Oneness-Peace-Tree Project

For the Impossibility Challenger on Nov. 12 in Kladno, Czech Republic, you are invited to co-create a „Oneness-Peace-Tree“

with „leaves“ from all over the world with the word „PEACE“ written in one of 100+ languages as many times as possible (min. 100x) on each leaf – highlighting the richness, creativity, beauty and peace of oneness in diversity in honour of the 30th anniversary of the „Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run“.

Deadline: Sunday Nov. 12, 10 a.m. for last minute leaves! – Antartica: until Nov. 19th for a second record – or even later! Also nice: multi-lingual team leaf!

It will be an official National Czech Record – or more


Since we received „leaves“  from 6 continents – Europe, Asia, Australia/Oceania, South America, North America and Africa – in more than 140 languages now, we are seriously trying also for ANTARCTICA as continent no 7! – even if we have to add the ANTARCTICA-LEAF only after the IC event and set up the PEACE TREE again anytime later just for the record! We approached the → ANTARCTICA 2020 campaign and the → Neumayer Research Station III, but very last minute…
If YOU KNOW ANYONE working in Antarctica who might be inspired – pls. try or let us know!!! THANK YOU!


 

    • Write the word „Peace“ from your heart in one language at least 100x – or as many times as possible! on one paper* „leaf“ (A4, see shape below),  add your name and the number of the words. Cut out and bring /send – or scan and email (info@impossibility-challenger.cz / vasanti.hd@gmail.com)
      It will be nice to say each word is a „Prayer for Peace“.
      (*on coloured paper if you mail/bring it, on white paper if you scan it pls.!)
      If there is a special script (Cyrillic, Baybayin, Devanagari, Thai, Hanzi etc.) – great! But the bigger word in the middle is nice to have in latin letters!
    • We are collecting as many leaves as possible in 100 or more languages (140+ right now) (several leaves per language are fine).
    • Here a few listshttp://www.freelang.net/expressions/peace.php, http://www.columbia.edu/~fdc/pace/,     http://www.planetpals.com/IKC/peacedictionary.html http://www.logosdictionary.org/childrendictionary.php (or Google translate)
      Languages of the world spoken today: http://glammap.net/glottovis/#d/glottovis@46.60417,13.60107,6z
    • The Oneness-Peace-Tree will be finished on Sunday in Kladno – everyone is invited to help and make it impressive! You can even write more languages at the event! (And we may set the Peace Tree up again later if we receive a PEACE-LEAF from ANTARCTICA after the event!)
    • Also the public and school children will be invited to ontribute more languages on the day of the event. TV and media will cover it.
    • Contact: Vasanti, Heidelberg: vasanti.hd@gmail.com, Tel. +49 6221-160793, and Zuzka, Zlin (CZ): z.rybkova@madalbal.cz  or to info@impossibility-challenger.cz
      Via air/land mail: Madal Bal a.s. Zuzana Rybková, U Tescomy 244, Zlín, 76001 Czech Republic

Tree: https://www.schule-und-familie.de/malvorlagen/Baeume/kostenlose-malvorlage-motivationsbaum.html


Languages already done/in process*:
Afrikaans, Albanian, Alsatian, Amharic (Ethiopia), Antillian Creole, Arabic, Armenian, Aymaran (Bolivia), Azerbaijani, Bambara (Mali), Basque, Belarusian, Bengali, Bobo (Burkina Faso), Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chechen, Chinese (Mandarin), Corsican, Cree, Croatian, Czech, Dagara (Ghana/Burkina Faso), Danish, Duala (Cameroon), Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, Fri(e)sian, Friulian (Italy, Rhaeto-Romance), Gaelic (Irish), Galician (Spain), German, Greek, Guarani (Brazil), Haitian Creole, Hawaiian, Hebrew, Hindi, Hopi, Hungarian, Irish Gaelic, Italian, Japanese Hiragana, Japanese Katagana, Kabyle (North-Algeria), Kazakh (Kazakhstan), Kinyarwanda (Rwanda), Kirundi (Burundi/Tanzania), Korean, Kurdish, Ladin (South Tyrol, Rhaeto-Romance), Lao, Latin, Latvian, Ligurian (Italy, Mediterranean), Lingala (also „Ngala“, Bantu/Central Africa), Lithuanian, Luxembourgish, Malay, Maltese, Macedonian, Mandarin (Singapore), Maori, Mongolian, Navajo (North America), Nepali, Nhengatu (Brazil), Norwegian, Occitan, Ojibwe (Canada/USA), Oromo (Ethiopia), Papiamento (Carribean), Paumarí (Brazil), Persian, Pitjantjatjara (Central Australian desert), Polish, Ponapean/Pohnpeian (Micronesia), Portuguese, Punjabi, Pustu (Afghanistan), Quetchua (South American Andes, Inca), Romani, Romanian, Romansh (Rhaeto-Romance, Switzerland), Russian, Sami (Nordic/Finland), Sanskrit, Scottisch Gaelic, Serbian, Sindhi (Pakistan), Sinhalese (Sri Lanka), Siouan (Sioux), Slovak, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Tahitian, Tatar (Tatarstan, Russian Federation), Tibetan, Tiwi (Australia), Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu (India), Vietnamese, Welsh, Wintu (native American), Wolaytta (Ethiopia), Yiddish, Yoruba (West-Africa), Zapotec (Mesoamerican, Mexico), Zulu (South Africa), Züritütsch (Swiss German)

*But again: if a certain language inspires you, pls. go ahead and do another leaf in this language – we are also counting the number of leaves and the number of individual words!


Here an „instruction sheet“ to print out and copy (email: z.rybkova@madalbal.cz or vasanti.hd@gmail.com):

(It can be a very nice and inwardly rewarding spiritual or mantric exercise
that monks and sincere seekers have been pracising for ages!)


And here an A4 sample „leaf“ to print out (pls. use white paper only if you want to scan and email it – otherwise coloured paper is preferred!):

Thank you and enjoy creating!

„The world is something very huge, but each person represents the world. You and I create the world by the vibrations that we offer to the world…. If we can invoke Peace and then offer it to somebody else, we will see how Peace expands from one to two persons, and gradually to the world at large.“ – Sri Chinmoy

   „As the countless drops
    Of the boundless ocean
    Or the myriad leaves
    Of a huge banyan tree
    Peacefully remain side by side,
    Even so, all human beings
    Will someday live side by side
    In a perfect oneness-world.“ 

– Sri Chinmoy

(Click on the leaves to enlarge!)

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