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Lion Adventure Travels will surpass all your expectations!!

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Jun 11, 2018 @ 02:21pm

As a former travel agent for many years we are looking forward to working on creating travel adventures for many people to special, unforgettable and life changing destinations.

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Jun 11, 2018 @ 02:20pm

Hey folks send me a request on Facebook and I'll be streaming my gig live from Sparta, NC this Friday evening. Much love to tall! #RAWK #williammasseymusic

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Apr 25, 2018 @ 02:00pm

Very enlightening, so many accomplishments for the world! Mazal Tov. I am extremely proud of you and One World Blue. May One World Blue reach the hearts and minds of people around the world. May you continue your holy endeavors one good deed at a time.

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Mar 29, 2018 @ 11:28am

One World Blue would like to acknowledge JDO Designs and Consulting for their exemplary work in computer maintenance and repair. They work with honesty and fair prices and they are the choice of our network for computer maintenance. They also work on computers remotely so you do not need to be in their area for them to access your laptop for many diagnostic and scanning services.

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Mar 5, 2018 @ 11:19am

This is a wonderful service to have available. Definitely will keep in mind as soon as I have a need.

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Mar 4, 2018 @ 10:54am

Happy Birthday my friend Sholom. When Hashem creates goodness He does it with Sholom. You have been a guiding Light in my life. May Hashem honor you for that.

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Mar 2, 2018 @ 04:44am

Thanks for all of the love everyone! Can't wait to contribute more!

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Feb 28, 2018 @ 08:59pm

Thanks!

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Feb 26, 2018 @ 07:59pm

Inspiring sound! Keep playing and lifting people up with your music. It is great to see you here

in

Feb 25, 2018 @ 01:21pm

SO AWSOME THEO. YOU ARE AN AMAZING TALENTED ARTIST‼️EACH PAINTING IS SO INSPIRING😀😊😘

in

Feb 16, 2018 @ 10:46am

your story really touches me! What dedication and strength.

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Feb 13, 2018 @ 09:47am

We need lots of motivation in today's world to do good.

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Feb 13, 2018 @ 09:45am

I like what you are doing.

in

Feb 11, 2018 @ 10:34pm

interesting to many of us who care.

in

Feb 5, 2018 @ 07:45am

Like how you relate to people with love.

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Feb 4, 2018 @ 10:18am

This is interesting how technology is being used to make the world smaller in some ways. Great!

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Jan 7, 2018 @ 05:56pm

Working together is the way to repair the world. I am all aboard!!

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Dec 25, 2017 @ 09:50pm

Congratulations to Charles Thomas. Winner of 2017 StarQuest TV Challenge!! Much love to you and your family. You did so well today!! May you succeed in all your endeavors. The One World Blue Network salutes you!! To all the contestants who performed today, you did a fabulous job. Keep reaching for the stars!!!

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Dec 16, 2017 @ 07:46pm

Latest Buzz

May 18, 2018 @ 03:06pm

Hey folks I'll be debuting a few new songs this evening on WKSK's "Live After 5" segment out of West Jefferson, NC. The show will be streamed live here: http://580wksk.com

Hope yall can tune in!

William #RAWK #williammasseymusic

Apr 29, 2018 @ 04:03pm

Hey folks check out my updated Spotlight page for a brand spankin new song! Hope yall enjoy!

William

Mar 15, 2018 @ 07:05am

"The Best Is Yet To Come"
The Best is Yet to Come is Progressive New Faith Fellowship Baptist Church book. With Overseer Davis and many of the outreach ministries as well as the look inside of our church and church family.
The book is on sale for $140.00 it has 132 pages of full color. Please order your book now and click fund to pay. Remember we are all trying to make a difference in this world by putting God first and being able to help someone along the way. Thank you in advance.

Feb 25, 2018 @ 12:15pm

Massey will perform at Muddy Creek Music Hall on Sunday, March 4th,as part of their songwriter round, web-link: https://www.muddycreekcafeandmusichall.com

Nov 19, 2017 @ 04:10pm

Tickets will be released tomorrow for the StarQuest Finals Night at Sunny Jims right here on Blupela. $20 General Admission. $30 VIP. Stay Tuned for the Ticket release tomorrow. Seats are limited. Finals will be held at Sunny Jims on December 16th, 2017.

Nov 13, 2017 @ 08:39pm

Check out my daily video on Face Book at Online Community Church -- it's called "Convertible Conversations" and is a 4-7 minute discussion about encouraging spiritual topics!

Nov 13, 2017 @ 08:37pm

My latest novel "Convertible Conversations" will be out the end of this month. Stay tuned for more information! Paul Gray

Nov 13, 2017 @ 02:33pm

The Project Ambassador Program is now available with One World Blue. Contact our office to find out how you may benefit from this program. Ambassador brochures are also available to order thru the Blupela campaign page. Join this winning team and start making a difference in the world today!!

Jun 30, 2016 @ 12:16pm

2016 Summer Program: Saturday July 2

We will meet from 6-8PM to print prayer flags. Youth Sangha coordinator Bonnie Weiss will guide the children in meditation, chanting and stories in addition to the block printing. We will also have a potluck for snacks, so please bring something small to share (NO NUTS PLEASE). Tempa Lama will be away traveling.

Jun 20, 2016 @ 06:07pm

Stand together to condemn hate and violence! Join us for an evening of solidarity with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community in response to the tragedy in Orlando. Hear from leaders in the LGBT community, Jewish community, Muslim community, and others.

Jewish Community Center, Squirrel Hill

Levinson Hall

Thursday, June 23

7:00-8:00 p.m.

Registration not required

We are pleased share another opportunity to support the LGBT community as well:

Saturday, June 18th, 2016

12:45 pm

Samuel & Minnie Hyman Ballroom

Congregation Beth Shalom

A Conversation with Evan Wolfson,

Director of Freedom to Marry

Mr. Wolfson is a Pittsburgh native and graduate of Alderdice High School.

Shiur sponsored by:

Beth Shalom’s Adult Education Committee

This is a free event! Call 412.421.2288 x114 for more information.

