sábado, 20 de diciembre de 2014

The Power of This Moment





Twenty five hundred years ago, the Greek philosopher Socrates, boiled down his wisdom into just two words -- know thyself -- his counsel for people to pay attention to what was going on inside them -- not just their opinions, beliefs, and accomplishments.
Those two words, unlike most philosophies since then, have worn quite well, having inspired millions of people worldwide. These days, however, it seems as if Socrates' words, for many of us, have gone through some kind of modern-day makeover.
Now it's more like brand thyself, or indulge thyself, or, when that doesn't work, fix thyself.
Distracted by the exponentially expanding demands of our techno-centric age, too many of us have wandered away from Socrates' wise counsel. Our focus has become primarily outward -- thing-oriented -- with too little attention being paid to what's going on inside of us.
Prem Rawat, with the release of his new book, Your Moment, addresses this phenomenon head on -- reminding people, with insight, clarity, and a healthy dose of humor, to get back to the basics -- something he's been doing since the age of four, when he began speaking to large crowds gathering to hear his father, a respected teacher of the time.
Your Moment, a 58-page compilation of illustrated excerpts from a variety of Prem's recent talks, reminds people of the power and purpose of paying attention to what really matters at the core of their being -- what Socrates and so many other wisdom teachers, throughout the ages, dedicated their lives to addressing.
"What I talk about," explains Prem, "is not becoming better. What I talk about is realizing who you are. But don't believe a word I say. Don't. Know for your own self. Experience!"
Personally, I find this message quite refreshing -- one that cuts to the chase in today's multi-tracking, information-overloaded world. Here is someone not claiming to have the answer, but boldly asserting that we all have the answer.
In effect, with the release of Your Moment, Prem Rawat is offering his readers a kind of soulful chiropractic adjustment -- a simple way to create a whole lot more ease and well-being in their lives, no trip to the doctor's office required.

martes, 25 de noviembre de 2014

Top Military Brass Focus on Peace at International Maritime Conference


Top Military Brass Focus on Peace at International Maritime Conference
On November 16-18, 2014 the prestigious Indian School of Business (ISB) in Hyderabad, India, hosted a three-day international conference to discuss key concerns involving peace and maritime issues that affect India and the ASEAN region (Southwest Asian Nations). The conference was titled Peace, Prosperity and Progress through the Sea.
Event host, Professor Yoga Jyotsna, welcomed high-ranking military officers from India’s Department of Defense Services, including several admirals and air marshals, as well as staff members.
Vice Admiral Pradeep Chauhan, former flag officer and commandant of the Indian Naval Academy, gave the inaugural speech to over 350 delegates. Setting the tone for the conference, Admiral Chauhan seamlessly connected the topic of individual peace to the wider issues of national and international peace by posing the question, “How is the desire for societal, economic, and material prosperity of the teeming millions of human beings in Asia to be married to the intangibles of universal peace and goodwill that makes us human in the first place?”
141116_Hyderabad_VIP_mk_278Developing the focus on peace, Prem Rawat asked the delegates to consider peace not simply as a question of the avoidance of war or violence, but of individuals discovering their own personal peace. He suggested that if enough individuals can be at peace, it would have an effect on the human race in general, bringing about a material change in humanity’s well-being.
He remarked that we are experts at finding differences and divisions between us but very poor at finding common ground. He gave the example, based on over 40 years of international travel, that no matter what language we speak, we talk about the same things. By focusing on our similarities, he said, we can bring people, societies, and countries closer together.
Highlighting the huge cost of the lack of peace in our world, a recent report entitled The Economic Cost of Violence Containment,published by the 141116_Hyderabad_VIP_mk_197Institute of Economics and Peace, pointed out that the cost of global violence comes to US$9.46 trillion per year, equal to 11% of the world’s global GDP. A reduction of just 2.5% in global violence spending could pay for all the Millennium Development goals, including eradicating extreme poverty and providing clean water, sanitation, and universal primary school education for the poorest of the world.
Prem Rawat noted that while widespread greed is causing an imbalance that results in the failure to address growing poverty, peace could change this equation. Over the next few days, conference members continued to explore the link between peace and the goals of prosperity and greater maritime security for all.

