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This was posted today on the 10 Million Clicks For Peace blog. On this, the 13th anniversary of September 11, one of the most horrific days the world has known, we post the inspirational video, Our World at Peace, created by 10 Million Clicks For Peace co-founder, Rick Beneteau, and member extraordinaire, Paul Sutherland.  (Read More ...)

From the YouTube site: Emmett Rychner is only 3 years old but his best friend is his 89-year-old neighbor, Erling Kindem. CNN affiliate KARE reports Kindem is a World War II veteran who flew combat missions in Europe. Emmett just likes to play in their Farmington, Minnesota, neighborhood. They are an unlikely couple but they love to play croquet, ride lawn mowers and fix bikes. together.  (Read More ...)

This post appeared first in the 10 Million Clicks For Peace blog here. To celebrate dads everywhere, Canadian airline company, West Jet, worked with Ronald McDonald House Charities Canada to surprise a hardworking dad, Marc Grimard, with an early Father’s Day gift by reuniting him with his sick child and family. Kleenex warning:-)  (Read More ...)

Watch as iconic actor,  Sir Anthony Hopkins, hears a waltz piece he wrote 50 years ago for the first time in his life. Played by Dutch violinist Andre Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra, Rieu named one of his albums after the song.  (Read More ...)

3 1/2 minutes of extreme wisdom from personal growth expert and spiritual teacher, Wayne Dyer, based on his personal development quote, “When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”  (Read More ...)

This post first appeared in the 10 Million Clicks For Peace blog here. This viral inspirational video produced by the New York Rescue Mission effectively asks the question, have the homeless become invisible? Kleenex warning:-)  (Read More ...)

This post was first published on the 10 Million Clicks For Peace blog here. We came across an amazingly talented artist who is using her gifts and her art to make our world a better place. Her name is Marcela Carvalho and these are her words: “The purpose of my work is to heal, empower and inspire. My job is to help an individual to connect themselves through art. Working with the cancer patients at Continuum Cancer Centers of New York at Beth Israel Medical Center, I taught the basics of painting technique and design guiding the students to connect with their artistic selves. The results... (Read More ...)

This video first appeared in the 10 Million Clicks For Peace blog. From the YouTube site: The 2013 Templeton Prize Laureate, Archbishop Desmond Tutu (a 10 Million Clicks For Peace endorser), speaks on the topic: “Who we are: Human uniqueness and the African spirit of Ubuntu.”  (Read More ...)

This post first appeared in the 10 Million Clicks For Peace blog here. We came across a very special recording artist a few weeks ago. Unknown to us but not to her legion of fans, Russian-born Marina V has been making a name for herself across the globe.  She describes herself in this way: “If the Beatles and Tori Amos had a child raised in Russia by Tchaikovsky, that would be me.” The song we heard had a wonderful message so we decided to contact Marina and ask if she had a special song about peace and change that we could offer our readers. She responded with the song you’re about... (Read More ...)

This post first appeared in the 10 Million Clicks For Peace blog here. From the site: This experience is viewed through the eyes of Carly Fleischmann, a 17 year old girl living with non-verbal Autism. Based on an excerpt from the book Carly’s Voice: Breaking through Autism, it explores how, for someone with autism, a simple act like going for a coffee can descend into chaos. Carly’s Café was developed as an interactive video that allows the user to experience Autism from the inside-out, visit to enjoy the full experience.  (Read More ...)