Apr 13, 2016 @ 01:01pm

For Kids of all ages come and enjoy 'Get Out and Draw' a journey into the imagination with the Super Hero of Fun, Mr. Buckethead. Event Date: May 28, 2016. Where: Dormont Library, 2950 West Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15216. When: 1 pm to 4 pm

Mar 12, 2016 @ 05:56pm

For Kids of all ages come and enjoy 'Get Out and Draw' a journey into the imagination with the Super Hero of Fun, Mr. Buckethead. Event Date: May 28th, 2016 Where: Dormont Library, 2950 West Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15216. When: 1 pm to 4 pm

Feb 1, 2016 @ 12:41pm

Join us for our monthly Pittsburgh Sportsline TV show at the Hollywood Lanes (2961 West Liberty Ave. Dormont, Tonight, Monday night February 1st, from 7:30-8:30 pm. They are more than a bowling alley! This great venue owned by Jeffrey Parke is a multifaceted entertainment facility offering our Pittsburgh community a wide range of activities including: bowling, darts, live music, our sports talk TV show and much more!!! There will be food, drink and bowling specials during our show! NO COVER!

Jan 11, 2016 @ 03:45pm

Don't miss our First Atrias PNC Park Pittsburgh Sportsline TV show of 2016!!! We start filming at 7:30 PM tonight January 11, for our 60 minute TV show for our BPTV studio!

My co host Smokin' Jim Frazier and Allen Levine "The Talking Machine" are honored to be back. Enjoy great food, drinks, service, TV Sports talk entertainment, great guests and much more.

Ask about Valet parking and there is also FREE on street parking after 6 pm too!

Try "The Talking Machine" BIG MOUTH BURGER" (My favorite ;)) We are on VERIZON TV channel 32 everywhere in the Greater Pittsburgh area Tuesday-Saturday 7-8 PM. ONLY COMCAST 7 in Bethel Park

Jan 8, 2016 @ 05:49am

Friday January 8, 7-8:15pm: Introductory evening talk
Saturday January 9, 9:30am-5pm and Sunday January 10, 10am-1pm
Olmo Ling Bon Center and Institute, 1101 Greenfield Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Many of you requested that we offer a retreat on the ancient and powerful Bon Chod practice ‘Laughter of the Dakinis’ which is part of the weekly Saturday morning practice at Olmo Ling. We are happy to be able to respond to this request! The Chod practice ‘Laughter of the Dakinis’ features a hauntingly beautiful melody that is chanted and accompanied by the Tibetan hand-drum (Damaru) and bell, together with visualization. Please join us to learn this unique practice, and join us thereafter at the weekly Saturday morning meditation.

Dec 30, 2015 @ 10:45pm

Only 25 hours left to see our documentary just released of Chiropractic now for Free. So now it's time to open your last present, our latest documentary! It took Jim Chester and I two long years to bring it to completion and it's free to watch until New Year's Eve! So please give it a view and share it with your friends, especially to those who may not be in the best of health. Click the link on our Spotlight here on Blupela.com. Please also share with the media buttons on Facebook, Twitter and others and please spread the word. Only 25 hours left to see it now for Free.

Nov 9, 2015 @ 10:46pm

Join us for a joyful Welcome Back Party with Tempa Lama!

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Tuesday, November 10, 6:30-8:30pm
Olmo Ling Bon Center, 1101 Greenfield Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15217.

Please join us for a joyful Welcome Back Party with our resident teacher Tempa Lama. Food and beverages will be served. Please bring your family and friends – children are warmly welcome!

At the Welcome Back Party our executive director Susan Stringfellow will also share about exciting capacity-building efforts that are now underway.

In 2016, we are poised to develop dynamic efforts to disseminate the Bon wisdom teachings to an even wider audience by offering live streaming of retreats, empowerments and dharma talks; ecourses that provide an in-depth opportunity to study the ancient wisdom teachings at any pace, and more of the popular continuing education classes for professionals.

Nov 9, 2015 @ 04:58pm

You are cordially invited to an acoustic evening with:
Mike Stout and the Human Union
Saturday, November 14, 7:30pm
Point Breezeway Café, 7113 Reynolds Street, Pittsburgh PA
Featuring:
Laura Daniels – Keyboard
Kevin McDonald – Guitar
Dave McLaughlin – Violin/Fiddle
Dan Schlegel – Bass

PRICE: Whatever you can afford /or feel like contributing

Come hear original songs spanning 16 CDs, of Pittsburgh History
And the men and women who made our world a little better

Aug 24, 2015 @ 04:28pm

The Project to End Human Trafficking:
Women and Children of Uganda Gallery Exhibition
Photography by Maranie Rae
Curated by Natalie Grandinetti
SEPTEMBER 10
LEARN MORE
6:00-9:00PM
Opening Reception
Square Café
1137 South Braddock Ave, Pittsburgh, PA
Exhibition Duration:
August 29th - September 30th, 2015
The Project to End Human Trafficking (PEHT) has been working in Uganda for the past 5 years and will be returning in November 2015. Attendees of the Exhibition will have the opportunity to make a donation and purchase prints. All proceeds of this event will directly support ongoing projects and initiatives.

Jul 6, 2015 @ 04:16pm

On Sunday July 12 from 2-5 p.m., Glimpses of Humla, a fundraiser for the Humla Nursing Education Project, will be held at First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh in Shadyside. The fundraiser is sponsored by the Olmo Ling Bon Center and Institute, and One World Blue LLC. The First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh is located at 605 Morewood Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, 15213.

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5th Ave Store

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David Glick Realtor

$175.00

Incentive: Personal Spotlight created professionally by One World Blue

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Spring AquaH

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Jonathan Paterni

$70.00

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Jonathan Paterni

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Chabad House on Campus

$65.00

Incentive: Peace in the World Essay mounted on Filmboard with Photo Paper (10" x 10") Shipping included in the USA

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5th Ave Store

$125.00

Incentive: 1 month payment for Annual Spotlight Contract

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Melissa Reich

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May 6, 2018 @ 02:48pm

One World Blue, LLC

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The Jeweled Bird

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May 4, 2018 @ 04:12pm

Grace with Paul Gray

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Menucha V Simcha

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May 4, 2018 @ 10:13am

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Most Recent Ending Soon Up & ComingActive Initiatives

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*Infrastructure

Miracles of Love

Bridges for Peace, Inc.
Every day at Bridges for Peace we see miracles, small and great. This year we are celebrating the miracle of Israel on her 70th birthday. For more than fifty years, we have been a part of that miracle! Through our projects, Christians from around the world have participated in God’s miraculous ingathering of the Jewish people, helping in many ways to show them that Christians are indeed their friends.
Bridges for Peace In Action
Miracles of Love
As one amazing example, the mayor of Karmiel came to see the bomb shelters that our Home Repair team had renovated. He was visibly moved to see the quality of work our skilled volunteers were doing. “I expected to see a little bit of paint splashed on the walls,” he commented. Instead he saw new plumbing, including toilets and showers, new tile, and––of course––new paint.
We have now totally renovated eight bomb shelters out of twenty-two. It was an urgent need, as the specter of war on the northern border is a real and present threat. The shelters were full of trash, in total disrepair and largely unusable.
Now, they are ready to be part of the life-saving effort for the city of Karmiel, who didn’t have the money to make these repairs. Our labors are saving the city of Karmiel one million shekels (US $288,000). That is a miracle for the city and her inhabitants.