sábado, 22 de noviembre de 2014

Medicine for Peace: Prem Rawat speaks at RML Hospital, New Delhi


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On 12th November 2014, Prem Rawat delivered the keynote address at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research in the Doctor Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital in New Delhi, India. Under the umbrella of ‘Medicine for Peace’ — on the occasion of the United Nations’ International Week of Science and Peace — Prem Rawat spoke of the absolute imperative for all human beings to find peace within themselves before they risked losing their essential humanity.
Before hundreds of assembled senior and junior doctors from the hospital, plus members of the medical teaching faculty, he urged the busy medics to nurture the understanding that they each needed peace in their respective lives. He spoke of the everyday culture shared by all of us that says ‘peace, maybe someday. I do not have time’ and warned that one day we would all literally run out of time.
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The urgency of the need for peace was expressed with humor, using anecdotes that related to the special role of the doctors as healers. But he reminded them that their own peace could not be jeopardized. In the interest of their self-knowledge, the well-being of their patients, and the impact on those around them, peace is an essential.
He warned that we have more education than ever before, more scientific knowledge than our predecessors, but never has there been less humanity in our relationships with each other. Passionately, he declared that there is a pill for peace that lies in every human being. The pill is the consciousness of who we truly are when we take off all the identities that we wear and awaken to life. He told us that “knowing about others is wisdom, but knowing yourself is enlightenment.”
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He completed his keynote address by reminding everyone that “peace doesn’t have to be created. It is dancing in the heart of every single human being.”
Prem Rawat then took questions from the audience, clarifying the various concerns of the medical professionals. For those present, it became increasingly clear why he has been given the accolade of ‘ambassador of peace.’
On leaving the auditorium, a journalist was overheard to say that Prem Rawat’s suggestion of a ‘ten-second heaven’ in which we all pledged to truly listen to those closest to us would be enough to profoundly change our lives.
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viernes, 7 de noviembre de 2014

Prem Rawat





I was talking to somebody whose mother passed away. And this person was "What about this, what about that". And I said something to him that even I liked it!

I said, "think of her as the earth and the moon. Moon came from the earth, and as it separated and went out, it's just there. It's not part of the earth anymore, but it's just there. Going around the earth beautifully, affecting it. Every night, every day- making the tides, the life, the motion. All you have to do, is look up and see the reflection of sun on it's beautiful surface- Glowing. For those who go, think of them the same way. Your little world, now they're the moon, and hopefully they're going to affect you in the most beautiful way that you're going to remember. On the night when it is really dark they'll glow for you, not only to admire but maybe see by."




jueves, 23 de octubre de 2014

Exercise Your Will Power


When a person dies without a will, a court judge decides how their wealth is distributed. The estate is usually divided among family members, and, if the deceased had wanted to donate a portion of his or her assets to a charity, that chance will be missed.
Though a will is the best way to designate beneficiaries and charities of your choice, you still have options if you do not wish to incur the expense of a lawyer to create one.
Planned Giving is the term used to describe how a person would like assets distributed upon death. Some plans involve professional assistance and some do not. Many believe Planned Giving is only for the wealthy. The truth is that even people of modest means can make a significant contribution through Planned Giving.

Is there an easy way to donate my assets to TPRF when I die without having a will or trust?

Yes. There is a way of designating beneficiaries to receive your assets at the time of your death without having to go through probate. It’s called Transfer-On-Death (TOD). A TOD also allows you to specify the percentage of your assets each person or entity (your “TOD beneficiary”) will receive. Your assets will be automatically transferred to the designated beneficiaries upon your death. Transfer-On-Death is a means of transferring assets without the hassle, delay, and cost of probate. If you set up your account or have your securities registered this way, the executor or administrator of your estate won’t have to take any action to ensure that your securities transfer to the beneficiaries you designated.
With TOD registration, you maintain complete control over your assets during your lifetime. Your named beneficiaries have no access to or control over your assets as long as you are alive.

