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UBUNTU! A message of peace from Archbishop Desmond Tutu

December 21, 2013 by admin  
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This post first appeared in the Modern Day Mastery blog here.

10 Million Clicks For Peace endorser, Nobel Peace Prize winner, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, delivers the message of UBUNTU to the world.

Julian Kalmar and Rick Beneteau want to know if you've got what it takes to step up and be a leader in the new world transformation. CLICK HERE to find out.

His Day is Done - A Tribute Poem for Nelson Mandela by Dr. Maya Angelou

December 11, 2013 by admin  
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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.

Will you deliver your Global Love Letters today?

November 6, 2013 by admin  
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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.

Sound intriguing? Check out their video below and visit their site Then get out pen and paper and start delivering your global love letters! Read more

The Dalai Lama’s message on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington

August 31, 2013 by admin  
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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.

Aung San Suu Kyi’s Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech

March 13, 2013 by admin  
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Aung San Suu Kyi delivers an empassioned Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech in Norway on June 16, 2012.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu & Forgiveness Project Part 5

November 25, 2012 by admin  
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This is the last of a 5-part video series on Forgiveness with Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
You can :
watch part 1 here

watch part 2 here
watch part 3 here

watch part 4 here

On 12th May 2010 more than 800 people piled into St John’s Smith Square, London, to hear Archbishop Desmond Tutu, founding patron of The Forgiveness Project, deliver our inaugural annual lecture – ‘Is Violence Ever Justified?’ Touching briefly on the Church’s view of a just war and challenging the audience to consider ‘what would you do if you discovered your daughter being raped?’, he then asked permission to talk more generally about things that he feels passionate about – for instance the process of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the transformative nature of forgiveness, and the uniquely African concept of Ubuntu – ‘I am me, because you are you’. Archbishop Tutu was joined on stage by Mary Blewitt who lost 50 members of her family in the Rwandan genocide; Jo Berry whose father was killed in the 1984 Brighton bombing; and Patrick Magee, the former IRA activist who planted the bomb. The event was chaired by BBC broadcaster Edward Stourton, and sponsored by Anglo American, with The Independent newspaper as our media sponsor. Read more

Archbishop Desmond Tutu & Forgiveness Project Part 4

November 24, 2012 by admin  
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This is part 4 of a 5-part video series on Forgiveness with Archbishop Desmond Tutu. You can watch part 1 here
watch part 2 here
watch part 3 here

On 12th May 2010 more than 800 people piled into St John’s Smith Square, London, to hear Archbishop Desmond Tutu, founding patron of The Forgiveness Project, deliver our inaugural annual lecture – ‘Is Violence Ever Justified?’ Touching briefly on the Church’s view of a just war and challenging the audience to consider ‘what would you do if you discovered your daughter being raped?’, he then asked permission to talk more generally about things that he feels passionate about – for instance the process of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the transformative nature of forgiveness, and the uniquely African concept of Ubuntu – ‘I am me, because you are you’. Archbishop Tutu was joined on stage by Mary Blewitt who lost 50 members of her family in the Rwandan genocide; Jo Berry whose father was killed in the 1984 Brighton bombing; and Patrick Magee, the former IRA activist who planted the bomb. The event was chaired by BBC broadcaster Edward Stourton, and sponsored by Anglo American, with The Independent newspaper as our media sponsor. Read more

Archbishop Desmond Tutu & Forgiveness Project Part 3

November 23, 2012 by admin  
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This is part 3 of a 5-part video series on Forgiveness with Archbishop Desmond Tutu. You can watch part 1 here
watch part 2 here

On 12th May 2010 more than 800 people piled into St John’s Smith Square, London, to hear Archbishop Desmond Tutu, founding patron of The Forgiveness Project, deliver our inaugural annual lecture – ‘Is Violence Ever Justified?’ Touching briefly on the Church’s view of a just war and challenging the audience to consider ‘what would you do if you discovered your daughter being raped?’, he then asked permission to talk more generally about things that he feels passionate about – for instance the process of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the transformative nature of forgiveness, and the uniquely African concept of Ubuntu – ‘I am me, because you are you’. Archbishop Tutu was joined on stage by Mary Blewitt who lost 50 members of her family in the Rwandan genocide; Jo Berry whose father was killed in the 1984 Brighton bombing; and Patrick Magee, the former IRA activist who planted the bomb. The event was chaired by BBC broadcaster Edward Stourton, and sponsored by Anglo American, with The Independent newspaper as our media sponsor. Read more

Archbishop Desmond Tutu & Forgiveness Project Part 2

November 22, 2012 by admin  
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This is part 2 of a 5-part video series on Forgiveness with Archbishop Desmond Tutu. You can watch part 1 here.

On 12th May 2010 more than 800 people piled into St John’s Smith Square, London, to hear Archbishop Desmond Tutu, founding patron of The Forgiveness Project, deliver our inaugural annual lecture – ‘Is Violence Ever Justified?’ Touching briefly on the Church’s view of a just war and challenging the audience to consider ‘what would you do if you discovered your daughter being raped?’, he then asked permission to talk more generally about things that he feels passionate about – for instance the process of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the transformative nature of forgiveness, and the uniquely African concept of Ubuntu – ‘I am me, because you are you’. Archbishop Tutu was joined on stage by Mary Blewitt who lost 50 members of her family in the Rwandan genocide; Jo Berry whose father was killed in the 1984 Brighton bombing; and Patrick Magee, the former IRA activist who planted the bomb. The event was chaired by BBC broadcaster Edward Stourton, and sponsored by Anglo American, with The Independent newspaper as our media sponsor.

Jo Berry: Making Friends with the Enemy

October 31, 2012 by admin  
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I made a personal decision just two days after an IRA bomb killed my lovely father, Sir Anthony Berry, to bring something positive out of the horror and to try and understand those who had killed him. My father was attending the Conservative Party ConferencPatrick Mage in Brighton in 1984 and was staying at the Grand Hotel. I did not just lose my Dad that day. I was catapulted into a conflict which I then became a part of, feeling the pain and violence of each and every killing.

The journey of healing began with one small step and I trusted that life would then bring me the opportunities to heal and grow. Within two months of my father’s death, I randomly shared a taxi with someone whose brother had been in the IRA and had been killed by a British soldier. We should have been enemies but instead we talked about a world where peace was possible and there were no enemies. As I left the taxi, I suddenly understood that this was one way I could contribute; I could build a bridge across the divide. Read more

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