Peace to all,
In this newsletter:
Candle for Peace in Tibet
Tibetan Photo Project
5000 members in CFT
The United Nations’ International Day of Peace – marked every year on
September 21 – is a global holiday when individuals, communities,
nations and governments highlight efforts to end conflict and promote
peace. We would like to ask you, whether you planned to do something
for peace today or not, to light candles for peace and freedom to the
people of Tibet .
Today we are also launching iPeace, our sister network. If you have
not checked it out yet. When can it be more appropriate than today?
iPeace is a network of PEOPLE who believe that peace isn’t just a
dream. Our motto is: Sharing peace. Making a difference.
iPeace is already vibrating with action; During the 3 weeks of pre-
launch more than 4300 people from over 150 countries have already
joined. Have you? http://ipeace.ning.com/
We are proud to feature this week the Tibetan Photo Project. The
Tibetan Photo Project began in 2000 when founders Joe Mickey and
Sazzy Varga sent a recyclable camera to a monk living in exile at the
Tibetan colony at Mungod in southern India .
From those first photos by Jamyang Norbu, The Tibetan Photo Project
has evolved into two traveling exhibits created by Centenary and
Antioch Colleges and Universities, slideshows, lectures, DVDs and
Check it out on CFT
We are on a continuous search for members we can feature on our main
page and on special section we will create. If you have one, please
let us know firstname.lastname@example.org
We are proud to announce a partnership between CFT and Tibet
House . This will allow us to feature in CFT treasures of content
about Tibet , its culture and heritage. Stay tuned.
We are 5000 members! Cheers. Please help us grow. Invite more
friends by clicking THIS LINK
Love, Peace and Freedom.
It was sent from: Candle4Tibet, Hamaavak, Ramat Hasharon, il 42222,