Thursday, July 26, 2012
A WORLD WIDE SPIRITUAL MUSIC FESTIVAL FOR PROMOTION OF FAITH,
HOPE, LOVE AND LASTING PEACE - Coaster and dereelovefestival ♥♫
FOR LASTING PEACE
A Festival of Faith, Hope and lasting Peace,
For the World and for all it's people...
Love is the most fundamental ingredient.
Love is the Key for promoting Peace.
Love is the only way to live in happiness?
To live helping children grow with no fear,
To love and respect one another... and hope
for Peace that the World shall enjoy today.
Where no Love, no Peace is there either!
World Peace depends on you and me!
Love is a powerful feeling, but Hope follows...
Leaders and Nations stand for the World Peace!
The Spiritual Music Festival is to promote Peace.
Love, Hope and Happiness for all people...
Follow your heart in all that you do... Hope,
for all the Nations and for lasting Peace around the Globe.
Speak and pray, send Angels with this message away.
Let's work together for the World Peace because,
Peace that is all we need to enjoy the simplicity of life.
Love, Faith, Hope...Strive, to keep the World Peace alive!
July 26 -2012
Poem by Zuzanna Musial
2012©Zuzanna Musial (All Rights Reserved)
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Poland flags burned on bonfires across Belfast on 11 July
"By burning the Polish flag and other symbols, some members of the local communities were able to express their strong political views and promote anti-Polish sentiments
"For many participants, especially the youth and young people, the burning of the Polish flag could become a clear signal to expand hate to other aspects of life.
"There is already a high level of hate motivated incidents on members of the Polish community. We call on all political and community leaders in Northern Ireland to take urgent action to stop hatred and bigotry." Alliance MLA Anna Lo has described those who burnt Polish flags on bonfires as "bigots". "It is completely unacceptable for people to burn any flag. The people who burnt these Polish flags are nothing more than bigots. It is the actions of a hateful person who would do such a thing," she said.
"I would urge community leaders to encourage the people involved in the building of these bonfires to ensure that nothing like a flag or an effigy is placed on them.
"This is clearly racist behaviour which is doing the image of Northern Ireland a lot of damage." A spokesperson for Belfast City Council said: "We are aware of the issue and it will be raised as part of our regular evaluation of the bonfire programme."
Friday, July 6, 2012
Cos Co Kocham Najwiecej - Czeslaw Niemen
"What I Love The Most" - Czesław Niemen - Biography
Czesław Niemen (real name Czesław Juliusz Wydrzycki) (16th February 1939-17th January 2004) was one of the most important and original Polish rock/electronic/experimental musicians, singing mainly in the Polish language.
Niemen was born in Wasiliszki in Grodno district. He was a singer with a wide voice scale and rich intonation, a composer and a keyboard player. He made his debut in the early 1960s, singing a Polish kind of rock and roll and soul music. His song of 1967, "Dziwny jest ten świat" (Strange Is This World) became the most important Polish protest song of that era. He was one of the first Poles to wear long hair and colourful clothes, introducing psychedelia style to communist Poland. The first three records he recorded with his band "Akwarele" (The Watercolour Paintings), later he recorded with his new bands: "Enigmatic", "Grupa Niemen"(SBB) and "Aerolit". In 1969 he changed musical style to progressive rock, recording the monumental album "Enigmatic". The most notable song from it was "Bema pamięci żałobny rapsod" (A Mournful Rhapsody in Memory of Józef Bem), based on the 19th century poem by Cyprian Kamil Norwid. The rest of Enigmatic songs were poetry as well. Niemen played Hammond organ, later mellotron and Moog synthesizer on his records.
In the early 1970s, Niemen recorded three English language albums under the CBS label and released the album 'Russische Lieder' which consists of the Russian traditional and folk songs. In 1974 he recorded Mourner's Rhapsody with Jan Hammer and Rick Laird from Mahavishnu Orchestra. In the seventies, Niemen turned to jazz-rock fusion and electronic music ("Katharsis"). Later, he also composed film soundtracks and theatre music. In the 1990s he moved to expressing himself in painting and computer graphics. In 2004 Niemen died of cancer in Warsaw.
Edited by S_B_B on 14 Feb 2009, 20:10
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