100,000 Aspirations Project, Collecting Positive Intentions. ~ Anna Baldwin

Via on Nov 23, 2011

100kAspirations

100,000 Aspirations is collecting aspirations from people in all communities to be be put in a monument to peace being built in Vermont.

Go to 100000aspirations.org to share your aspiration so it can be included in the stupa with a hundred thousand other individuals who also have dreams. You can also tweet your aspiration: @100kAspirations.

As you ponder your aspiration and read those of others, you might just discover something new about yourself and the world.

 

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3 Responses to “100,000 Aspirations Project, Collecting Positive Intentions. ~ Anna Baldwin”

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