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I love how your blog describes World Peace as an effort that every
individual makes through the choice of respecting, appreciating, and
understanding one another.
As a filmmaker, my goal is to make people realize our shared goals
of peace through storytelling. My documentary film “9 Pieces of Peace”
(9piecesfilm.com) shows an unlikely friendship between a Vietnam veteran
and a peace advocate working toward common ground. This is my way of
taking baby steps toward making the world a more peaceful place.
Celebrate World Peace, I aim is to inspire others to truly listen to one
another and understand where another person is coming from, no matter
how different their economic, religious, and or political perspectives
might be. Loved this blog!
This calendar is authored by Dr. Ed Barnhart, an archaeologist with over
20 years of experience studying Maya mathematics, astronomy and
hieroglyphics. It reads like a normal Gregorian calendar, but each date
block also includes the Maya "calendar round", a pair of hieroglyphs
providing the dates in the sacred Tzolk'in and solar Haab calendars. The
Long Count, the ancient Maya linear count of days, appears at the
bottom of each month.