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Globally Famed Musicians and Thought-Leaders support 2013 Bethlehem Christmas Day Gift, Forgiveness
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Working in collaboration with Project Peace On Earth, LLC (PPOE) based in Los Angeles, CA., Palestinian Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, Rula Ma’ayah and The Bethlehem Convention Palace (CPC/CCC), led by George Bassous, announced that the 2013 PPOE Christmas World Forgiveness Concert for Bethlehem honors the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela, encouraging each person on our planet to begin their own personal process of forgiveness. The PPOE website offers links for everyone to connect with its dedicated The World Forgiveness Project FACEBOOK page and begin this process of healing. PPOE will produce a LIVE global peace concert and aerial art image initiative called “Unite All” in Bethlehem on Easter Day 2014.
The December 25th, 2013, Christmas Day, World Forgiveness Concert for Bethlehem, features numerous performances of sacred and inspirational music from famed Rock and conscious HipHop stars, the world of Country, Opera and Contemporary/
According to Steve Robertson, Founder and CEO of PPOE, “Sacred music is the fastest and most effective way to move people back into their hearts and act with love. Here, each of us can know the truth of peace. Here, we are individually and collectively able to expand in our capacity to forgive and love again.” When asked why the theme of forgiveness on Christmas Day? Robertson stated, “Its very simple, Until we forgive we can not achieve love. Only when we know this love and peace in our hearts will we be able to envision, create and have, peace on earth. If we know that our life mission is to find the kingdom of heaven within and create from this place, let us all begin now and watch the miracles we can create for ourselves and future generations."
Founder and Owner of MelliTV (MTC), Shan Hashemizadeh, described why his network will carry the Forgiveness concert broadcast, “I am in the entertainment and TV business to change and make a difference of good in our world. At MTC we aspire to promote content that will touch the hearts of people and empower the understanding that we are all one family.
The Christmas Day (12.25.13) World Forgiveness Concert can be viewed online at:
The World Forgiveness Concert (http://www.projectpeaceonearth.org/
MelliTV (MTC) (http://www.mellitv.com/
The MelliTV televised broadcast of the World Forgiveness Christmas Day Concert (12.25.13) will air at 5pm (PST) and 8pm (EST). Check local TV guides for its channel listing:
MelliTV (MTC) (http://www.mellitv.com/)
PPOE has a successful history of cultural peace initiatives in Palestine and the Middle East. On November 25th 2011, PPOE produced an aerial picture which was taken of nearly 1000 Palestinian refuge children forming the image of the Picasso Peace Dove and spelling out the words “Love All” plus the word for “love’ in Arabic just at the base of the Mount of Temptation in Jericho. Steve Robertson, CEO of Project Peace on Earth (PPOE) and its team, led by international aerial artist John Quigley and United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) produced the inspirational event. The Picasso Dove and Love All image was filmed and shot aerially to send out a message of love and hope to children and adults worldwide.
In September of 2012 the UN announced that the Picasso Peace Dove and Love All image was selected as one of 49 most iconic images in the history of the UN out of some 800,000 photographs.
The efforts of the PPOE organization are part of larger Middle East and Worldwide five-step peace process initiative. Towards this end, the PPOE team organizes inspirational music concerts, medical missions, art, dance events, social media and engagement activities to: 1) Reduce social tensions and re-enforce the possibility of peaceful relations. 2) Increase listening skills towards the promotion of inner peace and perceptual changes. 3) Foster the process of forgiveness and humanize dialog towards compassion. 4) Inspire the recognition of shared interests and commonalities of goodness. 5) Increase empathy and communication skills through “walk in the other person’s shoes” experiences that promote social, political, spiritual, peace breakthroughs and actions.
Find out how you can help support Project Peace on Earth and its five-step worldwide peace initiative program by going to: www.ProjectPeaceOnEarth.org (http://www.projectpeaceonearth.org/
Contacts: Steve Robertson, cell: 310-871-2965 (tel:310-871-
Page Updated Last on: Dec 23, 2013