Will You Be Part of the Miracle?
We do all this and more to serve the Lord by supporting His people in their time of need. We don’t expect a reward, doing it because of our love for the Lord and His people. When we see the gratitude on the faces of the people whose lives we impact, it is so precious.
PLEASE CONSIDER GIVING SUPPORT TODAY. ONLY TWO SIMPLE STEPS REQUIRED. FIRST, REGISTER YOUR NAME ON THIS NETWORK BY CLICKING THE REGISTER BUTTON IN THE UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER, AND SECOND MAKE YOUR PLEDGE THROUGH THE SPONSOR TAB ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE PAGE. PLEASE CONSIDER HELPING TODAY. IT WILL BENEFIT MANY TO BRING SAFETY AND SECURITY WHERE IT IS NEEDED IN ISRAEL. MAY THE ALMIGHTY BLESS YOU IN KIND
We are honored that you trust Bridges for Peace to be your hands to bless the people of Israel. Your gifts make it possible for us to bring “miracles” for those in need in Zion. We need your financial partnership to renovate the bomb shelters, do home repairs for the wounded, the elderly, and the needy, and to feed new immigrants, children and the elderly. Thank you for sending a generous gift today.
Blessings from Israel,
Rebecca J. Brimmer, International President and CEO
Mission Statement
Bridges for Peace: Christians supporting Israel and building relationships between Christians and Jews in Israel and around the world.
Expanded Vision
It is our desire to see Christians and Jews working side by side for better understanding and a more secure Israel.
Founded in 1976, Bridges for Peace seeks to be a ministry of hope and reconciliation. Through programs both in Israel and worldwide, we are giving Christians the opportunity to actively express their biblical responsibility before God to be faithful to Israel and the Jewish community.
For too long, Christians have been silent. For too long, the Jewish community has had to fight its battles alone. It is time Christian individuals and congregations speak up for the people who gave us the Bible.
To Learn more about Bridges for Peace and the work we are doing please visit:
https://www.bridgesforpeace.com/

Votes1 DateMay 23, 2018

Funded: 0 $0.00

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*Empowerment

Hope and Happiness Initiative

Hope and Happiness Institute
THE HOPE AND HAPPINESS TRANSFORMATION PROCESS REALLY WORKS IN 6 SESSIONS OR LESS
Learn how to navigate and overcome your unique challenges, in both your personal and professional lives.
Your level of hope and happiness is not dependent upon others or your situation, rather how you perceive and interpret your situation.
Yaakov Rosenstein, CPC,
412-779-1661
Why we do what we do:
Because we really care about people and about God.
Because we really want to achieve our greatest potential and fulfillment of purpose.
We believe to work to heal, repair and complete this world made by God for the purpose of man and to prepare ourselves and others for its ultimate purpose and completion.
Our Values and Beliefs:
H: Health, Healing and Happiness
O: Optimism, Open-Minded, Organization
P: Purpose, Potential, Passion
E: Education, Energetic, Ethical
and
C: Creativity, Consideration, Collaboration
O: Overcoming Challenge, Opportunity, Optimal Living
P: Peace of Mind, Prioritization, Persistence
E: Empowerment, Empathy, Elevated Values
The Energy Leadership Development System
To thrive in our ever-changing world, while securing all you've worked for, we have created the Energy Leadership™ Development System.
Energy Leadership is the process that develops a personally effective style of leadership that positively influences and changes not only yourself, but also those with whom you work and interact, as well as your organization as a whole.
Leadership can be defined as how you interact with everyone, including yourself. We tend to think of them as business owners and CEO's and managers at various levels. However, EVERYONE is a leader - either by choice or by default. Leading is the way we help move people, including ourselves, into action. The question is not whether or not we are leaders, but how well we lead.
Therefore, the Energy Leadership Development System will help you to become your ideal leader and a happier, more accomplished person.
The Energy Leadership Development System is based upon the 7 Levels of Leadership, which will raise your energy and awareness to new levels of performance, which positively impacts all you encounter.
The Energy Leadership Index (E.L.I.) is a one-of-a-kind assessment that enables individuals to recognize how they "show up" in the world by understanding their perceptions, attitudes, behaviors, and overall leadership capabilities. This unique assessment allows for a complete, clear, customized coaching program associated with it, called the Energy Leadership Development System. Each person, along with their coach, creates their personalized developmental roadmap to becoming more empowered in leading your life and affecting the life of others.
We offer attorneys (or other service professionals) a 90 day, money-back guarantee program, to measurably live with more success and less stress. This is based upon the CPA (Clarify, Prioritize and Actualize) Coaching Method and Energy Leadership Development System.
The Energy Leadership™ Development System
It consists of the foundational segments that help you know where you are, realize where you want to be, and recognize and break through any of the blocks that are in the way of your success.
The 8 Building Blocks of the Energetic Leader
The next 8 segments in your program provide the accelerated training needed to master the areas necessary to become an ideal leader.
• Emotional Intelligence
• Dynamic Communication
• Influencing and Engaging Others
• Problem Solving
• Productivity and Decision Making
• High Energy Relationships
• Health and Wellness
• Time Management and Balance
The Result of Energy Leadership? Less effort and stress, with more success and fulfillment!

