Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Les Floyd - We can make a difference

Do you really want to change the world ... to make it more loving, friendly, and peaceful place? Here is how I have learned to do it ... I sing. When I sing to the world, to make a difference, no one listens. When I sing to my soul, to mould it to its better self, the world sings with me. In that way when I truly sing, the world is transformed to a beautiful place. The purpose of life remains to sing!


Sometimes people get confused with my singing metaphors. So here is some straight advice given by journalist Les Floyd, today's angel, on how to make a difference: "Be kind to yourself and others. Compliment instead of criticise. Listen. Show your love to those who deserve it, and offer friendship to those who don’t. Give someone a hug. Spread smiles around your friends." Following is the full article.

I highly recommend reading his blog: http://lesism.blogspot.com/

The Peace Song Project - We Can Make A Difference

You don’t have to volunteer to a medical camp in Darfur or chain yourself to the gates of Buckingham Palace to promote a little more peace in this world. You can make a difference today, starting with yourself.

Be kind to yourself and others. Compliment instead of criticise. Listen. Show your love to those who deserve it, and offer friendship to those who don’t. Give someone a hug. Spread smiles around your friends.

If you do any of those things – or anything else positive you can think of - you are part of making the world a better place for all of us.

The Peace Song Project is about bringing individuals together to strengthen and unify a simple message of understanding, friendship, tolerance, forgiveness and peace.

And we can make a difference, if we want to.

“A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history.” - Mohandas Gandhi

“Peace of mind is attained not by ignoring problems, but by solving them.” - Raymond Hull

“If everyone demanded peace instead of another television set, then there'd be peace.” - John Lennon