It has within itself marvelous life-sustaining, life-preserving, self-healing mechanisms. Just observe the healing of a wound and you will see how wonderful our body is.
It is in our highest interest to prevent these stupendous mechanisms from deteriorating: we should not poison them; we should not overload them; we should not overwork them. For instance, blood is a primary healing and cleaning agent. Put alcohol in it and its role is numbed, almost killed.
Happy happy International Day For Peace... so let's activate the word peace in our lives and in our communities by co-creating the betterment that we want to see in the world. Please find below two peace corners made by elders and their caregivers... and a poem "Reflection For Peace."
Reflection For Peace by Kathy J. Ward Universal Peace Ambassador
May the divine LOVE nurture and help me become an INSTRUMENT OF PEACE. May there be PEACE on earth.
I am giving peace a chance, it means JUSTICE, LOVE, KINDNESS in my thoughts, in my writings, in my heart, in my words, in my actions, in my hands, in my eyes, in my soul.
For the war is not only around me but perhaps trapped... in my thoughts, my writings, my heart, my words, my actions, my hands, my eyes, my soul...
So I begin today, for tomorrow will be much too late, day-by-day progress is made waves of love are attained: for those who lose dreaming are lost, for what I am only part of what I create. I am a child of this universe, a peacemaker, a JOY to the world.
Sing a song for PEACE tonight sing with me, YOU and I holding hands, letting the sound travel and the fragrance of love inspire new beginnings, turning times and tides...
Together... always together.
PEACE begins with one spark, it all begins with YOU and I.