Peer to Peer Diplomacy, Open-Sourcing Peace
By: Jacob Devaney - 22 November 2015 - 0 Comments

Across the globe it is becoming clear that nations are failing at creating peaceful solutions to international challenges. More bombing does not create more peace and understanding, but communication does. We are at a cross-roads [...]

Faith Spotted Eagle, Native Elder Reflects on Keystone XL
By: Jacob Devaney - 13 November 2015 - 0 Comments

There has been much celebration in the wake of Obamas decision to reject the Keystone XL Pipeline, but there are a few things that should not be overlooked going forward. The roots to this [...]

Wisdom of an Andean Mystic
By: Jacob Devaney - 06 November 2015 - 0 Comments

Few people realize that the Hopi Tribe of Northern Arizona have clans that are descendants of tribes from the northernmost to southernmost tips of the Americas (and quite possibly beyond that). The Q’ero are [...]

Ending the Conquest of Nature
By: Jacob Devaney - 26 October 2015 - 0 Comments

I think every child knows what it’s like to build a dam of pebbles in a creek, or try to build a wall around a sand castle to protect it from incoming waves. It’s [...]

City of the Dead, Ceremonial Healing
By: Jacob Devaney - 24 October 2015 - 2 Comments

Ancient Tribal Traditions Survive in Modern Festivities For eons we humans have called on our ancestors in times of trouble, and that need still exists today. Making peace with the past is essential for [...]

The World Needs Aloha
By: Jacob Devaney - 23 October 2015 - 0 Comments

Beautiful beaches, rainbows, tropical fruits and epic hiking make Hawaii one of the worlds most popular tourist destinations. Simultaneously this small island chain represents a microcosm of global issues and a cultural tradition rich with solutions that [...]

Trail of Tears, Immigration, and Healing of Nations
By: Jacob Devaney - 23 September 2015 - 0 Comments

Author of well-known Medicine Cards and Choctaw Pipe-Carrier, David Carson, shares stories of hope and healing with historical roots and contemporary relevance. From the Trail of Tears forced relocation of Native Americans to displaced Syrian [...]

(VIDEO) Finding Peace in Nature; Real Life Mermaids
By: emily ann jones - 16 September 2015 - 1 Comment

It is easy to get overwhelmed from the stresses of daily life, not to mention the larger environmental, political and social problems of our world today. It is no wonder that people experience anxiety, [...]

World Peace Weekend, a Global Effort
By: Jacob Devaney - 12 September 2015 - 1 Comment

Peace is such a loaded word in so many ways. It can be political, conjuring 60’s flower-power and civil disobedience, or a sleepy term we apply to those who have passed (R.I.P). It is somehow [...]

How a Hopi Elder Changed My Life
By: Jacob Devaney - 11 September 2015 - 2 Comments

Secluded in the Painted Desert of the Southwest the Hopi are a private but open-hearted, indigenous Nation that have preserved one of the most ancient cultures in North America. They are essentially an oral tradition [...]