MyPeace.TV's Blog Challenge Invitation!

Dear Friends and Peacemakers,

Today we are happy to announce a MyPeace.TV blog challenge. The idea behind this challenge is to join together, share, and expand our ideas about what it means to Co-Create Peace through Media. How can Humanity use all forms of Media (TV, Radio, Internet, Print, Fashion etc.) to make the World a better place? What important messages, stories and visions do you want to see shared throughout the World? Let's combine our greatest visions of Human Potential and spread them far and wide. We ask you to post your blog not only on MyPeace.TV, but on other sites as well, and we ask that your blog include this link to our blog challenge invitation:

To strengthen our unifying efforts, please title your blog "MyPeace.TV Blog Challenge: Co-Create Peace through Media".

This challenge is ongoing, and the most inspiring blogs will be featured on the front page of MyPeace.TV.
If you feel like writing more than one blog about this topic, you are more than welcome to ;).

Thank you for reading and we look forward to your blogs!

In Unity and Oneness,
The MyPeace.TV Team

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Comment by Marcos A. Rondineli on October 1, 2009 at 10:31pm
Hy, always good news and ideas.
A blog centralizing (managing) blogs could be extremelly usefull on not only mixing, but selecting and spreading the best words from every blogger there in.
When we collect all the best ideas we surelly are providing to humanity a perfectly good job, even when we choose mistaking of not so good ideas, but they will be there, and probably commented or repeated around when aprouved from the reading community.
My blog has some texts in English, but mostly portuguese writen, and it is there for anyone to appreciate.
I'm glad being able of to extend my word to a wider world and I believe everybody else, friend and supportive to peace, specially in MyPeace.TV, will agree.
Thanks for the opportunity.
Comment by Orly Zirinsky on October 2, 2009 at 8:45am
Sure. how do I link?
Comment by AETOS on October 3, 2009 at 6:10am
Comment by Nina Goncharova on October 5, 2009 at 3:23am
this is grand work you do!

Comment by Dyck Dewid on October 20, 2009 at 5:15pm
Media has pretty wide and rapid influence. So, any message has great responsibility to its audience. If it is to be true to a purpose, in this case peace, what will it present? Do any of us know how to achieve peace? And BTW how do you define peace? Is it simply the absence of any disturbance? The absence of war? The absence of violence in my own family? Does it mean pointing it out when someone else is not peaceful? You see, there are so many questions to answer before I would do something.

But, I think there's hope anyway. I know some things, not many but some. I know we are human. I know many of our natural and common characteristics. Like I know we are hipocritical-- and not one of us lacks this quality for everyone lives in some contradiction. I'm not saying that I like this, or that I won't deny it at times, or pretend otherwise. But, if there's an image I want or need to portray it will always interfere with my knowing the reality.

So, what about the need to portray an image of ourselves in Media to creat peace? Will we seem as though we know stuff-- the image of a guru, an elder, a trusted newsman, a spiritual leader? Do we need to appear to have no hidden agenda or self interest?

Even more basic to the purpose of creating peace is creating No Image. Personally, having no image doesn't appear to be a manual process or achieveable by following a procedure. It is the start of a journey. If the journey has energy and awareness it will encounter all the necessary obstacles to being image free.

Media without image is an invigorating concept.
Comment by Travis Harrison on January 27, 2010 at 12:11am
In my opinion, is isn't just about using the media to spread the words that need to be spread, it's also about holding the media and entertainment systems accountable to something other than themselves. It's my personal feeling that if professional athletes are held by contract to give back to their communities, principally in the area of education development, shouldn't the other aspects of the entertainment community be held to the same standard?
I've spent the last decade developing a unique film development model surrounding our flagship film "The Search for John Lennon" that builds a bridge between the success of the entertainment community and the growth of the national public school system.
Whether you knew or not, when you created this website you started laying down the groundwork for what we're doing. Thank you and keep believing. We may never live to see world peace, but we definitely won't if we aren't trying for it.
Comment by Jhansi Premanand on February 14, 2010 at 2:43am
Peace is not just absence of war. Peace is living. Every living thing on this earth including human needs peace in every day life. We are the creators of peace . It is the human mind that creates war or peace. If we set right the mind through education, media and culture I am sure one day the mind will transform from egotisam ,hatred to calm ,love and caring. I am sure Peace through media will defenetly take the challenge to achieve PEACE.
Comment by Maryanne Patlak on May 19, 2010 at 7:17pm
"we all shine on - with the peace and the love and the stars - we all shine on 4 a world of whirling peace 4 goodness sakes and humanity - good morning - good afternoon - good evening - wherever you are in our universal family called home - peace has always been the answer" - maryanne patlak aka namaste maryangelo :-)


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