My hiking Rocky Mtn Natl Park in end of June.
The Benefits:
Emotional Health: (comfort, peace of mind, emotional relief, hope, engagement)
Spiritual Wealth: (meaning, fulfillment, happiness, clarity from confusion, sense of purpose, motivation, faith)
Now is the time to find hope, joy and the courage to make a change and move your life forward toward new achievements and or simply learn how to deal with your struggles.
You can have more peace of mind, more personal freedom, more personal - professional balance, and simply, live a life that you will love.
The work we do is 100% private and confidential. It is enjoyable and leaves you feeling invigorated. It is something that you probably have never experienced, and is not like working with a psychologist, a consultant, a colleague or a friend.
It all starts with a strategic session, to explore and clarify your problems and desires. We create a customized action plan that will work for you, so that you can see clear, measurable results in only 30 days or less.
And best of all, if you don't feel happier and less stressed in 30 days of working together, we will gladly return your personal investment. So why wait, 'til it's too late?
Our CPA coaching process can work for you!
Clarify ◦Your Goals, Your Values, Your Stresses
Prioritize ◦Your Goals, Your Values, Your Priorities
Actualize​ ◦Your Goals, Your Priorities, Your Accomplishments
You don't need to remain stuck or overwhelmed. You can find hope, joy and personal freedom, at last!
No matter who or where you are in life, you can benefit from sound advice and practical strategies to reach your dreams. Our expertise and experience will help you turn potential problems into opportunities. You deserve to move forward and live with hope, happiness and fulfillment.
Meet Yaakov Rosenstein, CPC Certified Personal Coach
Hope and Happiness Hotline - Yaakov Rosenstein, PCP 412-779-1661
See front page Post Gazette article:
http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/local/uncategorized/rabbi-makes-house-calls-with-lessons-486971/
We also have a Hope and Happiness Blog where we delve into various issues to help you.
WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES...
In order to achieve your goals and dreams, you need to be free from the negative, annoying, limiting emotional blocks, such as: stress, overwhelm, overload, self-doubt, fear, worry, guilt, frustration and anger.
IMAGINE YOURSELF FREE FROM EMOTIONAL BLOCKS...
If you could go beyond your limitations, to have more engagement with less emotional resistance, how interested would you be to learn a different way? This is what great coaching is all about.
IN CONCLUSION
This is what our institute is all about - to help people, to have more freedom, success, joy and passion.

Votes1 DateMay 18, 2018

Funded: 0 $0.00

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*Freedom

Peace in the World Campaign

One World Blue, LLC
I have a dream that the world would be better and a safe place to live.
Children should not be afraid to be without their parents. They should not be worried about being kidnapped. People should realize that they should not hurt anyone and try to understand what they are doing.
I think it is very meaningless to have war. It is senseless to fight and kill one another. God did not put people on Earth to fight, argue, or hurt each other.
Poverty is very harmful and cruel to people. It can sometimes kill a person. It would be nice if poor people did not have to go to bed hungry.
Robbery scares me a whole lot, and I am sure it scares alot of other people too. People are sometimes shot and killed because they protect their belongings. Probably if people had the things they needed, there would be no more robberies.
It is a shame people are so terrified about highjacks on a plane that they don't even go on them. I hope in the future people will be able to go on a plane without worrying about a highjack.
If people try and work together they can make this world a better one. I am willing to try, are you?
The Peace in the World Essay written by the founder and CEO of One World Blue when he was in elementary school may be ordered here online (Place order on Left Side of this Page under 'From the Heart').
Order comes with the Essay mounted on Filmboard with Photopaper Glaze (Size is 10" x 10 ") Shipping Included

Votes7 DateApr 23, 2018

Funded: 10 $780.00

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Make clean water available to all citizens of all nation's Globally.

Spring AquaHJun 1, 2018 @ 08:47pmMore

The world itself doesn’t need healed/changed, we the people can make a difference. Gratitude and intention go a long way.

True Blue Healing ArtsMay 17, 2018 @ 10:29pmMore

Let people know that what ever hurt they have is not forever and they have help available to them, they just need to know where to look. And look no farther than your own back yard because there are many people and organizations making a difference in the world!

Lollipops@PicklesMay 1, 2018 @ 05:41pmMore

Spread joy, smiles, and positivity.

Motivation ChampsApr 26, 2018 @ 06:10pmMore

Transforming the world through Community, Social Action and Awareness, Lionheart brings projects that Lift humanity and elevate the World.

Lionheart EnterprisesApr 10, 2018 @ 04:43amMore

Help people find a way out of the 'Financial Matrix' is the main thing that we do. Our company was also founded on Leadership principles that offer Continuing Education for CPA's. Corporate Training for individuals to use personally or to help train the staff they have in their businesses.

Financial FitnessApr 9, 2018 @ 06:57pmMore

To elevate the Physical to the Spiritual

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To find treasures in antiquity and to treat them as such.

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We have to focus on the most underprivileged human beings. Being Jewish we are focused on our Holy Land the land of Israel which G-d bestowed to the Jewish people and we come to the aid of the most vulnerable people in the Holy Land. These are the orphans and children at risk that we are taking under our wings at a young age and by the time they are adults they serve in the army and get married to build a beautiful home in Israel.

American Friends of Ohr SimchaMar 18, 2018 @ 12:10pmMore

Information and the Internet would be freely available 24/7/365 regardless of your age, race, location, or income (or lack thereof).

Jeremiah D. Ostrosky Sr.Mar 3, 2018 @ 11:08amMore

Since I began playing music and working as a teacher in 2009 all I've tried to do my best. My best at reaching kids. My best at writing and playing. If you twisted my arm for a more specific answer I'd say that by being a good person, friend, son, brother, colleague, and fellow musician is how I can contribute my little line to the story of the world. I feel like if more people focused on the positives in their lives (despite even experiencing or living in adverse conditions...easier said than done I know) then the world would begin to heal itself. When you think positively, and seek that out in your every day life, you will find it. We're surrounded by goodness; it's just a matter of knowing how to see it. It is my hope that through my music I'm able to offer people out there just a few minutes of goodness and happiness for their day or their evening. There are dozens of songs that when I first heard them I instantly knew they'd become part of my regular listening because of the way they made me feel. If I do a good enough job, maybe one day my music can serve that same purpose for someone else.

William Massey MusicMar 2, 2018 @ 05:40pmMore

Recycle and reuse as many products as possible without any waste and help to keep our Earth eco-friendly and clean.

YourTableCloth.comFeb 11, 2018 @ 03:56pmMore

As we look at the world today, healing starts with self. God created everything, therefore God is our healer and provider. It is in that where we create healing and change. We all have the fundamental desire to create an ideal world, where everyone is healthy, happy, and free of suffering. We have to educate more on healing and forgiving which gives the tools to help people move forward, learning the word of God and being able to create change among Christian's as walk more upright in to bring about positive change. The habitual tendency we all have is to look around us, find out what’s wrong with the world, and then try to “fix” it. This is what I consider to be a miracle. Every time I forgive myself, I create more space for love, happiness, and world change. While forgiving ourselves, on its own, won’t end global suffering or create world peace, creating peace within will better enable us to find and enact solutions to the larger problems we all face. Healing myself creates a ripple affect across the universe, allowing me to help others heal, creating a changed and healed world. I love outreach ministry, in that ministry I teach that we all have to work together to become one to bring about a change in our community, but we just cannot stop there. We have to learn to allow God to be God, spreading the gospel around the world as well as in our own neighborhood's. Are we our brothers and sisters keeper? YES WE ARE.

Overseer Dwight DavisJan 31, 2018 @ 06:04pmMore

I would tell people that you don’t have to follow the crowd. Do what makes you happy, and don’t let anyone tell you what you should be doing. I believe too many people are stuck in a life they hate and regret not listening to their inner self.

