Madonna ends halftime show with “World Peace” projected across the field like the #ows bat signal.
“I Am Not At War With Anyone” by Luka Bloom is the Peace Song of the Day for February 5th. Singing this song is a wonderful way to get centered in yourself and centered in peace.
Continue reading Go away warplanes: A soothing and empowering Peace Song of the Day for 2/5/2012
“Sunday Shining” by Finley Quaye is the Peace Song of the Day for February 1st. (Thanks to local, Long Island radio station WEHM for playing it on this sunny day, and giving us the idea!)
Continue reading “Don’t fight! ‘Cause the sun is shining…”: Peace Song for 2/1/2012
“How Come” by Ray LaMontagne is the Peace Song of the Day for 1/12/2012. The Duchess of Peace dedicates this song to Kris, who gave this song as a holiday gift to the Duke and Duchess.
Johnny Cash has at least two songs about truth. This one is about young people and the truth. “What Is Truth?” by Johnny Cash is the Peace Song of the Day for 12/22. Thanks to Bill McNulty for bringing our attention to this song. You can listen to Bill’s radio show at lunchtime on Thursdays at WUSB 90.1FM Stony Brook (NY).
Flowers are Red by Harry Chapin is the Peace Song of the Day for December 17th. You can find this song on his album “Livingroom Suite” Duchess Susanna & I bonded over our fondness for this album while we were dating.
Administrators from Riverhead Schools to Gracie Mansion need to understand that creativity and leadership need to be encouraged, not punished. Chapin would often introduce the song by explaining how the inspiration came from a report card that his secretary’s son brought home. The teacher wrote that:
Your son is marching to the beat of a different drummer, but don’t worry we will soon have him joining the parade by the end of the term.