How do I set up a TOD account and what are the costs?

Simply talk to your bank or brokerage firm and tell them you want your account to be designated as a TOD account. There is no cost for setting it up, and you are free to change the beneficiaries whenever you desire. They will provide you with the necessary paperwork to change the designation.

If I have a will, what information is needed to bequest a percentage or dollar amount to my designated beneficiaries?

You will need the name, address and Tax ID # of the beneficiaries written in your will. If you are planning to name TPRF as a beneficiary, please contact the TPRF Planned Giving Team at PlannedGiving@tprf.org to get this information.

I have an insurance policy and would like to include TPRF as a beneficiary. How do I do that?

Simply contact the insurance company. They will provide you with a form. When you fill it out, you may name TPRF as either a primary or contingent beneficiary. You may also designate the percentage or dollar amount you wish to give upon your death.

I have an IRA and would like to include TPRF as a beneficiary. How do I do that?

Simply contact the brokerage firm or bank where the IRA is being held. They will provide you with a form. When you fill it out, you may name TPRF as either a primary or contingent beneficiary. You may also designate the percentage or dollar amount you wish to give upon your death.

Why is it necessary to have a will?

There are many myths about wills. Here are some common ones:

Myth: “Only rich people need wills.”

In fact, the families of those who are not rich are more apt to be affected by not having a will in place. In the absence of a will, local laws usually determine how a person’s assets will be distributed. Also, many people are worth more than they realize when they take into account their life insurance, retirement benefits, home, savings, and securities.

Myth: “People without dependents do not need wills.”

Under state law, the property of a person without a will and without dependents goes to his or her parents and perhaps brothers and sisters in specified, rigid shares. Friends, charities, and other organizations the person may have wished to support will be left out.

Myth: “Younger people do not need wills.”

Not true. Every adult is likely to need a will, especially young married people with children. Accidents occur, and it is not uncommon for fatal accidents to involve both parents.

Myth: “All my property is in joint ownership. Why do I need a will?”

It is unlikely that all of your property is jointly owned. For example, you may have retirement benefits, death benefits from your employer, income-tax refunds, etc. that are not legally considered “joint ownership.” And what happens if you and your joint tenant die in a common accident?

Reasons for Needing a Will

Some 70% of us will spend a lifetime working, accumulating assets, caring for loved ones, and then leave the distribution of our property up to local laws. The distribution of these assets may not be in accordance with our wishes. Probably no other document in our lifetime is as important as a will. With a will you can:
  • make your wishes clear by determining to whom, how, and when your assets will be distributed
  • create trusts for your spouse, children, or others, thus providing income to your beneficiaries as well as saving taxes
  • name an executor who will manage your assets in accordance with your intentions
  • reduce and sometimes eliminate estate taxes
  • leave gifts to favorite charities
For further information about Planned Giving, please contact: PlannedGiving@tprf.org.

miércoles, 22 de octubre de 2014

A beautiful exchange



Cary ONeal 10:42am Aug 14
Maharaji gave me a really valuable opportunity to speak with him 2 weeks after I received Knowledge. I asked him how can I quiet my mind in meditation. He said with a big smile “oh, you must be one of those new premies… when we sit down to meditate our mind immediately goes out outside and attaches itself to something like that roto-tiller over there (garden equipment on front lawn). All you have to do is calm it down a little bit and keep pulling it back inside, pulling it back inside, pulling it back inside. You don’t want to get a shot gun and blow the mind to pieces, you just want to calm it down a little bit and keep pulling back inside.” I then asked “yes but how do you actually connect to that energy?” He smiled and then held up his right hand- palm upwards as though he was introducing a whole new factor and said “and then there’s the Grace.” I asked him “so if I do Satsang, Service, and Meditation, will everything be OK?” He said “actually you alone exist.. Satsang, Service, and Meditation do not exist in themselves. This is an experience that you actually become. You become Satsang, you become Service, and you become Meditation.”
He communicated so much love and understanding in that brief conversation, it described the whole dynamic of my entire life – that if I keep making the effort to meditate, there will always be the Grace. I felt so much love from him in that moment, I wanted to tell him that I love him but for some reason did not speak those words out loud. So I just looked in his eyes and thought “I love you” and he immediately responded by nodding his head, showing me that he heard me.