Theo CaloyerDec 18, 2017 @ 03:38pmMore

We are working to create a soundtrack to uplift those who are already engaged in the pursuit of justice, as well as inspire those who have yet to commit themselves to the cause of equity for the Earth and all it's people. It is better to use words as our swords and music as our shield.

Social Justice DiscoNov 26, 2017 @ 07:37pmMore

Al-iksir E-Consulting can help individuals and businesses reach their full potential. We believe we can help change the world by supporting organizations and individuals who have social impact goals. Our grant writing skills can help your organization or initiative gain substantial funding. Let us write your story. Let us tell your story!

Al-iksir E-ConsultingNov 6, 2017 @ 01:14pmMore

Reaching out to orphans and widows to help provide a better life in Mwatate, Kenya.

Hope for a Kenya IncNov 1, 2017 @ 07:58amMore

I use my music to highlight that while we come from many backgrounds, we can still sing and dance together. Music is a healing energetic force and when we use it to celebrate our differences then all the Gods and Goddesses are pleased with the combined sounds of our earthly choirs.

Phat Man DeeOct 31, 2017 @ 02:13pmMore

In order to heal and affect change in the world, I want to expend my talents of expression through writing and performing inspirational music that touches the lives of others and create a community of healing for those experiencing life's challenges.

LaDaria RichardsonOct 24, 2017 @ 10:02pmMore

Help everyone know that God is not mad at them...He's MADLY IN LOVE WITH THEM! Help everyone know that God loves them unconditionally, included them, accepts them, has forgiven them and keeps NO RECORD OF WRONGS! Help everyone know that GOD IS FOR THEM!

Grace with Paul GrayOct 24, 2017 @ 02:35pmMore

To see a secure Israel where children can play and friends can meet without any threat to security. This will also help to hasten overall peace in our world and reveal G-dliness on all levels.

Hatzolah DaromOct 15, 2017 @ 02:31pmMore

What defines us is how well we rise after falling. Getting Up is the Key to Life: Down but Not Out - Slowed but Not Stopped - Bent but Not Broken: Strategy of success, CIA: Commitment, Integrity, and Attitude: There comes a time in your life when you finally get it ... When, in the midst of all your fears and insanity, you stop dead in your tracks and somewhere the voice inside your head cries out "ENOUGH! Enough fighting and crying or struggling to hold on." Then, like a child quieting down after a blind tantrum, your sobs begin to subside and you blink back your tears and begin to look at the world through new eyes. This is your awakening. Your Quickening, the receiving of all the power and knowledge another immortal has obtained throughout his/her life. It is like the receiving of a sacrament.

Brian P SwiftOct 14, 2017 @ 06:43pmMore

To see a world where Health Consciousness and Healthy Eating and Exercise are a way of life for All.

Jill Roxanne RogowskiOct 9, 2017 @ 12:58amMore

My vision to heal or change the world is to inform and inspire that having joy is more than happiness. Also, I would like to utilize my gift of encouragement to help people intentional;y focus on what can only really bring joy in one's life.

Donna TaylorOct 3, 2017 @ 09:39amMore

Make this world a dwelling for Hashem and bring His Shechina to full revelation on our Earth bringing G-dliness to all corners of the world.

Yaacov KleinSep 8, 2017 @ 02:43amMore

Our vision is to work diligently and hard with steadfast faith to bring alleviation of hunger and food scarcity for families and communities which will ultimately bring more peace and harmony in our world.

Federation of Jewish Communties of Central and Western UkraineSep 3, 2017 @ 12:42pmMore

I would put together a series of concert events and televise them around the world to gain support and volunteers for each location. This broadcast would feature video clips of the life changing outposts I have described. These broadcasts will have live phone banks to direct callers to the outpost initiative in their area to connect them. These "Families Feeding Families" Campaign Concerts can happen all over the world on a weekly or monthly basis and be avaiable for live streaming as well. It will be a "WORLD CONNECT EVENT" I also am founder of Solid Rock Ministries In Monrovia, Liberia. We have an accredited school as well as a church that serves hundreds of families. This initiative will help to build a brick and mortar school church and outpost that will sustain that community as well. (All buildings currently have dirt floors, woven mat walls and zinc roofs.)

MusiciansmissionofmercySep 1, 2017 @ 11:52amMore

The Noahide Code commands the establishment of courts of justice and prohibits idolatry, blasphemy, homicide, incestuous relations, theft, and eating meat taken from a live animal (cruelty to animals). By providing education about the Noahide Code and more channels for fellowship between communities that are living by its values, more people and more nations will accept that we are all united and bound by a common moral responsibility to our Creator. The peace and cooperation that result from this will accelerate the healing of our fractured world at all levels.

Ask Noah InternationalAug 17, 2017 @ 12:12pmMore

Choosing the best health care and rehabilitation services that will cater to individuals in whatever place they call home is an important option for patients of any age. Western Pennsylvania Home Health Association’s goal is to help individuals maintain the highest level of wellness and independence possible. We believe that healthcare is a basic human right and not just a privilege for some. We envision a world where access to the best health care possible is available to everyone on the planet and also one in which all people are treated with the highest level of dignity and respect.

Western Pennsylvania Home Health AssociationAug 14, 2017 @ 04:47pmMore

I'd rather use the term "heal" than "change". Change is always difficult for people, but given the option to heal someone, to me, is more realistic. There's a lot of broken people out there whether it is financially, physically, or even mentally and what we bring is a sense of hope and purpose. If you can give someone meaning in life, it will heal them....and will ultimately bring change.

