The Royal Peace Song of the Day for Thursday, August 25th is “Magic Penny” by Malvina Reynolds. You can find the lyrics to this song in the Rise Up Singing songbook on page 240.
More about why we chose this song for today: Continue reading Peace Song of the Day: 8/25/2011 – Spiritual preparation for Hurricane Irene
“Turning of the World” by Ruth Pelham is the Peace Song of the Day for Wednesday, August 24th. Duchess Susanna chooses a Royal Peace Song for every day of the year. You can find the lyrics to “Turning of the World”, and many more songs for peace, in the Rise Up Singing songbook on page 242.
As some of you may have noticed, this is the second announcement of a song of the day for today. The Duchess erred, and posted a duplicate choice previously.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIzhfeTXTAU] Continue reading Peace Song of the Day (revised): Wed. 8/24/2011
The Royal Peace Song of the Day for August 18th is “Peace Like A River” by Marvin V. Frey. You can find the lyrics at Rise Up Singing on page 195.
The Duke and Duchess of Peace would like to dedicate today’s song to the people of the Middle East. “I’ve got tears like the raindrops”.
More about today’s Royal Song of the Day: Continue reading Peace Like A River: Peace Song for Thursday 8/18/2011
Duchess Susanna writes: Oh, well. The Duke and Duchess of Peace strive to bring you at least one, new item about peace and justice everyday. Though, we both also have day jobs. So, we didn’t get to the Song of the Day yesterday. Apologies.
Still, we want to keep the song calendar going. So, here is some catch-up… Continue reading Strangest dream of peace: The Royal Peace Song of the Day, 8/4/2011
Well…Here is a list of entertainment for regular royals, and people who are bought into corporate culture: professional sports; Polo; royal watching; high fashion; expensive concert tickets of corporate entertainers; shopping for the mirage of freedom (aka the instructions of certain politicians after 9-11).
Now…Here is a list of entertainment options for people seeking peace and justice: local sports (or, even better yet, non competitive games); family watching; sustainable fashion; local music; making your own music; and shopping in a spirit of fair trade and sustainability.
Though, if you must do some “royal watching”, please watch The Duke and Duchess of Peace. Continue reading What do peaceful people do for fun? (Intro to Royal Song of The Day at Peace Couple)