viernes, 31 de diciembre de 2010

WOPG Newsletter

Words of Peace Global
From our blog
What Did I Really Have?
In 1982, when the war broke out on the northern border of Israel, I knew it wouldn't be long before the reserves were called in: me included.
As a citizen of Israel — which I was at the time — I was a reservist soldier. I had my uniform, my boots, and my weapon in the closet.

On the road

Report: Event in Montevideo - September 23, 2010

In Uruguay's capital, Montevideo, 460 people came to hear an intimate talk by Maharaji. Over the hour or so that he spoke, he reminded them to differentiate between the real and the make-believe, and to take time to get in touch with what's real.
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Humanitarian aid
Food for the Forgotten

As local agencies scramble to respond to widespread disaster, it's inevitable that the needs of some of those affected will not be met. That's what happened to some farming families in central Thailand when the Chao Phraya River overflowed its banks during the last monsoon season, causing the worst flooding in 60 years.

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