Jonathan PaterniAug 12, 2017 @ 09:40pmMore

Today This Week This MonthActive World Spotlights

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*Healing

Smooke Chiropractic

Smooke Chiropractic
DR. JOEL SMOOKE
Smooke Chiropractic Clinic
828 Hazelwood Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Contact Information
(412) 422-4321
"As a Chiropractor, I believe in the whole body approach involving care and especially prevention to eliminate the need for acute care." - Dr. Smooke
Smooke Chiropractic has been operating from it's Squirrel Hill/Greenfield location in Pittsburgh,PA for 29 years.
For a city that loves it's sports, certainly a debt of gratitude is called for in regards to Dr. Smooke, as he took care of the Pittsburgh Steelers for 15 years! In a sport where injuries can be common, and optimum care of the body is vital for players to stay healthy, one can only imagine Dr. Smooke's contribution to the team.
Dr. Smooke became interested in Chiropractic through personal circumstances. After college, Dr. Smooke experienced a brachial plexus injury which affects the neck, shoulder, and arm, and because of it he was unable to attend to his livelihood and daily tasks he had been able to do prior. After seeking help through several more "conventional" avenues and not getting the results he needed, he decided to see a Chiropractor. After seeing the Chiropractor twice, Dr. Smooke says he experienced no more trouble from his injury.
Dr. Smooke's chiropractor saw within him that, with his interest and experience in sports,sports injuries, phys. Ed. and maintaining a healthy body, that he, himself would make a good Chiropractor and encouraged Dr. Smooke to become one himself!
Dr. Smooke believes that everyone can benefit from at least an evaluation with a Chiropractor as part of their overall health maintenance. Certainly anyone could benefit as well from the nutritional guidance and knowledge of the musculoskeletal problems of the body that Chiropractors specialize in.
When to see a Chiropractor beyond an evaluation:
Experiencing chronic or acute pain, Muscle Spasms, Joint Problems and especially issues with the spine, though Dr. Smooke's expertise is not limited because of his specializing in sports injuries, dealing with the body in full. Additionally, he specializes in nutrition and vitamin therapy and supplements.
Dr. Smooke does accept all insurances, though not all insurance providers will cover the visit. Dr. Smooke is very willing to work with clients who may have insurance coverage issues, and those who may be in times of financial difficulty and can work on a cash basis as well.
Smooke Chiropractic Clinic
828 Hazelwood Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Contact Information
(412) 422-4321
Smooke Chiropractic is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for walk ins, and Tuesday and Thursdays by appointment only

Votes1 DateJun 18, 2018

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*Earth

Blupela in the Himalyas

One World Blue, LLC
Blupela and the One World Blue Corporation want to thank our long time advisor, Tempa Lama, and his cousin Surendra from Firante Expeditions for spreading the Blupela message to the Earth's magnificent rooftop touching the heavens in the Himalaya mountains! The One World Blue Coporation is indebted to Tempa for his nearly decade of service as serving as an advisor to the corporation in its journey to bringing the message of this network and the ideals of the corporation to life. The service of the One World Blue Network through Blupela.com is dedicated to bringing social healing to our world and being a catalyst to achieve balance to the Planet in Conservation, Sustainability, Social Harmony and Peace, where it can be achieved.
Thank you Tempa and Surendra for being our messengers and ambassadors for good will to the most sacred place of the Himalayas.
Blupela and One World Blue is grateful to Tempa and Surendra for including us in their prayers and meditations on the trip in 2015 and bringing to us these incredible photos from the "rooftop" of the world,
You are welcome to visit Tempa Lama at his center:
Olmo Ling Bon Center, 1101 Greenfield Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15217.
From the Olmo Ling site:
To read more about Tempa and Olmo Ling, please visit:
www.olmoling.org
Tempa Dukte Lama

Votes15 DateNov 9, 2015

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*Music

Stop the Madness

Andy Gross
I see a world controlled by greed...
Large corporations, privately owned nations,
Poisoning our air, our soil, our seas,
Poisoning our food, our seed,
Imprisoning protesters, animals, minds
And Dragging The World Into War
My 1979 song Ten More Gallons talks about America dragged into war in "Iraq, ..., Afghanistan." I am still singing that song. My 1981 recording OIL, which played on radio stations in ten states in the U.S., talks about the frustration of seeing big industry throwing our world into the toilet. Here's a record jacket from 1981:
I went through a big change in the 90's. I realized that it is not about "us" versus "them"; it's about "us." "We" are free; free to figure out how much we personally contribute to the problems. Are we going to shut our mouths and follow the program or are we going to find a way to live without them? Are we going to shout and speak and teach about what it will take for mankind to survive?
I'm not thinking about national revolution; revolutions are pointless. The same greedy people just rise to the top in the guise of some new ideology. I'm talking about the whole world of "us", banding together in our common cause. I'm talking about a global acknowledgement of the insanity, the greed, of man. We've got to reach out to one another, because nothing else can save us.
Below you'll find two of my videos. One is a recent version of my song Ten More Gallons. The other is a song that I wrote when my daughter Sarah graduated from college. I hope that you enjoy them.

Ten More Gallons
I'll Be There

Votes13 DateOct 27, 2015

Today This Week This MonthActive Culture Spotlights

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North America

The Cajuns

Bernard Asper
The Cajuns are descendants of Roman Catholic French Canadians whom the British, in the 18th century, drove from the captured French colony of Acadia (now Nova Scotia and adjacent areas)who settled in the fertile bayou lands of southern Louisiana. The Cajuns today form small, compact, generally self-contained communities. Their patois is a combination of archaic French forms with idioms taken from their English, Spanish, German, American Indian, and African American (usually “Creole”) neighbors.
Pres. Teddy Roosevelt was a proponent of the ‘melting pot’ philosophy. The movement was led by people in Louisiana such as Progressive Luther Hall, elected governor in 1912. In July of that year, the legislature passed an act allowing the Department of Education to select all books and curricula for public schools. Starting the next year, English was stressed throughout the curricula, essentially banning French from the schools. In 1916, the state legislature approved Act 27, which required that all children attend public school where English was to be the language. This implicitly meant that the Cajun children that were brought up speaking French in their homes would have to learn English. The events were completed in 1921 when the Louisiana Constitution was changed so that all school proceedings had to be conducted in English. This succession of events led to many Cajuns growing up without learning their ancestral language. Stories abound of Cajun children being punished for speaking French at school.
Most of the parents of children in school for the first few decades of the century had grown up speaking French and still spoke it in the home. Children would learn English at school, but still learned some French in the home. As that English-educated generation grew up and had their own families, the use of French in the home was decreased with each generation. Some Cajun families, especially in more rural areas, continued to pass along the Cajun French language throughout the twentieth century.
Things began to turn around in the 1960s. Faced with the prospect of losing their language, CODOFIL (Council for the Development of French in Louisiana) was established in 1968 to help bring interest in the French language back to the educational system. Less than 5% of Cajuns born in the last fifty years speak French as their primary language. The French being taught by CODOFIL was not Cajun French. Still, it was a move leading to French language preservation amongst the Cajuns. French immersion programs can now be found across Acadiana, Cajun Louisiana.
Zachary Richard founded Action Cadienne to advocate for the Cajun French language. The group maintains that the language is integral to the continuation of Cajun culture.
Cajun cuisine reflects the mixture of cultures in Louisiana. Among its classic dishes are alligator stew, jambalaya, gumbo—actually a Creole dish, made with a roux—and crayfish (or other seafood) étouffée, served over rice. Many dishes are prepared with some variety of sausage, such as boudin or andouille (a smoked sausage made with pork), and tasso (a pork shoulder preparation borrowed from the Choctaw). Essential seasonings include filé powder (made from sassafras leaves), cumin, coriander, smoked paprika, cayenne pepper, and red pepper flakes.
Cajun music likewise shows a blend of several influences, including French, Creole, and Celtic songs. Cajun songs are usually sung in French. Typical ensemble instruments are the fiddle, the diatonic (button) accordion, the guitar, and spoons or the triangle. Tempos can range from a mournful waltz to a lively two-step, but, whatever the tempo, Cajun music is meant to be danced to.
Article mostly from http://www.acadian-cajun.com/clang.htmin content and http://www.britannica.com/topic/Cajun

