Read Aloud Story – Peace Is An Offering by Annette LeBox

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Read Aloud Story – Peace Is An Offering by Annette LeBox

Hi Adventure friends! Do you know what peace means? Peace means no fighting, calm, quiet, forgiveness, love. How do you show peace? What does peace look like? What does peace sound like? How does peace make you feel? There are many, many ways to show peace. Let’s read today’s book , Peace Is An Offering, to see all the many, simple ways to show peace to one another.

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So you see friends, there are so many ways to show peace. It could be as simple as a smile, or as difficult as swallowing your pride to admit you are wrong and say “I’m sorry.” Now close your eyes and think about what peace means to you. How can you show peace to your friends? To family? To strangers passing on the street? Or even to children halfway across the world? Now let’s put these thoughts into action and work together to make the world a better place to live in, now and in the future. You are our future and I know that you will create change and make peace. Well friends, that’s all for today. Hit the like button and subscribe to the channel if you would like to hear more stories. I can’t wait to see you again soon for another Read Aloud Adventure.

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For the purpose of reading, one can find books in hordes in various places such as libraries, personal book collections, book fairs, etc. in the modern age, perhaps, the enthusiasm to read through such books has increased. Perhaps, people are finding that by reading these books on spirituality, they are getting a relief from the tensions of the worldly life. Whatever be the case, the sale of books on spiritual and non materialistic world are increasing day by day. More and more people are reading the books and one can find a wide collection of such reading materials in the libraries or in one’s personal collection. It wouldn’t be surprising to find someone reading a book on longevity in the metro train or in the station, while awaiting the next train to reach office. Time is not a hindrance for the reading of such books. Even place doesn’t seem to hinder them from reading something, which very few people would understand. But still, the zeal to read these books on immortality and life beyond death has taken a reckoning. These concepts of life and death and other aspects of immortality have been in civilizations since ages. Or else, why do we find such books that speak of life and death and the world beyond in circulation and being spoken of in meetings and even in the friendly talks. Findings of such books and literature has been known in every civilization, be it the Egyptian or Indian. People in those days, much before the era of Christ used to depict their thoughts in form of symbols and signs, and the inscriptions are a proof of such thoughts. Nature was given due importance and the essence of life was considered to be quite close to nature. Natural health was important rather than materialistic pleasures. People lived in a society but the thought of spirituality existed side by side. Although, in subsequent generations, the manifestations of such concepts changed a bit, but the inner core remained the same. Since the oldest civilizations, man has had an affinity for the spiritual books, which were either in sign languages or in symbols. It might have been due to the lack of sufficient explanations and lack of any public communication, that such books were lost in the vortex of time. But now, when excavations and archeological researches are in full swing, and the findings of such historical evidences are coming up, people are not surprised to find that most of these dealt with the flavors of immortality and death. Along the course of such ancient books, there have been mentions of characters based in mythology, who did penance for achieving the best of natural health or tried to become immortals. Longevity was perhaps the most common demand of those who were given a chance for asking for a boon. Different forms of such manifestations have been seen as the centuries passed. Different forms of interpretations were given to such languages, but surely, all of them were talking about the same thing, and this was what was related to longevity and spirituality.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

MK Ettington Books is fast becoming a leading name in the arena of books on paranormal, Unusual, Immortality, Metaphysics, Spiritual meditation and much more. MK Ettington Books Proffers The Very Best When It Comes To Extreme Longevity,Superhuman,Immortality

Kids Books Read Aloud | I CAN SEE PEACE | Story Time Pals

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I Can See Peace by author Julie D. Penshorn, illustrator Jeanine-Jonee Keith, & contributor Rebecca Janke, kids book read aloud by your pal Amber!

Publisher : Growing Communities for Peace (September 21, 2018)

Sit down with your pal Amber and read along with this award-winning, multicultural children’s book! This calming kids story won the Gold Medal in the “Health” category and is the Indie Human Relations Peace book of the Year (2018). It shows that even a child with arguing parents, severe illness, or in conflict with bully, can find ways back to peace and can restore mental health. In situations where peace could be hard to find, children learn to seek peace using mindful breathing, meditation, conflict resolution and more. Realistic scenarios help children believe that peace can be found if they seek it. Enjoy the beauty of this lovely kids book as Amber reads out loud, “I Can See Peace” by Julie D. Penshorn!

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Illustration: Uncle Sam and his “daughters” Hawaii Nei and the Philippines
Uncle Sam:–Blam in Gilead! Well, thank heavens both my new daughters haven’t got the same disposition.

A year earlier, the United States annexed Hawaii without a war and was fighting in the Spanish-American War. In 1899 was the Philippine-American War, and the United States would eventually annex the Philippines in 1901.
Left image: A woman (apparently Uncle Sam’s "daughter") personifying Hawaii with a cornucopia by her and the scene of Diamond Head, the Pacific Ocean, and the sun hovering at the horizon with the word "prosperity."
Right image: Personifying the United States, Uncle Sam looks at the "Hawaiian Report," which says "peace and prosperity," "loyalty," "thriving industries," "increasing commerce," and "fine climate." In the back of him is a "report from the Filipines" saying to "send more soldiers."

After the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy in January 1893, the United States was considering annexing Hawaii.

In the late 1890s, American political cartoons illustrated manifest destiny, or America’s geopolitical and colonial expansion. The United States considered annexing Hawaii, Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines.

Cartoons portrayed the territories as children with dark skin, grass skirts, nappy hair, and bare feet. Uncle Sam personified the United States, their supposed warden.

Political cartoons expressed, shaped, reinforced, and reflected social, political, and racial conditions of a society. Therefore, newspapers used cartoons as propaganda to shape public opinion. As mirrors to public knowledge, cartoons showed what the public knew.

– Alice Kim

Read more about the political cartoons in historical Hawaii newspapers: sites.google.com/a/hawaii.edu/ndnp-hawaii/Home/historical…

Austin’s Hawaiian weekly, July 22, 1899, Page 7
chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85047152/1899-07-22/ed-…

Hawaii Digital Newspaper Project
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