New Carleon Artists Imagine Peace #4

16 11 2011

Cradle Peace Penelope Parx

The Great Divide - Harter Fall

Survival of the Sleekest - Glyph Graves





IMAGINE PeaceFest Poetry Slam

13 11 2011

Red at Poetry Slam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMAGINE CHILD

Imagine,  child,
How foolish we once were.
Having low opinion of ourselves!
That we would ALWAYS fight
We would compete
And some would die
And some would kill
And some would starve.
Our thoughts were prisons
Blocking all our hope!
Imagine, child
How foolish we once were!

Imagine, child,
How difficult it was
Back then,  for those
Who said that “This is all wrong
This must change!”
Those first imaginers
Who dreamt the future.
Some were cut down,
Some ideas were killed
Some mocked into silence
And some dreams starved of life.
Imagine, child
How difficult it was!

Imagine, child,
How hope began to grow
When we connected up
Across the world.
When we found others
Working for the change
Ended divisions,
Dropped competition, nationality, money stuff
And shared our talents freely,
Shared our dreams.
Imagine child
How hope began to grow!

So look around you, child,
And see our world – so wonderful!
Our people good and loving,
All the beauty they create,
And how our minds play with ideas.
We keep our gardens lush and thriving.
Yes, we came through!
Imagine, child
That step we took together
To come to this beauty
We took the walk of union
We won this future!

CC Medora Chevalier





Dafthouse Art Aunction & World Dance Party for Imagine PeaceFest

13 11 2011

Art Auction & carnival at Dafthouse

World Dance Party





Imaging Peace at Key West 2

13 11 2011

Peaceful Key West

Gina Stella





Imagining Peace at Key West

13 11 2011

Avantgarde Frequency

Key West hosts Imagine PeaceFest

Maximilion Kleene





Talk about the work of READA in Cambodia at Virtually Speaking

13 11 2011

Sandra Bérard of Cambodia READA talks with Peace Train’s Steve Mahaley

The Rural Economic and Agricultural Development Agency (READA) in Cambodia; This group of 15 people are working to  address the needs of the poorest people in rural Cambodia.  Education, sustainable farming techniques, hygiene and methods to secure clean water are all part of their effort to empower people to escape poverty.

More about  READA:  http://readacambodia.org

Hear the interview on BlogTalk Radio 244 listens so far

 





Carp IMAGINES Peace

13 11 2011

Nicholas Schoffer Tower. Builder Velazquez Bonetto. Music by Noizz Papp

Emoticon - music by junivers Stockholm

Emoticon

Alien Bolero - music by Ravel, arranged by junivers Stockholm