Votes7 DateSep 1, 2015

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Asia

Japanese Matcha Tea Ceremony Chanoyu

Nathaniel Pantalone
Matcha ceremony (Chanoyu) is very complicated. Students of Chanoyu go to University to learn and study every aspect of it! Books that are written about it cannot hold all of its complexities within. Nonetheless, in this Spotlight, we will endeavor to shed a faint light on one of the most beautiful and complicated ceremonies in the world: Chanoyu.
What is Matcha?
"Matcha is a first class type of powdered, extra-fine ground tea that is used for the Japanese tea ceremony, Chanoyu, during which the tea is whisked with a bamboo tool called a chasen, in a handcrafted bowl called a chawan. Quality Matcha is always a pea-green, extra-fine powder with a distinctive, grassy aroma. The foamy infusion is fresh and deep green with an unforgettable, intense taste. Its health benefits are endless! We recommend that it be enjoyed after dessert or with a Japanese sweet, but never drink it on an empty stomach!" Taken from Dobra Tea
Matcha is made from the leaves of the Gyokuro tea plant. Gyokuro that is shade grown for more than 20 days is harvest by hand. The leaves are preprocessed into tencha by steaming and drying. When ground in a milstone (think giant granite stones), the tencha becomes matcha.
Two styles of matcha are served during the tea ceremony. The first, thin-style matcha, called usucha (oo-Soo-cha) is served to each person. The second, thick-style matcha, called koicha (Koy-cha) is shared among the guests.
What is Tea Ceremony?
Japanese tea ceremony is about four elements: wa, kei, sei, and jaku or harmony, respect, purity, and tranquility. When one includes all elements, one can enjoy the simplicity of drinking tea. Harmony can be created through cleanliness; the ceremony is held in a room without clutter and with elegant decorations, like flowers in a vase or a flag of calligraphy. Respect is created by thoughtful consideration of everything and everyone involved in the ceremony. Topics that can lead to arguments are not discussed during tea ceremony. Purity comes from the cleaning of the utensils and the boiling of the water. Tranquility is achieved after the calm consumption of the tea.
The Five Parts of Chanoyu, Simplified
The Yoritsuki (receiving room): The receiving room is prepared to comfort the arriving guests. In the room, guests may prepare themselves for the tea ceremony by changing their cloths (kimonos are popular choices) or using the bathroom. Usually a pot of hot water is available to the guests to refresh and cleanse their palate. Sometimes the hot water is made with toasted rice. Relaxation is important before the tea ceremony.
The Roji (passageway): In traditional tea ceremony, after preparing in the yoritsuki, the guests move outside to the garden. The garden is specially prepared as a passageway to the tearoom. Stepping stones surrounded by moss are common. The ground is lightly sprayed to mimic the clean look of a gentle rain. The passageway is meant to create tranquility by experiencing the beauty of nature and refreshing the mind.
The Tskukubai (symbolic cleaning): Within the roji is a special place for guests to cleanse their hands and mouths called the tskukubai. It is made of carefully placed plants, stones, and pebbles. a stone basin filled with constantly flowing water allows the guests to physically clean before the ceremony, refreshing the body.
The Machiai (waiting room): The machiai is a waiting area comprised of a wall with a small roof and bench beneath. It is an area for guests to wait for the rest of the group and quietly enjoy the tranquility of the garden. The host appears after everyone has gathered in the machiai. The guests greet the host with a simultaneous bow. With a gong, the host invites the guests into the tearoom.
The Chashitsu (tearoom): After the drum of the gong fades, the guests walk to the unique entrance of the tearoom. The entrance, called nijiri guchi, is small, only about three feet high and two and a half feet wide. All guests must humbly stoop to enter the tearoom. Upon entering, guests slide toward the alcove, which displays artistic calligraphy, typically the work of a well known Zen priest, and bow to show respect. Flower arrangements and incense holders are also present. After examining the artwork, guest move toward the host to inspect the teakettle and utensils. After inspection they take their places for the tea ceremony.
The tearoom gives the sense of elegance and peace. Soft light shines through the shoji screens, highlighting the objects on display, and incense perfumes the air. The soft sound of boiling water is heard. Beginning the gathering, the host opens a sliding door that connects the kitchen to the tearoom and enters the tearoom. Everyone, including the host, quietly bows with respect. The host welcomes everyone and explains the special reason for the ceremony, if there is one. The guest of honor, or main guest, thanks the host on behalf of the other guests.
Description of Ceremony
A door made of rectangular rice paper windows opens. Two outstretched hands reach through the doorway and place a utensil on the floor. The hands, now pressed on the floor, allow their master to shuffle into the room. The master is a Japanese woman, dressed in beautiful green robes (kimono) with a large belt and a bow tied in the back. She picks up the utensil, places it ahead of her again, and shuffles toward it a second time. Finally within the room, she stands, walks slowly toward the flag of poetry enshrined on the wall, kneels and bows to it. She then approaches the kama, the water vessel in the room, inspects it and the ornate vase misisashi next to it. Since everything is correct, she walks to the corner of the room, by the door to kneel and rest. She is guest.
This description is from a tea ceremony watched by the author
Tea Utensils
Tea Bowls - Chawan
Tea Scoops - Chashaku
Tea Whisks - Chasen
Tea Containers - Natsume
Water Scoop - Hishaku
Cloth Napkin - Chakin
Silk Napkin - Fukusa
Tea Kettles - Kama
(And more!)
UPDATES TO FOLLOW!
Written by Nathaniel Pantalone for OWB LLC.

