Wednesday, September 26, 2007


By now we have amassed a wealth of information. This information has grown to the point where I personally feel obliged to begin some campaign of actions. It has become very difficult for me to learn more and more about what's wrong with the world without doing anything about it. I do not doubt many of you feel the same way.
Therefore, I believe these following actions will collectively move us from the intangible world of internet and into the material world:

1. Begin creation of fliers promoting this blog and its information
2. Beginning a series of peaceful demonstrations involving

- percussion/drum circles including other musical instruments (voices too)

- the collective meditation of the demonstrators, channeling positive energies aimed at awareness and change.

- The use of chalk on the ground as expressions of our creativity and interests

- Decorative banners promoting progressive messages about our solutions for change
i.e Peace banners instead of anti-war banners, calling for election reform through paper ballots, calling for tariffs on trade rather than negatively bashing globalization.

3. Begin weekly meetings where we discuss current events and the activities of our organized behavior.

I wish to begin such action on campus at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California. Feel free to propose any other locations.

I want to emphasize the continuation of all individual development alongside the growth of a collective body. We must transform life within and without us.

Having laid out this proposition, I put the forum for discussion in our collective hands, in your hands. We must work together in order to make this work in full effect.

It doesn't matter how old you are, how tall or short, what color your skin is, what religion or country you are from. If you are a human being who cares about other human beings then you have a stake in creating change.

You may also reach me at Send me your contact information with a message of intent...if you realllly want to, I mean you can, and you probably should but only if you reallly want to : )

Thank you.

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