English PeaceNews Seventh Edition – March 2017

Money Can’t Buy Happiness   If I had a chance to interview some rich people, I would ask this question: “Are you happy?” Their answers may vary. Some of them will state that they live happily, but it is possible if the others will have fair answer stating that they are actually not happy enough Read more about English PeaceNews Seventh Edition – March 2017[…]

WIHW Report 2nd day, 2 Feb 2016

In the morning, we met other participants, from Singapore, Malaysia and also Indonesia. We started going to North Bridge Center at 7.30 a.m. to have a discussion on “A Common Word between Us and You” (for more info about A Common Word please see: www.acommonword.com). The ACW Islam and Christian. This has become a basis Read more about WIHW Report 2nd day, 2 Feb 2016[…]

Visitation to Sikhism and The Inter-Religious Organisation (IRO)

On Tuesday, February 02, 2016, all members of Young Interfaith Peacemaker Community Indonesia (YIPC) visited Sikh at Gurdwara. This activity is started at 10 a.m. When we arrived at Gurdwara, our Sikh guide told us about Sikhism as one of ten religions in Singapore.Sikhism is the fifth largest religion in the world founded in India Read more about Visitation to Sikhism and The Inter-Religious Organisation (IRO)[…]

Visitation to Baha’i Centre and Harmony Walk

Our third day was begun with the visit to The Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is in Singapore.  Here we learned to get to know more of The Baha’i Faith. There are about 2000 Baha’is in Singapore and about seven million Baha’is all around the world. A Baha’i simply means a follower of Baha’u’llah (lived 1817-189, Read more about Visitation to Baha’i Centre and Harmony Walk[…]