jueves, 16 de octubre de 2014

Malaysia scouts movement makes pledge for peace with Prem Rawat


Prem Rawat at scouting peace pledge event.
Prem Rawat at scouting peace pledge event.

As part of an initiative to help young people do more for a peaceful world, Prem Rawat and the Scouts Association of Malaysia signed a “Pledge to Peace” on 30th September 2014 at an event attended by 500 scouts and scout leaders.
The pledge represents an agreement between the Scouts Association of Malaysia and Prem Rawat to cooperate and assist each other in supporting the international scouts movement’s “Messenger of Peace” initiative in Malaysia. The project, which encourages scouts to support peaceful action in their communities for the betterment of mankind, was created by the World Organization of the Scouts Movement (WOSM) in 2011.
 
Prem Rawat speaking to young scouts, Malaysia, September 2014.
Prem Rawat speaking to young scouts, Malaysia, September 2014.

 
At the gathering, held in Putrajaya in Malaysia, Prem Rawat spoke about the importance of making the right choices in life and the impact this can have on both individuals and society. He urged the audience to practice those traits that will bring them peace, saying that if they truly want to succeed in improving society, they have to begin with themselves.
He said: “Every day in our life we have to face choices. To choose! And this is what I say to the whole world: ‘Choose clarity over doubt. Choose strength over weakness. Choose wisdom in your life.’ And then, I truly feel that this would be a different world.”
He also spoke about the futility of war and the pain it brings, and emphasized that choice is the weapon that can bring people together. He pointed out that, historically, civilizations that chose badly have crumbled, while those that chose wisely have withstood the test of time.
 
Prem Rawat with Malaysian scout leaders.
Prem Rawat with Malaysian scout leaders.

 
The Chief Scout of Malaysia, Tan Sri Dr. Hj. Shafie Mohd Salleh, welcomed Prem Rawat as a fellow scout by bestowing on him the “Scouts Award of Friendship” and “Messenger of Peace” scarf — a symbol representing brotherhood amongst all scouts. Describing him as an honoured friend of Malaysia, Tan Sri Dr. Shafie expressed his thanks to Prem Rawat for sharing his knowledge and wisdom. He went on to say that the scouting movement rededicates itself to the pursuit of peace and sends a message of peace across the world.
 
Scouts from the Scouts Association of Malaysia.
Scouts from the Scouts Association of Malaysia.

 
With over 40 million members globally, the scouts movement is booming, especially in Asia. In recent years, young Asians have enthusiastically embraced scouting — a fact not lost on the international scouts governing body, which moved its headquarters from Europe to Kuala Lumpur in June 2014.
With a million young people and volunteers involved in scouting in Malaysia and an estimated four million in Indonesia, the epicenter of this century-old organization, created in England in 1907, has now shifted eastward.
Today, over 36 million scouts around the world contribute hundreds of millions of hours of voluntary work helping those in need in their communities. Since adopting the “Messengers of Peace” initiative, scouts also attempt to contribute to global peace by encouraging peaceful actions to create a better world.
 
Prem Rawat and Tan Sri Dr. Hj. Shafie Mohd Salleh signing peace pledge
Prem Rawat and Tan Sri Dr. Hj. Shafie Mohd Salleh signing peace pledge

viernes, 3 de octubre de 2014

JAIPUR ENTHRALLED ON WORLD PEACE DAY!