Votes7 DateJul 30, 2015

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Africa

Ibrahim, the Coach on the Wheelchair

Issa Nyaphaga
Ibrahim Abdoulaye –
Since ever he was a child, Ibrahim barely remembers the last time he stood up and walked. Ibrahim was victim of Polio disease at the age of one and half year old in his village in N’ditam. Because of the lack of information in his family, his parents were not able to provide Ibrahim with Polio vaccination. But Ibrahim showing that even sitting the wheelchair you can accomplish your dream.
Mobility with dignity
The physical condition of Ibrahim has made him resilient to the challenge he faces in his every day’s life. From the age of three to nine years old, the young boy crawled down most of his childhood. In a rural African village, taboo is rampant in the communities. Fortunately, Ibrahim has less prejudice in Nditam and also the support of his entire village. In 2002, Ibrahim was granted with his ever first tricycle donated by HITIP (Hope International For Tikar People) a community-based organization working to improve the quality of life of the marginalized, indigenous people in Mbam and Kim region, where Ibrahim is from. The wheelchair has helped the young boy to gain his dignity – he couldn’t any longer be carried to run little errands such as going to the toilet, getting himself around the village and with his friends. The same tricycle helped Ibrahim to complete his primary education. Almost a decade after Ibrahim received his first wheelchair; he has become a strong young leader and a man with a vision for his life.
A gifted soul
In Nditam, a lost village in the middle of the equatorial rainforest, with no infrastructure – no running water, no electricity and medical center, Ibrahim has developed skills of a technician – he is the tech repair guy of the village. He fixes flashlights, radios, wheelchairs, bicycles and even generators. The villagers are amazed how the talent of a young individual with disabilities has become a tremendous support to the community.
Beside his passion as technician, Ibrahim is a great fan of soccer/football game. In Cameroon, Soccer/football is not only a game as we would think, it is a religion, and everybody is involved; children, adolescents, women, adults and elders. And for those who are not naturally granted with two legs, they can go play with braces or crutches. Ibrahim knows early in his life that he wouldn’t play the ball himself, and for a while he cheered the teams sitting on a wheelchair and one day he felt like not only waiting next to the stadium, he wanted to be in the game and field on the grass under the wheels of his tricycle, since he cannot stand and run.
Fair winner
In the Summer 2009, HITIP, the same local organization launched the soccer/football championship among the villages. And the event took place in Nditam his home-based village; it was the perfect opportunity for Ibrahim to show how much he could contribute to the championship. Quickly, Ibrahim formed a team of young soccer players and started training them three times a week. And he baptized his team; Meliti Football Club of N’ditam. Meliti is the name of the most famous tikar gods, symbolized as a character of a mask, which are the spirits of Tikar ancestors. The mythology of Meliti is known as the son who committed a matricide – the murder of his mother. With his oval and flat back head, Meliti has an impressive appearance, and has a single red feather on the top of his forehead, that gives him a particular look. Meliti has one extraordinary affect on the Tikar people; they adore and hate him in the same time, mostly women and young females. However, this name brought luck to the team of coach Ibrahim who has won the first soccer/football tournament. Since then, Meliti Football Club has doubled final cup winner of the Championship in N’ditam.
Along with his exciting hobby as soccer lover, Ibrahim has been a fellow for the computer and solar provided by Linux Friends Solar. The young coach on the wheelchair is now preparing to complete the secondary education.
The movie star in rural African
In the countryside of Africa where superstitious beliefs are rooted in the culture, taboo and prejudice are the daily challenge of women, poor or the disabled. Ibrahim’s achievements were brought to the attention of Narcisse Sandjon; a Cameroonian filmmaker based in the city of Yaoundé. Early in the summer 2015, a local Narcisse Sandjon came to interview and follow Ibrahim for documentary film project on his life. Narcisse said he was interested to film him because Ibrahim is one the rare person with disability who doesn’t beg. Then I thought maybe the coach on the wheelchair is kind of cool story.

While filming Ibrahim in N’ditam, the young man said: “Then years ago, my dream was to stand and walk. Today my dream is to leave this village to go beyond the borders of my country to receive knowledge and come back to make significant changes.”
At Blupela, our answer is: Why not! If you were able to change things in the daily of your village and give two victories to your village, you can inspire the world.
Good luck Ibrahim!
To connect with Ibrahim Abdoulaye, contact:
Issa N. Nyaphaga
Artist, Cartoonist & Human Rights Activist
Professor of Contemporary African Art, Social Justice & Cultural Diversity
Santa Fe, New Mexico – USA - January 25, 2015.
connect@hitip.org

www.hitip.org
All photos by O. Mebouack©

Votes6 DateAug 31, 2015

Today This Week This MonthActive Planet Spotlights

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Oceans

Humpback Whale Shows AMAZING Appreciation After Being Freed From Nets

One World Blue, LLC
Humpback Whale Shows AMAZING Appreciation After Being Freed From Nets

Votes9 DateMay 6, 2015

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Wildlife

The wild chickens of Kauai

Jonathan Wayne
In March of 2008, I had the privilege to join my father and sister on a trip to Hawaii's northernmost island of Kauai. We spent 5 days exploring the lush countryside and experiencing a completely exotic land. Along our travels, we encountered so many chickens roaming around everywhere, that I wondered how and why this came about. In one instance I was relaxing on a beautiful sandy beach near the Kauai Marriot Resort, and a rooster, hen and their two or three chicks (a whole family) came pecking towards me threatening to tickle my toes. Some people there told me that hurricanes in the past let chicken coops loose, and others said that since there are no natural predators there, chickens had no enemies (other than humans) who would eat them. It all made sense, but I wanted to know more about the wild chicken invasion of Kaui (and the rest of Hawaii) that have made this in itself a tourist attraction.
Here's an interesting article from the New York Times, written on April 6, 2015, that sheds some light on the wild chickens of Kauai:
In Hawaii, Chickens Gone Wild
The pictures you see here I shot myself (or my sister did) on this trip. I'm also in a few of the photos as you can see. Guess if you're ever homeless and hungry, this is the island to be on! Winner, winner, chicken dinner!



Votes7 DateAug 17, 2015

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Natural wonders

Earth from space

Gary Lindner
Hello my name is Gary Lindner, Director of Planet Sanctuary and Senior Vice President of One World Blue. I would like to introduce the completion of Planet Sanctuary and take a moment to explain our platform. The purpose of the platform is to give all readers and "do-gooders" the ability to spread information concerning "OUR" natural world on Planet Earth. This information should contain positive research, videos and data on people, places and animals that have been or will be affected by the good deeds of people around "OUR" Planet Earth. This is going to be a fantastic way to focus on these good deeds and ultimately motivate more. Here is a video of the great planet Earth from space. I am inviting and encouraging readers to participate in the distribution of information that they are passionate about. Every week I will share information that has caught my attention. As I continue to search for information about "OUR" Planet Earth, I hope to see your videos and articles showing the vast detail on "OUR" planet with a positve human touch.
Sincerely,
Gary Lindner
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Votes7 DateMay 7, 2015

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