If you yearn for a world of peace and love and are on Twitter, I suggest you follow the I Declare World Peace account @idclrWorldPeace (hashtag: #IDWP )
It bills itself as “The largest art project in history – designed to raise global peace consciousness,” and every day they tweet out artistic messages of peace, which we can retweet. I love the idea . . . and I love the art work. The poster above of Jimi Hendrix is one of their tweets that I retweeted.
The organizers see it like “popcorn popping all over the world,” they say on their website explaining the project. And you know how addictive popcorn is.
They explain the project this way, in part, on their site:
The I Declare World Peace project is the world’s largest ever art project / sort-of-science experiment. There is nothing to register for or to join. Participation is free and at will. While the I Declare World Peace project morally supports and encourages the efforts and goals of every other well-intentioned peace promoting endeavor, our project is based on principles of the “do less and accomplish more” variety. So, the I Declare World Peace project requires almost nothing of those who choose to participate in it – we ask only that you periodically think the affirmation “I Declare World Peace” and from time to time post it and otherwise promote the affirmation on social media and elsewhere.
You can read more about it on their site.
So, join us.
Give peace a chance . . .
You know what they say about the power of love.