Sunday, June 20, 2010

Baltimore TV Stations Campaign for Love and ForGIVEness...

Hello Dear Hearts,

How wonderful that TV stations have joined campaigns for the spreading of ForGIVEness.

Here is an inspiring article to lighten your day.

We are gearing up for our next round of printings of
"The little Book of ForGIVEness" for gifting in our GIVE-AWAY program.

Please let us know IMMEDIATELY if you have:
a.  Organizations, groups, wanting free copies
b.  Organizations, groups, individuals wanting to sponsor printings.
MORE info at


Our GIVE-AWAYS over the past 2 weekends have been huge successes --- ALL the copies we printed with our donations (87% of our donations go directly for printing our free copies) have been swooped up - with gratitude - by individuals crying out to learn how to forgive.

Many thanks to volunteer Marge Thompson in Virginia for heading up the GIVE AWAY program there.  Our friendly outgoing manner has opened many doors to ForGIVEness through "The little Book of ForGIVEness".

We'll have pictures to post in another few days.

If you or your company or organizations would like to contribute to a printing, please contact
OR use the donation button on any of our webpages.  You can use paypal or any credit card with our secure donation button.

There is a HUGE need for spreading the power of ForGIVEness in today's rapidly changing world.

We appreciate ALL your love, help and support.

I hold YOU in the Creator's Light.

With Gratitude,

Pat Crosby

                                                                                               Photo:  War Memorial, Hawaii.
                                                                                     Copyright Pat Crosby, 2010.  All Rights Reserved.


Campaign for Love and Forgiveness ends, but impact lives on

Foundation's 4-year initiative claims lasting effects

June 13, 2010|By Liz F. Kay, The Baltimore Sun
An interfaith peace garden in Northeast Baltimore builds tolerance among religions through annual conversations about forgiveness. At-risk youth forgive others and themselves with the help of drumming and dance.
It's all part of a four-year Maryland Public Television campaign wrapping up this Tuesday to promote love and forgiveness. But participants say the program, part of an effort to build the concepts nationwide, will have a lasting impact.
MPT was one of five stations that worked with the Fetzer Institute, a foundation based in Michigan that "engages with people and organizations to bring the power of love, forgiveness and compassion to the center of individual and community life," said Linda Grdina, an officer with the Fetzer program.

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