"Peace. it does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble, or hard work. it means to be in the midst of all those things and still be calm in your heart." - (unknown) … [Continue reading...]
We can have Peace - Gun Violence Being Discussed in front of an Open Casket with pictures of victims inside of it. .
Borough President Eric Adams and Community Leaders unite over Gun Violence. In front of a casket, BP Adams and community leaders speak about controlling and ending Gun Violence in Brooklyn and everywhere. BP discuss a Five Step Approach. The casket will be on display for 5 days in front of Borough Hall in Brooklyn.
There are real solutions that were brought up, real people doing them, so everyone, everywhere pay attention and share this Anti- Violence message. Join our www.peacedayparty.org as well, as millions will be involved with the International Day of Peace.
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Voices of a Thousand Years
Transcendent Buddhist Chant
North American Premiere of "Life in an Autumn"
by Composer Ushio Torikai
Thursday March 6, 2014
7:30pm at St. Bartholomew's Church
Japan Society, in conjunction with the Mid-Manhattan Performing Arts Foundation, is proud to present the North American debut of Shomyo no Kai - Voices of a Thousand Years on March 6 at St. Bartholomew's Church in midtown Manhattan.
The ritual choral chanting of Japanese Buddhist scripture known as shomyo boasts a history of over 1300 years, placing it alongside Gregorian chant as among the world's oldest continually performed musical forms. Shomyo (literally meaning "voice clarity") is believed to have originated in India before … [Continue reading...]