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At 2:05am on August 25, 2009, Pierre Riche said…
Its in my studio in Bayview San Francisco geting ready to be brought out to the Burning Man festival.
At 12:38pm on July 23, 2009, Silja Saareoks-Kaldre said…

At 12:37pm on July 23, 2009, Silja Saareoks-Kaldre said…

Thank you for your dedication and deep care!
At 8:41am on June 13, 2009, suryadasi devi said…
gratitude sacred friend!
when the eyes we see with change, everything we see changes!
At 12:56am on February 7, 2009, massimo said…

Glad to know you in this social network.

Also in Italy there an increase of racism and no tollerance for the people that come from Africa, India or east . I dont undestand. Italy is always been the country for excellence that is organized to bring help all over the world.

And special, about every day there are episodes of violences and rape to the women in every side of Italy. The people is frightened.

It's real that not all the people is equal. There are good persons and not good person and every day in Italy come from Africa, India ecc.. about 1.000 people.
It's very difficult the control. But it's a problem.

I'm a business man and I 've not the power to help my country and the wordl too to change in better. I do this with my little prayers and a little local charity organizazion that I founded with my wife Martina, ( www.

We try to help children in Italy and other greatest foundations in the world with our little contribute.

I appreciate the work you're doing and I hope we'll be able to meet one day,and I hope we'll win our battle for human right.

Thank you,

At 8:24pm on January 30, 2009, Katie aka Chakra Girl said…
Dear Rene,
Blessings and gratitude for your comment on my page. In the US we are annually reminded of how devastating Hurricanes Katrina and Rita were on the most downtrodden of our Gulf Coast residents. There are occasional documentary films aired on public television, usually to mark the next 'anniversary', which highlight how once-geographically-close families were scattered out of temporary necessity (for survival) and have remained incredibly distant from each other because of the pervasive nature of their existing low economic status.

There seems to be nothing built into the current system that allows for a return 'flight', a return home.

I wish you well in your difficult and important work. Please advise if I can be of further assistance.
At 4:00pm on January 30, 2009, Netta said…
Dear Rene, thank you for your comments which have provided much food for thought - I am awaiting delivery of Ray Grasse's book and will, no doubt, explore the trends from the perspective of a creative/musician's viewpoint!
With regard to your post on your work as a representative to the UN for which I must extend my greatest respect and support to you in your efforts to inform and extend the discussion/inclusion - here in the UK there has been for some time a growing anxiety with regard to the numbers of migrant workers/refugees entering from the continent coupled with an omnipresent resentment that homes, jobs, health, welfare and education services are being stretched to the limit and a widespread belief that the UK's obligations towards same are leaving the ordinary Englishman at the bottom of the list - last to be considered - out in the cold. This can only be exacerbated now by the economic climate. Couple this with the diminished manufacturing industry here and the extent of foreign ownership in business, even the fishermen have to share or give up their traditional waters - many feel stripped of identity/pride/worth.
Much of this is to be expected in a society that is becoming more global than national but the transition is proving painful mostly because the native is put to the bottom of the list - resentment and suspicion can escalate in hard times.
I applaud your Association's representations and truly believe that, in spite of the above or, perhaps, in recognition of it, many in our world are waking up now to the realisation that we cannot continue to address the issues from the same old viewpoints - that global accord in solutions may be more achievable when applied with a different attitude - perhaps now that this age is upon us the visionaries will not be singled out for removal but united in belief that we can make the difference...?
At 7:26am on January 29, 2009, Peace Portal said…
Blessings Rene,
I appreciate the work you are doing and the comment on my page,
lets chat sometime, we'd love to work with you on our Peace Portal Project - it's purpose is in part to meet the goals in human rights that you discuss. Please feel free to post on Peace Portal as well, we like what you've got to say and are doing.

At 7:04am on January 29, 2009, lily-huohuo said…
welcome to China mainland. China will give you unexpected happy.
At 2:18pm on January 28, 2009, Imtiaz Mather said…
I truly admire and commend you in the work you are doing. Peace and Blessings.
At 3:40pm on January 26, 2009, Silja Saareoks-Kaldre said…
Thank you for commenting!
At 5:38am on January 16, 2009, kat said…
I Commend and Thank You..... in your Journey!


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