“Peace begins with me” …“Peace is not an imagination”… “Peace is from within not without”
Such were the thoughts of enthusiastic members of Youth Peace Foundation(YPF), who organised a WALK FOR PEACE, an initiative to develop a culture of peace among the youth in Jaipur, on the occasion of World Peace Day on 21st September.
Cutting across different strata of the society, more than 700+ Jaipurites gathered towards one and only purpose, that is, to attract attention of people towards the most basic necessity of our life…PEACE. In our busy lives, we don’t have a moment to spare to think about peace. This walk aimed at making people think about it.
The walk began with a simple idea to develop the culture of peace among the Youth. Almost 3 months of preparation saw its fruitful rendition on the auspicious Day. Numerous meetings, planning regarding walking track, permission from authorities, spreading word about the event via posters, Oral publicity, choosing the venue, printing materials etc all formed part of the preparation.
The event began with the inauguration of the Walk by esteemed personality Mr. Gopal Saini, an Arjun awardee. The walk began from Kulish Smriti Van and ended at the same venue via Peacock Garden. During the walk, several passers-by were amazed seeing 700+ crowd walking peacefully, raising banners about peace, without disturbing decorum. Thereafter, the participants gathered inside the Open Garden Theatre, followed by an amazing interaction among the youth. The hosts interacted with people and sought their views regarding peace. Everyone had a different view. Someone thought equality defines peace and for some peace was a matter of abolition of corruption. But all agreed that peace needs to be felt and it must begin with an individual.
A number of famous personalities like Mr. K.K.Bhatnagar (Retd I.A.S.officer), Mr. Indraj Singh (Deputy Commissioner of Police, Jaipur), Mr. Kunal Majumdar (Chief editor of Times Of India) and Mr. Praveen Lekhra (R.A.S.) also joined the walk and later shared their own views about peace with the gathering.
During the programme a video was also shown by YPF which contained some peppy songs on peace, followed by inspiring videos of internationally renowned peace speaker Mr. Prem Rawat andPeace One Day founder, Mr. Jeremy Gilley. At the end, everyone was absolutely delighted by the live band performance, playing classical as well as modern music on peace.
The energy, spirit and desire to feel peace was the highlight of the event, with all the participants getting determined to achieve peace and to develop a culture of peace in our society with an aim that one day we can all live in a more peaceful world.
For this event we are thankful to all the supporters who have given us immense support the likes of Youth Peace Foundation core team, Administrative Authorities, all the Volunteers, Raj Vidya Kender, Sponsors, Media Personnel without whom it would have been difficult to achieve this milestone. This event was covered by five Houses from Print media and an online channel.
It was a great opportunity to learn a lot and we hope that YPF will be back soon with some more activities to develop culture of peace among the youth.

miércoles, 1 de octubre de 2014

Just What the Doctor Ordered


Just What the Doctor Ordered
This article is also available in: FrenchSpanish
It’s checkup day in Bantoli. As the children giggle and squirm under Dr. K. Sandhya’s cold stethoscope, it’s clear that, today, the doctor is also taking the pulse of TPRF’s first Food for People (FFP) facility to see how effectively it’s meeting the nutrition and health needs of the villagers it serves.
Malnutrition is a pervasive problem in rural areas such as this,” explains Sandhya, a pediatric specialist and Associate Professor of Anatomy at the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences in Ranchi. “Poor nutrition weakens the immune system. And when immunity is low, disease takes over.” Dr. Sandhya has been affiliated with FFP in Bantoli since before the facility opened in 2006, helping to determine which foods to serve and even the optimal height of the children’s washbasins.
“Before FFP, and when we first started, many of the children I saw were regularly suffering from respiratory infections,”the doctor remembers. “Skin problems were prevalent. Energy levels were low, which affected the children’s ability to focus and learn.”
And today, after performing her general checkup of the children, including an examination of their nails and teeth, the doctor is encouraged. “Today, I saw two small girls, sisters, new to the facility. They had never been here before. One was coughing badly and they both had dermatitis.” The doctor reflects for a moment. “After examining them, along with the others who had been coming to the FFP facility for a while, I realized that I very rarely see those symptoms any more. So, yes, FFP is definitely making a difference—even in the children’s ability to socialize. When we first started, most of the children were shy and had problems even talking. Seeing these two new students today made me remember that many of the children here had those same issues before the Food for People program started in Bantoli. And now they don’t. Good hygiene and proper nutrition has made a real difference in their lives.”
As she discusses the positive changes she’s seen, a child runs up toshow her his mastery of the 11 times table. Dr. Sandhya smiles and ponders the future. “The children’s health checkups are good and our screening has been effective. But follow-up is important. These children do very well when they’re here between the ages of 8 and 12. But what about when they’re adults? Having an empirical record of what happens after these children leave our facility will better tell us where and how we can improve what we offer in these formative years.”
If today’s health checkup is any indication, the prognosis for tomorrow is very encouraging. “The children here are more open, less shy, healthier and practice better hygiene than ever before,” says the doctor looking around the FFP facility. “A lot of positive change has happened.”

