☮ World Peace Day Peace Pledges from The Sage in association with World Peace Tyneside ☮

On Sunday 21st September (World Peace Day) we asked how the people who came to the World Peace Day celebrations at the Sage in Gateshead could make peace in their lives and this is what they said:

I pledge to make peace by…Make your Peace Pledge here

  1. Persuading terrorists to follow a peaceful path J
  2. Connection self-others-nature ❤
  3. Tuesday
  4. Be at peace in myself to be peaceful with others. Support inner peace with meditation
  5. Accepting all human beings as such…
  6. Sending out prayers for world peace daily
  7. End to all racism in the world
  8. Supporting Palestinians
  9. Service to others love and peace
  10. Holding love & giving love to all
  11. Being a kind person to others and help the needed
  12. I being kind to people
  13. Finding peace within myself and giving love to all…
  14. Meditation & growing my compassion loving my daughter & family
  15. By praying a ceasefire lasts forever
  16. Loving myself betterWorld Peace Day Peace pledge tree
  17. Help more around the house.
  18. Being kind and compassionate to everyone I meet
  19. Being kind
  20. Having & encouraging peace within me. Let it begin with me.
  21. By being understanding to the people who did not get what they wanted in the ref. I got what I wanted
  22. Campaign to have no taxes used for militarism, but for peace instead
  23. Working to support the U.N. + United Nations Association
  24. Being kinder and less judgemental of people
  25. Accepting other points of view
  26. Spreading more peace, love & understanding
  27. Keeping things simple peace for everyone
  28. Spreading love and peace thoughts across the world
  29. No new development of weapons
  30. Play Star Wars – Only play! Leon, Age 3
  31. Asking for the holy spirit & Christ to be with us forever
  32. By spreading love even when challenged
  33. Opening my heart more and moreWorld Peace Day 2014
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Cestria Homes talk peace at Nettlesworth for World Peace Day 2013

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Last week Cestria Homes held a community event with children in Nettlesworth, County Durham.

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They had the most fantastic community day and lots of people of all ages turned up they all learned a little about Space for Peace

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The children were from ages 2 to 9 years old and Angela, Housing Officer for Cestria Homes, spoke to them about what Peace was and they assumed being at peace was being happy so that is the way they drew the pictures, things that made them happy. They had a competition for a 1st 2nd and 3rd place and the winning entry is going to be printed onto a cup, to promote Space for Peace and International Peace Day The winner was the one with the rainbow, 2 friends sitting on the swings and the words friends at the top.

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Cestria Homes have many more events planned in association with Space for Peace to celebrate World Peace Day this year.

Follow the blog to find out about other events held by supporters of Space for Peace for International Peace Day, 21st September 2013.

To find out more about Space For Peace find us on twitter, @spaceforpeaceuk, and facebook, SpaceforPeaceUK or visit our website, spaceforpeace.co.uk.

Smile 4 Peace

smile for peace‘Peace begins with a smile’ – Mother Theresa

 

 

International world peace day is this Saturday, and in preparation for 21st September we are asking people to simply make an extra effort to smile at more people, more often and to smile back when others smile at you.

We don’t mean randomly smiling at total strangers, that could look a bit weird. Smile more to yourself, to your friends, colleagues and the people you recognize who you see everyday on the bus, the tube, the station, the office block etc. If just smiling feels strange, feel free to add a simple greeting.

We ask that, in the spirit of Mother Theresa’s quote at the top of the page that people make this extra effort on 20th September, the day before Peace Day.  We want the day before peace day to become known as a day of smiling and happiness.

Why ‘Smile4Peace’ ?

  • Smiling actually makes you feel happier.  We all know we smile when we are happy, but scientists have proven that the act of smiling itself releases endorphins that make us feel happier, even when we are not happy. Smiling brings positive psychological and physiological changes that benefits your health and happiness.
  • Smiling releases dopamine, endorphins and serotonin which work to reduce stress, relieve pain and and lift your mood.
  • Smiling is contagious, studies have shown that when you smile at someone, their brain unconciously wants to return the favour.  So when you smile at someone it encourages them to smile back, and as already mentioned the act of smiling makes them feel happier.  That’s right, when you smile at someone you feel happier and so do they!
  • When you smile, people treat you differently. Studies have demonstrated that smiling faces are more likely to be viewed with positive attributes such as reliable, sincere, relaxed and attractive.

The world is simply a happier, safer and better place when you smile.  And that is why ‘Peace begins with a smile’

So please join us on 20th September and ‘smile4peace’

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