The new year is upon us creating change, opportunity and expanded vision using The Gratitude Token Project‘s system works to manifest what you desire you life to be in 2013! How It Works How “The Gratitude Token Project” works….. The GTP is a unique interactive system that offers a balanced…

With Justice and Liberty For All

The Justice Conference is a 2-Day international conference taking place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on February 22+23, 2013. Find out more at their website. Mission To impact a generation for justice. Company Overview Co-sponsored by Kilns College and World Relief, The Justice Conference is a two-day annual event to promote dialogue…

USA at Bottom of the Heap

USA at Bottom of the Heap

Click here for a very powerful image (copyright by the New York Times) that graphically shows how the United States stacks up with other nations in various measurements of Social Justice. The report, Social Justice in the OECD – How Do Member States Compare, shows Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden and…