sábado, 6 de septiembre de 2014

Enthusiasm Reigns at PEP Class, Seva Sadan College, Mumbai University


Enthusiasm Reigns at PEP Class, Seva Sadan College, Mumbai University
As reported by Dr. Arvind Singh
In July 2014 students and faculty of Seva Sadan College of Education, Mumbai University, India embraced the opportunity to participate in TPRF’s Peace Education program (PEP).  In a ceremony before the first PEP class, Dr. Sunita Magare,Associate Professor and Member of Senate, Department of Education, University of Mumbai, proudly introduced the program and welcomed the participants. Sixty-five of the 71 students at the college, which prepares students to become teachers, had enrolled in the class along with 14 faculty members.
Rakhi Dhingra a research scholar doing PhD on Peace Education under the guidance of Dr. Magre Sunita was continuously studying and analyzing the program by taking notes and participating in the discussion of the themes giving her feedback. The program, which is usually presented in 10 sessions one week apart, ran for 10 consecutive days at Seva Sadan, with enthusiasm building each day. There was so much excitement and participation from students that the expression and reflection periods of the PEP Class were especially lively as participants took the opportunity to share the wisdom they felt they were gaining and relate it to their lives.
Students and faculty alike expressed that they were gaining more clarity on the topics day by day, and their appreciation became obvious as the class remained full in spite of heavy rain and traffic. Many came early and continued their conversations afterwards.
At the end of the 10 sessions, an additional class gave students a chance to express their views about peace in writing and by sharing their thoughts. They wrote at great length about how peace can come into people’s lives as well as how people lose their sense of peace. The day before the ceremony, everyone had a chance to paint a picture of peace to present at the graduation.pep_seva_sadan_group
One of the faculty members who participated in the PEP class reported, “It was amazing to see that all the students had come together to celebrate the moment of peace.” Another one said, “Never in over 16 years of teaching experience, have I ever seen so much enthusiasm in students that they would sit for hours without getting tired, engaging with a subject like peace.”
Many of the students expressed that they were looking forward to initiating PEP programs in their schools once they become teachers. They felt it was important to stimulate a culture of peace so that when the young people grow up, they can cope with even the most difficult circumstances.
Dr. Beena Khemchandani, Chairman of the Board of Education Studies of Seva Sadan, has recommended the program for other colleges of Mumbai University.  Founded in 1966, Seva Sadan College of Education is considered a pioneer college of teacher education and has been named Best College of the University of Mumbai.

