Tag: world peace

A former US Navy SEAL has a his solution to the North Korean crisis — and it just may work

When Jocko Willink‏, a former US Navy SEAL, author, and occasional Business Insider contributor, was asked on Twitter how he would handle the North Korean crisis, he gave an unexpected answer that just might work, according to an expert.

Willink’s proposal didn’t involve any covert special operation strikes, or military moves of any kind. Instead of a bombs, Willink suggested the US drop iPhones.

“Drop 25 million iPhones on them and put satellites over them with free wifi,” tweeted Willink.

While the proposal itself is fantastical and a bit far fetched, Yun Sun, an expert on North Korea at the Stimson Center says the core concept could work.


   This touches on the core concept of Pink For Peace.  That is, Peace is within the heart of each individual person. If the people of the world one by one make peace an important part of their everyday life. Their attitude will effect the lives of the people they associate with. As more and more people start a new circle of peaceful influence.  Their circle in time will overlap with other circles and the power of the peoples will for peace will build and affect change in the attitude of all people in the world.

I was asked a question once. ” Can god created a stone bigger than he can move”. I pondered for a few minutes and then answered with this. No, He cannot create a stone that he cannot move. Because god does not move the stone with physical strength, He wills it to move.

United together the will of the people can create a world at peace.

Join Us and start your new life with a heart filled with peace for all peoples of the world.

The Founder

Pink For Peace


President Trump’s ‘sovereignty’ talk was what the UN needed to hear

Here are excerpts From President Trumps speech to the United Nations.

Trump’s critics misrepresent the speech and misunderstand the nationalist vision that Trump was setting out. He didn’t defend a valueless international relativism.

“The Marshall Plan,” he said, “was built on the noble idea that the whole world is safer when nations are strong, independent and free.”

He said, repeatedly, that we want “strong and independent nations” committed to promoting “security, prosperity and peace.” And we look for nations “to respect the interests of their own people and the rights of every other sovereign nation.”

Trump’s standards aren’t drawn out of thin air. A consistent nationalist believes in the right of every nation to govern itself. Moreover, modern nationalism developed alongside the idea of popular sovereignty — i.e., the people have the right to rule, and the state is their agent, not the other way around. This is why the rise of nationalism was the worst thing to happen to dynastic rulers in Europe.

Trump’s core claim that “the nation-state remains the best vehicle for elevating the human condition” is indubitably correct; it is what makes self-government possible. Given the choice between being governed by imperial center or transnational authorities, the people of almost every nation will choose — and fight if necessary — to govern themselves. (See the American Revolution.)


I took from this that if all nations respect the sovereignty of each other nation. And the government of each nation represents and respects the interest of their people. That the world will be a safer better place for all people.

“Respect” is the buzz word here. Every person has beliefs and feelings and national norms that can be different from the beliefs and national norms of people from other countries. That should be a good thing. It makes all individuals unique. It makes each country unique. It keeps us all from being duplicated drones with the personality of a pencil. Why spend the time to travel to another country if it is just a duplicate of the one you live in? Embracing the differences country to country. Embracing the differences of one person to another is what will bring this world to a peaceful existence.

All people are created equal and have just as much right to live a safe, happy and rewarding life as each other person.

Respect each other and embrace our differences and we all will live in a world at peace. Period!

That’s what I got out of President Trump’s speech. What did you get?

The Founder

Pink For Peace

The United States Institute of Peace

The United States Institute of Peace is an independent national institute, founded by Congress and dedicated to the proposition that a world without violent conflict is possible, practical, and essential for U.S. and global security. USIP pursues this vision on the ground in conflict zones, working with local partners to prevent conflicts from turning to bloodshed and to end it when they do. The Institute provides training, analysis, and other resources to people, organizations, and governments working to build peace.

United States Institute Of peace

USIP Brings Together Experts and Practitioners in Peacebuilding to:

  • Identify the best ways to counter violent extremism and promote religious tolerance.
  • Develop practical tools to improve the rule of law in chaotic environments after violent conflict.
  • Rigorously test approaches to conflict prevention and peacebuilding to ensure the U.S. is using the most constructive and cost-effective tools to protect U.S. interests without violence.
  • Use traditional media, social networking, and emerging technologies to track, prevent, and resolve violent conflict.

There are Many many many individuals and organizations working on bringing about a less hostile more peaceful world.

