Archive for September, 2009

“Imagine” May Peace Prevail On Earth Video-Pakistan

Monday, September 7th, 2009

August 22, 2009

May Peace Prevail On Earth Intention Mediation will be starting soon with our Music Concerts in Asia and around the world as soon as we have our sponsors in place .We will be informing you as soon as we start our concerts. The Intention is to make people aware of Peace, to meditate with us during the concert and the feedback we receive from the audience will be used for our Forgotten Children Projects in Uganda.

Peace Intention Meditation 

Pleas join us anytime, wherever you are.


Take a moment to watch the May Peace Prevail On Earth Intention Meditation Video.  It is absolutely beautiful and so inspiring.  http//


 May Peace Prevail On Earth!

In gratitude and respect,  Yubupa Pat Peace theonesoul

This video was forwarded to WPPS from Yuel Bhatti, a very dedicated WPPS friend and member who lives in Pakistan.  He works closely with WPPS Peace Representative, Father Channan.

Yuel’s younger sister created this video piece.

“Imagine” May Peace Prevail On Earth!








Peace Pole in Bariloche, Argentina

Monday, September 7th, 2009

August 1, 2009

This Peace Pole was planted at the Jean Paget School in a town called Bariloche, located in the southern Argentina, by teachers, students and their families.

Elena Becu
Proyecto de Paz, en Latino America





Peace Pole at Speedy Market, St. Paul, Minnesota-USA

Monday, September 7th, 2009

August 27th, 2009

To commemorate the  Summer of Peace event, a re-dedication ceremony was held  at the Peace Pole at Speedy Market on the corner of Dale & Thomas.

Tait A. Danielson Castillo
Executive Director
District 7 Planning Council
533 N. Dale Street
St. Paul, MN  55103

Information submitted by WPPS, Peace Representative, Melvin Giles






Cayman Islands’ 1st Peace Pole- The Caribbean

Sunday, September 6th, 2009

August 26th, 2009

Joining students for the unveiling and planning of Cayman’s first Peace Pole in the George Town Dart Park last week, Minister of Community Affairs Mike Adam has called on residents to come together to sow seeds of peace in homes, on the job, at school and in the wider community. The Peace Pole was the brainchild of five students who had participated in the Empowerment and Community Development Agency’s (ECDA) summer film project which looked at discrimination. Speaking at the event on August 26ht during the Peace Pole ceremony, a prominent international symbol of harmony, the minister said “We have to stand up for peace-promoting principles such as cooperating with the police and becoming our brother’s and sister’s keepers. Let us commit to joining these students in taking a stand for harmony and saying no lawlessness and violence.” 

Inara Myles, one of the students who spearheaded the Peace Pole planting, said, “The pole symbolizes the oneness of humanity and our common wish to have a peaceful world. It reminds us to think, speak and act in the spirit of harmony!” Fellow-student Daniel Connolly-Foster explained that Cayman’s first peace pole has the message ’may peace prevail on earth’ written in English, Spanish, Taggalo, and Hindi, representing some of the key languages spoken in Cayman. The remaining students involved in the project, Ana Olson, Jenna Munruddin and Megan Ebanks read a peace poem they had written and led the audience in the songs Send it On and Heal the World. A video produced by the students as part of the summer film project and entitled Stop Discrimination was also viewed before the unveiling. “This is a powerful reminder in the midst of the negative events that have recently beset our community that our best hope for a bright, peaceful and prosperous future rests with our young people,” Mike Adam stated.



Peace Pole at School Sisters of Notre Dame African Novitiate-West Africa

Sunday, September 6th, 2009

June 11th, 2009

A handcrafted Peace Pole was planted at the School Sisters of Notre Dame African Novitiate Sunyani, Ghana, West Africa on June 11, 2009.

The dedication of the Peace Pole took place during a prayer service.  The service included a song, a blessing of the Peace Pole, prayers for peace and finally a personal Commitment to Peace by the novices, directors, staff and invited guests of the School Sisters of Notre Dame African Novitiate. 

The Peace Pole is planted in a significant place on the entrance road into the Novitiate so that each one entering will pass the Peace Pole.

The four languages on the Peace Pole are Twi, English, Swahili and German.  These languages represent the languages connected to the novices sisters and staff living and ministering at the novitiate.







2008 Peace Pals™ International Art Exhibition 1st Prize Winner-Hong Kong, CHINA

Sunday, September 6th, 2009

Lydia Ho Mak won 1st prize in the 11th Annual Peace Pals International Art Exhibition (Ages 9-12 category). Attached is a photograph of Lydia with her drawing, certificate and the pencil set.
Sponsors for Peace Pals™ International Art Exhibition:

Rotary District 7210 – Region 2 – New York USA.:
Catskill Art Supply –
United Nations Cyberschoolbus – The United Nations Global Teaching &
Learning Project –
To learn more about Peace Pals™ please visit:

WPPC at Peace Village, Hains Falls, NY-USA

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

August 29th, 2009

On August 29th, Peace Village, a Learning & Retreat Center of the Brahma Kumaris opened their hearts and doors to the community for a week long celebration in honor of its 10th Anniversary.  A Peace Pole was planted and dedicated a few years ago on this lovely campus.  There are over 8000 Centers in 130 countries throughout the world!

As part of the opening Ceremony, the World Peace Prayer and Flag Ceremony was presented by Ann Marie Williams and Jim Dugan from The World Peace Sanctuary.

The 195 flag bears formed a circle in the center of the auditorium as people united their hearts in spirit as they sent the prayer, May Peace Prevail On Earth to the countries in every region throughout the world!

WPPS, Ann Marie Williams with Sr. Mohini (center), Spiritual Leader & President of Brahma Kumaris in North and South America and The Caribbean Islands

WPPS, Ann Marie Williams with Sr. Mohini (center), Spiritual Leader & President of Brahma Kumaris in North and South America and The Caribbean Islands