CELEBRATE THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE, SEPTEMBER 21st 2014 Reviewed by Doug James on . September 21st is known as World Peace Day, or the International Day of Peace and is celebrated by all walks of life, including for the first time politically b September 21st is known as World Peace Day, or the International Day of Peace and is celebrated by all walks of life, including for the first time politically b Rating: 0
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CELEBRATE THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE, SEPTEMBER 21st 2014

dove peaceSeptember 21st is known as World Peace Day, or the International Day of Peace and is celebrated by all walks of life, including for the first time politically by Secretary-General of the United Nations last year by dedicating “Peace Education” as the key preventive means to reduce war sustainably. Join the local community at an event or in any way you are able, sharing with your friends and family or simply sending out to the world from your own home. The Global March for Peace and Unity is taking place on September 21st in several locations around the city, so you may have easy access to attend. Let’s all work together and grow awareness of the possibilities, and make peace a part of our daily lives.

September 21 is the moment when the Peace Pole Grid will be to activated with the message
May Peace Prevail On Earth.  Those who participate will be performing the powerful act of
planetary acupuncture by sending energy through all the Peace Poles around the planet for a
Global Attunement for Peace.

There are various ways you can participate.  Meditate because global meditation has been proven to affect the WE ARE ALL ONE!

You can gather around a Peace Pole in your community.  Plant a Peace Pole.  Craft your own Peace Pole.

Place a desktop Peace Pole on your personal altar.  Wear a May Peace Prevail On Earth button or hand out a bumper sticker,

PEACE DAY FESTIVAL Sunday, September 21, 2pm to 5 pm, All Are Welcome
Family activities, presentation, flag ceremony, food (bring side)
Point Grove, Lakeshore Dr., North Park

INTERFAITH GATHERING Sunday, September 21, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Sullivan Hall, 115 Bigham Street at St. Mary of the Mount Church
Peace Pole Celebration Memorial to victims of violence World Flag Ceremony Social to follow
For more information, please contact Sandy Crowley at 412 381-0212, ext 101 or scrowley@smomp.org

WORLD GRADITUDE DAY
605 Morewood Avenue, Shadyside, 15213, 3:00 – 5:00 pm
First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh Undercroft Art Gallery
http://worldgratitudeday.wordpress.com/

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP DAY FESTIVAL AND CONCERT
Sunday, September 21, 2014, 4:00 to 9:00 pm
Hill House Association Blakey Center 1908 Wylie Ave. Pittsburgh , PA 15219
Global Teleconference and Webcast 

September 21, the International Day of Peace, twelve noon, California

Pacific time (PDT), which is 3 pm New York time, there will be a free

Global Teleconference and Webcast to help activate the Peace Pole Grid and anchor the Universal Message of May Peace Prevail On Earth in a guided global meditation.

The Peace Pole Grid  consists of over 200,000 peace poles that have been planted throughout the world.

For information, click on

http://www.worldpeace.org/activities_teleconference.php

Call in Number: 1-425-440-5100 – PIN: 862166

Webcast Link: http://instantteleseminar.com/?eventid=58368774

On the same page, you can convert your time, and you can register.

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