Pink for peace can be instrumental in filling the gaps and bringing together all these individuals and organizations because we operate on one simple principle.  Help people instill more peace in their personal lives. This in turn will filter out to those they associate with. So this will create Friends and Family Groups that will be sharing their message in ever increasing circles of people they come in contact with. All these ever growing groups living in peace will one day overlap and fill the voids between all the peace organizations in the world. Thus creating a powerful unified voice for peace the rest of the world will no longer be able to ignore.

Start your new life of peace today.

The Founder

Pink For peace

  “Our generation has the ability and the responsibility to make our ever-more connected world a more hopeful, stable and peaceful place.”

Natalie Portman



Volunteers For Peace

Volunteers For peace

Founded in 1982, VFP is a non-profit organization offering over 3000 voluntary service opportunities around the world.

Volunteers For Peace (VFP) organizes, promotes and supports voluntary service opportunities in the USA and abroad as an effective means of intercultural education, service learning, and community development.

VFP empowers host communities to work cooperatively for environmental sustainability, social justice, and peace.

VFP provides opportunities for volunteers to develop leadership skills and global connections. We advocate for civic engagement and encourage volunteers to apply their new skills as citizen diplomats, community activists and global leaders.

This is a long standing well recognized Organization that brings interested volunteers from different parts of the world together.  To take part in different projects around the world to promote peace and good will.

If you have some skills and the time you can give checkout what you and Volunteers For Peace can do for each other.

The Founder

Pink For peace


“Volunteers don’t get paid, not because they’re worthless,

but because they’re priceless.” 

Sherry Anderson

We Elected Them…

I Voted

    That’s right We All Elected Them. In The United States we elect people to the Federal Government, State and Local governments. But what is all to often is the case the majority of us never express our thoughts about any current issue. Or any issue that we feel is unjust and needs addressed.

We elect these people to represent us. So why do we never share our views with the people that can actually do something to make changes? Seems futile to complain about how an issue comes out when we done nothing to help influence the out come.

I am not up on a band wagon here pointing a guiltless finger at everyone else. I am just as guilty as most are,  who voice there concerns to the TV , friend or loved one. But never take the extra step to get my views to the place where they can be heard and maybe influence an out come.

Take the time to have a look at yourself the next time a big national event or issue has everybody talking about it. If you are feeling very passionate about the issue and it involves something that your representatives in the government will or should be involved in. Send them an e-mail and express your views on the issue to them.

After you do, You will feel a sense of satisfaction because you will no longer be standing on the sidelines. You will be involved in the solution. You do not have to take my word for it. TRY IT. and you will see for yourself.

Satisfaction brings happiness and happiness brings more peace to each of us.

We Elected Them, Use Them! You can find your congressman HERE.

The Founder

The Color Pink

The meaning of the color pink is
unconditional love and nurturing


The color pink represents compassion, nurturing and love. It relates to unconditional love and understanding, and the giving and receiving of nurturing.

A combination of red and white, pink contains the need for action of red, helping it to achieve the potential for success and insight offered by white. It is the passion and power of red softened with the purity, openness and completeness of white. The deeper the pink, the more passion and energy it exhibits.

Pink is feminine and romantic, affectionate and intimate, thoughtful and caring. It tones down the physical passion of red replacing it with a gentle loving energy.

Pink is intuitive and insightful, showing tenderness and kindness with its empathy and sensitivity.

In color psychology, pink is a sign of hope. It is a positive color inspiring warm and comforting feelings, a sense that everything will be okay.
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Personality Color Pink


If Your Favorite Color is Pink:

If pink is your favorite color, you are loving, kind, generous and sensitive to the needs of others.

You are friendly and approachable with a warmth and softness others are drawn to.

You are the nurturers of the world – you love to give nurturing and to receive nurturing in return.

With a personality color pink, you have a maternal instinct, with a need to protect and take care of others. You also have a need for this caring to be reciprocated as you do tend to neglect yourself in your determination to take care of the needs of others.
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The truth, the joy and the meaning are within you

Peace, World Peace

“The Inner Spirit working outward in your life is the only place to find stability in these changing times.


You have found that your world is speeding up. You may even have a sense of frantic activity without a sense of accomplishment. You have found yourself searching for meaning in all that you are doing when it does not feel like enough.

The truth is that there is an increase in the energy of the Earth’s vibrational field. Because of this, people are experiencing a shift in consciousness that encourages their search for meaning in all that they do.  And Universal Consciousness is now more easily available to all who seek than ever before. This increase in energy is also creating great and rapid change in the world around you. Information is more available, tremendous earth changes, such as earthquakes, fires and hurricanes, seem to be occurring with more frequency, and the very fabric of social, political and family life seems to have shifted into unknown areas.

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