lunes, 1 de septiembre de 2014

Just What the Doctor Ordered


Just What the Doctor Ordered
It’s checkup day in Bantoli. As the children giggle and squirm under Dr. K. Sandhya’s cold stethoscope, it’s clear that, today, the doctor is also taking the pulse of TPRF’s first Food for People (FFP) facility to see how effectively it’s meeting the nutrition and health needs of the villagers it serves.
Malnutrition is a pervasive problem in rural areas such as this,” explains Sandhya, a pediatric specialist and Associate Professor of Anatomy at the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences in Ranchi. “Poor nutrition weakens the immune system. And when immunity is low, disease takes over.” Dr. Sandhya has been affiliated with FFP in Bantoli since before the facility opened in 2006, helping to determine which foods to serve and even the optimal height of the children’s washbasins.
“Before FFP, and when we first started, many of the children I saw were regularly suffering from respiratory infections,”the doctor remembers. “Skin problems were prevalent. Energy levels were low, which affected the children’s ability to focus and learn.”
And today, after performing her general checkup of the children, including an examination of their nails and teeth, the doctor is encouraged. “Today, I saw two small girls, sisters, new to the facility. They had never been here before. One was coughing badly and they both had dermatitis.” The doctor reflects for a moment. “After examining them, along with the others who had been coming to the FFP facility for a while, I realized that I very rarely see those symptoms any more. So, yes, FFP is definitely making a difference—even in the children’s ability to socialize. When we first started, most of the children were shy and had problems even talking. Seeing these two new students today made me remember that many of the children here had those same issues before the Food for People program started in Bantoli. And now they don’t. Good hygiene and proper nutrition has made a real difference in their lives.”
As she discusses the positive changes she’s seen, a child runs up toshow her his mastery of the 11 times table. Dr. Sandhya smiles and ponders the future. “The children’s health checkups are good and our screening has been effective. But follow-up is important. These children do very well when they’re here between the ages of 8 and 12. But what about when they’re adults? Having an empirical record of what happens after these children leave our facility will better tell us where and how we can improve what we offer in these formative years.”
If today’s health checkup is any indication, the prognosis for tomorrow is very encouraging. “The children here are more open, less shy, healthier and practice better hygiene than ever before,” says the doctor looking around the FFP facility. “A lot of positive change has happened.”

miércoles, 27 de agosto de 2014

¡La fiesta de paz más grande del planeta!


21 DE SEPTIEMBRE, DIA DE LA PAZ -- Para la correcta visualización de este email se recomienda activar la visualización de imágenes en tu cliente de correo.
  Ya está en WOPG.org el material en español para realizar todos estos proyectos:
Emisiones TV
(Versión especial de “Creadores de paz: una conversación de Jeremy Gilley con Prem Rawat”)
Muro de la paz (#peacewall)
Proyección en Cines
Proyecto Pantalla Grande
Stand de Paz
Charlas de Paz
Curso Presentación de la Paz
Ritmos de Paz
Ver detalles en: http://www.wopg.org/es/participar/dia-de-la-paz
Y además, algo que todos podemos hacer...
Dar a conocer el sitio web de WOPG 
El 21 de septiembre, en WOPG.org habrá contenidos especialmente creados para el Día de la Paz. 
Para promocionar WOPG.org puedes usar
en tu blog, facebook, emails, etc. un banner como este: 
Banner Dia de la Paz
Solicita el banner personalizado para tu localidad entrando aquí y pulsando el botón "Material gráfico". 
Y no te olvides de darle a "Me gusta" 
en la página de Facebook:
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Página de WOPG en Facebook

The Day After Peace - Trailer

jueves, 21 de agosto de 2014

Confucio decía

Confucio decía:
"Sí pierdes tu dinero no has perdido nada.
Sí pierdes tu salud has perdido algo.
Pero sí pierdes tu paz interior has perdido todo."

Estoy de acuerdo con Confucio.
Lo he experimentado.
He perdido mi dinero y he seguido disfrutando de la vida.
He perdido mi salud y me ha costado mucho disfrutar de la vida pero me enganchaba a mi paz interior y siempre encontraba consuelo en ella.
Perdí La Paz interior y deseaba morir.

Ahora cuido mucho mi paz interior.
La alimento constantemente porque ella es mi refugio, es todo lo que tengo.
Mi único bien.