Ing’s Peace Project and Open Doors Party at the Newark Museum Part 2

Ing’s Peace Project

And

Open Doors Party at the Newark Museum

Music by Steeve Sam, Janine Salinas and Andy Plants

On Friday, October 10, 2014

Part 2

Open Doors Party at the Newark Museum on Friday, October 10, 2014 at 5 – 9 PM.  There were drinks and dancing to the sounds of Djs Janine Salinas and Andy Plants with Steeve Sam as the host.

I brought three designs of my Peace Poster and two of my artwork of Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

1.  Ing’s Peace Poster “Shadow of Peace”

2.  Ing’s Peace Poster “Peace with Nature”

3.  Ing’s Peace Poster “Shadow of Peace and Thai Art”

4.  Ing’s Artwork            Gandhi “Man of Peace and His Words

5.  Ing’s Artwork            Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “I Have A Dream”

I enjoyed seeing people dance with rhythms of the drum that gives rise to every step on the floor.  Thump, thump, thump the beats are fast and energetic.  As I listen for a little while the rhythms are echoing  in my brain.  Since I promote Peace I always associate and vision words that can give music more meaning.  I finally came up with some verses that can help anyone concerned with peace.  These verses would have the words of peace echoing in their ears and their brain.

Peace Peace Peace

 

Peace! Peace! Peace!

On earth now

We are us

 

Us, us, us

 

Together with rhythms

And music

 

 Peace! Peace! Peace!

On earth now

We are us

 

Us, us, us

 

Together with rhythms

And music

 

Humans we are together

Having good times

Laughing, smiling

Happy together

 

Peace! Peace! Peace!

On earth now

We are us

 

Us, us, us

 

Together with rhythms

And music

 

No religion, race or sexuality

Between us

We are us

 

Us, us, us

 

Together with rhythms

And music

 

Peace! Peace! Peace!

On earth now

We are us

Us, us, us

Together with rhythms

And music

 Save Us

 

Save nature

Save the forests

Save the sea

And all creatures

On earth

 

They are all us

Peace, peace, peace

On earth now

 Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts, Friday, October 10, 2014

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