Earthdance and global peace!


 TIP FOR TODAY: Thought you might be interested in this message I just got from Agape Media and Michael Beckwith about the Earhtdance global festival…

“Join Michael Beckwith in the Earthdance global festival for world peace, simultaneously spanning over 350 cities and 60 countries on Saturday, September 18th, at 4pm PST.

What if you could make a movie about world peace in your lifetime?  You can, and it’s easier than you think.  Agape Media International has partnered with Earthdance and CitizenGlobal to bring together the art of storytelling and the practice of peacemaking.  It’s called the Earthdance Global Film Jam!  We invite you to star in the show.

Yes, this Saturday, Earthdance International will broadcast the largest synchronized prayer for peace  in the world – now in its 14th year. You can sign up to participate in the Prayer for Peace at www.earthdance.org.

 On September 18th, 2010, musicians, DJs, artists, native elders, and speakers with a common goal to “build a world culture of peace”, will join together.  Each event will focus on recognizing and honoring the diversity of faiths and cultures that make up our human family. Ranging from 200 to 10,000 attendees, Earthdance events are happening in:

ARGENTINA, AUSTRALIA, BRAZIL, BOLIVIA, CANADA, CYPRUS, GERMANY, GREECE, INDIA, KENYA, MEXICO, NETHERLANDS, SPAIN, PERU, RUSSIA, SOUTH AFRICA, SRI LANKA, TAIWAN, UGANDA, ZAMBIA, the PHILIPPINES and more.

Earthdance will be televised globally on http://www.peaceday.tv/ and http://www.earthdance.tv/ in live video streams from multiple locations around the world.

The Dalai Lama told Earthdance founder Chris Deckker: “I think global events are a really hopeful sign. When something happens on one side of the planet, it naturally affects the other side. After all, we all share the same blue planet.” 

Please visit the Earthdance International Website at: http://earthdance.org to see the complete list of cities participating, to find out which charities are being supported, to join the Earthdance Network, or to view the Global Webcast. Each public Earthdance event commits to donate 50% or more of their profits to a local charity for peace, sustainability, or social justice, which means your participation directly benefits the causes you care most about.”

Enjoy, “Zippy”

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