The UN has produced a new planetary ideology and spirituality consisting of five basic harmonies.
i. Harmony between humanity and the planet (population, conservation, environment, no armaments).
ii. Harmony of the human family and of its natural and human-made groups (races, sexes, generations, nations, cultures, languages, religions, corporations, no wars, no violence, all conflicts and differences being resolved with civilized, peaceful means).
iii. Harmony with the past and with the future (preservation of genetic material, of nature's elements, of the earth's living species' and flora, of cultures, preservation and preparation of a better, safer and more beautiful planet for future generations).
iv. Harmony with the heavens: the religions are cooperating in a United Religions Organization and have produced a code of cosmic laws to be followed by all peoples and groups on our celestial body.
v. The fulfillment, happiness, harmony, and contribution of each human being to the human family, to the planet, to the universe, and to the stream of eternal time. The art of peaceful, happy, responsible, contributing living is taught to all. -- In Bali, we have philosophy of Tri Hita Karana. This is a life philosophy that has been rooted from the Hindu community in Bali, namely (1) harmonious relation between human and physical environment (Palemahan); (2) harmonious relation between human and its social environment (Pawongan); and (3) harmonious relation between human and the Supreme God (Parhyangan).
Let make the world harmony!!!
Chief Editor of Bali Travel News
Let fly your hopes on wings of peace
I´m Nicky Davies, Disarmament Coordinator for Greenpeace International.
Next weekend, August 6th, is the 60th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
I´ll be in Hiroshima to honour the 210,000 people who died in the world´s first attack with nuclear weapons, and to call upon world leaders to abolish the 30,000 nuclear weapons that continue to threaten our world, our children, and our future.
I ask you to join us by writing a short message about your hopes and aspirations for a nuclear free and peaceful world. Messages will be printed on feather-shaped cards and put on dove-shaped balloons that will be flown in Hiroshima on August 5th at 8:15 a.m. (exactly 24 hours before the anniversary of the bombing).
Lasting peace is possible - but not before every nation agrees to remove one of our world´s most destructive and destabilizing forces - nuclear weapons and the materials that are used to make those weapons.
We are asking the world to set a timetable for disarmament. Japan can take the first step by halting its plans to make nuclear weapons-usable plutonium at the Rokkasho reprocessing plant in Rokkasho-Mura, Aomori.
My friend Atsuko Nogawa, Greenpeace Japan´s Nuclear Campaigner says that "In Japan, we can mark a significant step towards achieving a nuclear free world if we stop the Rokkasho reprocessing plant. Please send us your messages now".
You´re just a click away from joining us in Hiroshima. Please send your message now, and know that your hopes and your words will fly with those of others all over the world on Hiroshima day, in a global call for peace.
Blogathon 2005! Blog for Peace!
Our friend John, a supporter who runs a personal weblog called Logical Voice, will be Blogging for Greenpeace in the 2005 Blogathon on August 6th and 7th. This annual event challenges bloggers around the world to post every half hour for 24 hours to raise money for charity.
John's blog will feature guest entries from Hiroshima, where our campaigner Rianne will be commemorating the bombing with a delegation of children.
If you'd like to sponsor John as he struggles to keep his eyes open and type sensibly for an entire day, you can make a pledge here:
Even if you can't make a pledge, drop in on John's blog to cheer him on next weekend!
If you'd like to find out more about the blogathon, or stay up late on August 6th to blog for peace yourself, you can find out more here:
Reply to: email@example.com if you'll be blogging for Greenpeace. We'd love to hear from you.