Writing for Peace 2014


These past few days have been very emotional for me. I’m so damned stressed out from the discrimination that continues in this world, for the unnecessary wars, the violence, the death!
To combat my own depression I’ve decided to simply confront it, see the pictures, read the stories, watch the news- and just write about each particular event in my own words, from my own thoughts.

I am starting my own private “write for peace” campaign for 2014. I invite others, writers, bloggers, journalists, or just YOU to join me in “writing for peace”. How will we achieve peace? By acknowledging the lack of…and by first giving peace to our own hearts and minds. So, join me, won’t you? 10 minutes everyday- no word count, no limit- just write about events that affect you in whatever way that may be.

My own personal campaign  for 2014 is to write for peace for 300 out of 365 days. Let’s see if I can do it… 🙂

Looking forward to hearing from others who will join me!

God bless;


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