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PEACE POST SEPTEMBER 21st 2013 by M.C.V. Egan
Today we celebrate the UN’s INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE, the
resolution to have loud voices for PEACE and a special day was passed in 1981;
the first celebration was in 1982.
If we can at least try as a society to visualize the
possibility of PEACE perhaps someday we will be able to accomplish this. It is
a great tool to teach said desire tour children, so that they perhaps find a
way to instill PEACE as a way of life*.
On a personal note, I spent my formative years in the
1970swatching the Vietnam War on TV. Literally eating dinner as I watched
soldiers from both sides, kill and die.
Inasmuch as there were Peace movements the conservative
society that surrounded me represented an acceptance of war. It was simply an
accepted principle. Historically it has been an accepted necessity, countries
are born through bloody revolutions and re-formed through just as bloody civil
wars. We watch it every day.
There have however been great examples of NON violent changes
with great results. As per Wikipedia:
A nonviolent revolution is a revolution using mostly
campaigns of civil resistance, including various forms of nonviolent protest,
to bring about the departure of governments seen as entrenched and
authoritarian. While many campaigns of civil resistance are aimed at much more
limited goals than revolution, generally a nonviolent revolution is
characterized by simultaneous advocacy of democracy, human rights and national
independence in the country concerned. In some cases a campaign of civil
resistance with a revolutionary purpose may be able to bring about the defeat
of a dictatorial regime only if it obtains a degree of support from the armed
forces, or at least their benevolent neutrality.**
My favorite principles and acts of a peaceful resolution are
those from Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi:
A nonviolent revolution
is not a program of seizure of power. It is a program of transformation of
relationships ending in a peaceful transfer of power.
I hope you enjoy the Peace Hop, ponder on Peace and spread
Egan lives in South Florida. she is fluent in four languages;
English, Spanish, French and Swedish. From a young age became
determined to solve the ‘mystery’ of her grandfather’s death, she has
researched this story for almost two decades. the story has taken her
to Denmark, England and unconventional world of
psychics.Website | Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads
Publisher: AuthorHouse Publishing
Date: June 14, 2011Amazon
August 15th, 1939 an English passenger plane from British Airways
Ltd. Crashed in Danish waters between the towns of Nykobing/Falster
and Vordingborg. There were five casualties reported and one
survivor. Just two weeks before Hitler invaded Poland with the world
at the brink of war the manner in which this incident was
investigated left much open to doubt. The jurisdiction battle between
the two towns and the newly formed Danish secret police, created an
atmosphere of intrigue and distrust.
In the winter of
2009-2010 a young executive, Bill is promoted and transferred to
London for a major International firm. He has struggled for the
better part of his life with nightmares and phobias, which only seem
to worsen in London. As he seeks the help of a therapist he accepts
that his issues may well be related to a ‘past-life trauma’.
love, curiosity, archives and the information superhighway of the
21st century Bill travels through knowledge and time to uncover
the story of the 1939 plane crash.
The Bridge of Deaths is a
love story and a mystery. Fictional characters travel through the
world of past life regressions and information acquired from psychics
as well as archives and historical sources to solve “One of
those mysteries that never get solved” is based on true events
and real people, it is the culmination of 18 years of sifting through
sources in Denmark, England and the United States, it finds a way to
help the reader feel that he /she is also sifting through data
and forming their own conclusions.
The journey takes the
reader to well known and little known events leading up to the Second
World War, both in Europe and America. The journey also takes the
reader to the possibility of finding oneself in this lifetime by
exploring past lives.