Tuesday, December 25, 2007
The Little Yellow Tag That Could...
New free tool lets you participate in creating world peace
What you're looking at might just be the most powerful little yellow tag ever created. It's connected to a massive infrastructure for peace that's endorsed by Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Mahatma Gandhi's grandson (Arun Gandhi), Deepak Chopra, and many others.
The concept is simple.
If you've got an Internet connection, you can move hundreds and even thousands of people towards greater happiness, success, health, and peace, with a few simple actions that you can take right from your computer.
See your positive actions spread around the world
For the first time ever, you can see the effects of your positive actions as the people you affect positively go on to affect others, and then those people affect even more.
If you've ever felt that your vote doesn't count, or that your positive actions don't really make any real difference in the world at large, you'll find this new tool fascinating. Not only can you watch your goodness spread from person to person, on a visual connection tree showing who positively affected whom, you can measure 9 different effects as it happens.
For example, you can measure the amount of money raised to shelter and feed war refugees and peace education, the number of refugees sheltered and fed, the number of people who became participants in the peace process, how many people were referred to the project from all the people in your connection tree, and so on.
This free tool doesn't require any financial participation, just put the tag on your blog, website, social networking page, or as a signature in your emails, and watch how your positive uplifting actions create a better world as the tag taps into the worldwide demand for peace.
The connection tree is part of patent-pending technology developed by 10 Million Clicks For Peace™ called a Personal Peace Impact Meter.
Grab the little yellow tag & get your Personal Peace Impact Meter , or join the world's largest peace project.