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Watch what Casey Neistat did when 20th Century Fox handed him $25,000.00 to make a movie trailer for The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
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10 Million Clicks For Peace endorser, Nobel Peace Prize winner, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, delivers the message of UBUNTU to the world.
A tribute poem entitled His Day is Done delivered by iconic American poet, Dr. Maya Angelou, on behalf of the American people in memory of Nelson Mandela.
What a fascinating way to spead love and hope out into the world! Global Love Letters was an idea acted upon by founders Simon Paul Sutton and Miguel Freire. It has started a grassroots movement that is spreading worldwide and putting smiles on faces and joy into the hearts of thousands as unsuspecting people discover an anonymous love letter written to them in the strangest of places.
Friend of 10 Million Clicks For Peace and peacemaker, Peter Melton, shares his Oneness sign in support of the International Day of Peace today. Visit TheOnenessSign.com for more information. #PeaceDay
Each September 21, the world celebrates Peace Day. This year’s theme is Education for Peace and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon offered this statement: “On this International Day of Peace, let us pledge to teach our children the value of tolerance and mutual respect. Let us invest in the schools and teachers that will build a fair and inclusive world that embraces diversity. Let us fight for peace and defend it with all our might.”
On the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, the Dalai Lama recorded this short inspirational message about his dream for the world.
From Ted.com: In Lebanon there is one gunshot a year that isn’t part of a scene of routine violence: The opening sound of the Beirut International Marathon. In a moving talk, marathon founder May El-Khalil explains why she believed a 26.2-mile running event could bring together a country divided for decades by politics and religion, even if for one day a year.
The full transcript from Ted.com appears below video.
Today we begin the 100-day countdown to the observance of the International Day of Peace, when the United Nations calls on all combatants around the world to lay down their arms and to give peace a real chance.
The International Day of Peace, marked on 21 September each year, offers an opportunity for the world to pause, reflect and consider how best to break the vicious cycle of violence that conflict creates.
The theme for the Day this year is “Education for Peace”. The United Nations will examine the role education can play in fostering global citizenship. It is not enough to teach children how to read, write and count. Education has to cultivate mutual respect for others and the world in which we live, and help people forge more just, inclusive and peaceful societies. Read more
A great friend of 10 Million Clicks For Peace, Peter Melton, has offered the world a new peace sign in support of Global Oneness Day, October 24, 2013. Watch his video to learn more about why he created what we call Peace Sign 2.0:-) Peace Out!