Teens To Change the World

Teens To Change the WorldThe events that occurred in the United States on September 11, 2001, have made it desperately obvious that our world must be changed, or soon there may be no world to change at all. I am reminded here of the wonderful soul-searching inquiry of the Jewish tradition: If not now, when? If not me, who?

Come One, Come All!

Buses organize to go to Washington for peace rally.

Life, Liberty, & Happiness

by Michael Toms. The Declaration of Independence is a spiritual document meant for all people everywhere, not just for Americans. The United States of America, as I as well as many others perceive it, is out of touch with its original vision. But I also know that out of death, resurrection is possible -- it is my hope and prayer, that this nation be reborn with its 'first principles' once again the guiding force.

A Time for Choices

The United States of America is based upon a spiritual vision of the highest order. It is this original vision of "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness," the Bill of Rights, freedom and justice for all, education for every citizen and so much more that is our salvation.

Act Now to Stop the War

Act Now to Stop the War. Voice Your Opinion. It is time for all of us to take action in order to create peace.

Becoming A Spiritual Activist

In 1970, my mother took my sister, my brothers and me out of school to attend a peace rally in Pittsburgh. She told us that we should never be afraid to stand up for what was right. One year later, a few months after I turned 11, my father and I marched on Washington, DC for peace in Vietnam. He told me to always question authority. Thanks to my parents' example, my unconventional thinking and my speaking out when I disagreed with the ideology of the moment continued past elementary school. Working for a traditional Wall Street law firm, I consistently questioned the status quo. Rather than getting fired, I was promoted over and over again because thinking outside the box led to creative solutions.

Children for a Safe Enviro. (2)

by Kory Johnson. Many children in our small community died from birth defects, thirty-one altogether. But, as our local paper, the New Times, said, "Although the Arizona Department of Health Services (DHS) was aware that children were dying with abnormal rates of leukemia on the west side, the state agency had refused to investigate and had, in fact, labored to suppress information on the [cancer] cluster."

World Peace Experiment

Become a Catalyst for Peace -- Join the World Peace Experiment -- We are seeking 80,000 people who are willing to be part of an experiment to see if we can shift the world's perception of "good and evil" to a perception of love. It won't cost you any money and will take only seconds a day...


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