BERKELEY Bulletin Board
for building a happier village...where people easily find common interests.
This board is a tool and a game for people finding what they share in common – interests, intentions, visions. A place to connect, share, trade, organize. All who want to build this happier village are welcome.
Watch the video to see a detailed description of how timebanking was used with remarkable results in a neighborhood where a Black gang and an Hispanic gang were at each other's throats.
We changed ourselves and our block became Green. This Green-Block Starter Kit emerged from the process that we went through.
We hope to encourage many blocks to become Green and then for our Green Village to inspire other villages to become Green.
We have for years gathered on Saturday mornings with the common purpose of moving toward both inner peace and world peace.
Bud Hayes and all of you in Inner Peace - World Peace came to mind when I saw this video, and so I want to share it with you: Is War is Over? A Paradox Explained.
Your views are important to me and I hope you'll comment.
Dear IP/WP folk,
We have decided end the group now, or as of last Saturday morning. Enclosed as an attachment is a summary statement.
When you're shopping this holiday season, please consider a gift I'm passionate about. It's a film I co-wrote and produced with a life-saving, anti-smoking story we can give to people who care about children -- parents, teachers, even a school you'd like to support. It's $15 to download the film. And for $35 you can gift a teacher or a school with the Educators Package (the film, Teacher's Guide, and soundtrack).
Here's the link:http:igg.me/at/...
Pursuing Improve Everywhere's mission, they constructed a custom wooden lectern with a megaphone holster and an attached sign that read, "Say Something Nice." The lectern was placed in public spaces around...
I love this video's examples of people improving love and spreading joy. Here the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwEYYI-AGWs (Uploaded on Aug 22, 2011.)
Like them on Facebook: http://facebook.com/improv.everywhere
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