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#TimeOutForPeace

 
I will take TimeOut for Peace every day at 12.00.
I will encourage 10 friends to join.
I will write to my school, employer or parliament to ask them to join the pledge.
I pledge 72

What?

The task is simple at 12.00 (midday) everyday take 1 minute to stop and reflect or pray for peace.

Where?

TimeOut happens in every time zone in the world at 12.00 in each time-zone.

Who?

TimeOut has been practiced by thousands of people. 1700 ‘Living Peace’ International schools practice TimeOut for Peace at 12 noon on every school day.

Why?

At the beginning of the Gulf War, Chiara Lubich proposed this action to connect all those who hoped and worked for peace in a world where wars never seem to end. The pledge is an opportunity to connect with people all over the world who are working to build peace and are inspiring others to work for peace.