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RAK-47's not AK-47's: Let's give peace a chance...

Updated: Feb 26, 2023

Fellow Travelers,


Until we and the rest of our shared world can learn to live together in peace, we need mindful peacekeepers...

...Let's begin by practicing peace in our own hearts & minds...

and then teach this to our children...and grandchildren...

( ), hear our prayer...


FYI - "RAK-47" because I was born in 1947


Let's Give Peace a Chance











(from 2016) We are proud to share with all of you this PFC Band performance of "Teach Your Children" live in Brazil. The proceeds from this special night supported the opening of one of our newest PFC Foundation music programs in Curitiba, Brazil. This performance is a reminder of what love, music, and conviction can create. We all share the human heart, let the music bring us all back to our humanity.




Until, the philosophy

Which old one race superior and another inferior

Is finally And permanently Discredited And abandoned

Everywhere is war

Me say war


That until there no longer

(War)

First class and second class citizens

(War)

Of any nation

(War)

Until the color of a man's skin

(War)

Is of no more significance

(War)

Than the color of his eyes

(War)

Me say war

(War)


That until the basic human rights

(War)

Are equally guarantee to all

(War)

Without regard to race

(War)

And this a war

(War)



--also includes Mr. Tambourine Man w/Bob Dylan


Turn! (To Everything There Is a Season) ", is a song written by Pete Seeger in 1959. [1] The lyrics - except for the title, which is repeated throughout the song, and the final two lines - consist of the first eight verses of the third chapter of the biblical Book of Ecclesiastes.




--hauntingly beautiful imagery


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PEACEMAKING RESOURCES FOR PRACTICING KINDNESS









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