Tuesday, October 28, 2014

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PEACE FIRST AWARDS PRIZE TO 5 YOUTH WINNERSWinners Ages 12-22 Receive $25,000 Fellowship to Further Peacemaking Work

Washington D.C. – Peace First, a national nonprofit dedicated to creating the next generation of peacemakers, today announced the five winners of the 2nd annual Peace First Prize at a press conference at the National Press Club. The Peace First Prize is a national award recognizing youth peacemakers, ages 8-22, who are leaders focused on making lasting social change in their communities. The winners will receive a 2-year, $25,000 Fellowship to further their peacemaking work.
“We have been teaching peacemaking in schools for 20 years and know first-hand that young people can make a real difference in their communities. The Peace First Prize is our way of celebrating youth peacemaking in action,” stated Eric D. Dawson, President and co-founder of Peace First. “We are proud to recognize our extraordinary Prize winners and are excited for them to join our growing number of young peacemakers and to invest in them as national peace leaders.”
At a time when violence among youth permeates the news, the Peace First Prize celebrates young people’s achievements and shares their impressive work with the nation. “I commend these extraordinary young people who are doing great work and making a real difference in their schools and communities. They inspire hope in all of us,” U.S. Secretary of Education of Arne Duncan said. “As we can see from Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner, efforts to lead social change can begin at any age. The work of these students has far-reaching effects. Through their service to others, they are not only changing their schools and communities, they are helping to change this nation and the world.”
The five inspiring young people were selected as 2014 Peace First Fellows because through their compassion, courage and ability to collaborate with others, they have been the driving force behind positive changes in their communities. Some winners are evolving their projects into nonprofit organizations, while others are cultivating change through campaigns and grassroots efforts. The five winners are listed here:
  • Amit Dodani, age 16, West Hills, CA: Amit’s organization, My Name My Story, inspires empathy by hosting events in schools to allow students to discuss issues around friendship, unity, family, and passion.
  • Eli Erlik, age 19, Claremont, CA: Eli founded Trans Student Equality Resources, an organization dedicated to improving the educational environment for transgender and gender nonconforming students.
  • Imani Henry, age 12, Wilmington, DE: Imani’s organization 100 Men Reading fills a need for non-traditional literacy programs for young children who are struggling with reading.
  • Matthew Kaplan, age 17, Phoenix, AZ: Matthew started the Be ONE Project, a bullying prevention program for middle school students that hopes to harness the power of peer pressure for good.
  • Amanda Matos, age 22, Bronx, NY: Amanda founded WomanHOOD, an organization that hosts workshops to teach high school girls in the Bronx the skills to become social and political activists in order to increase the representation of women of color in government, higher education, and the workforce.

Peace First, www.peacefirst.org, is a nonprofit (501(c)(3)) public benefit corporation that exists to create the next generation of peacemakers by teaching, modeling and valuing youth peacemaking.
Prize partners include: lead investor, The Pershing Square Foundation; media partners USA Network and CNN; Presenting Nominators: American Association of School Administrators, America’s Promise Alliance, American Federation of Teachers, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys and Girl Clubs of America, The Bully Project, Campus Compact, City Year, Communities in Schools, generationOn, Girl Scouts, Mentor, Teach for America, Young Women’s Christian Association and the 4-H Council; legal partner: Goodwin Procter; general partners Drew A. Katz Foundation, 1440 Foundation, Babson Capital, and NTT Data; and celebrity ambassadors: National Spokesperson America Ferrera, Board member Rashida Jones, Monique Coleman, Rachel Crow, Vera Farmiga, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Kat Graham, Ian Harding, Avan Jogia, Debra Messing, Daniella Monet, Rosie Perez, Amy Poehler, Mark Ruffalo, Andy Samberg, Peter Sarsgaard, Cody Simpson, and Sofia Vergara.

October 27, 2014
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Sunday, October 5, 2014

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Department of Homeland Security Kicks Off National Cyber Security Awareness Month 2014

Release Date: 
October 2, 2014
For Immediate Release
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WASHINGTON - The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced yesterday the beginning of National Cyber Security Awareness Month 2014, an effort to increase the American public’s understanding of basic cybersecurity practices and the role each of us plays in keeping cyberspace safe and secure. Cybersecurity is a critical component of the nation’s economic wellbeing and has become an integral part of our collective national security. Both essential services and critical infrastructure increasingly rely on cyber networks and systems. Improving the security and resilience of these networks is one of DHS’s core missions.
“Today our nation’s cyber networks are as much a part of the American homeland as they are indispensable to modern life in America – the very backbone of our 21st century economy and a major nerve center of our national security,” said Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson. “Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility. Every one of us must practice basic cyber security because an intrusion into one computer can affect an entire network.”
Yesterday, DHS also joined the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) for a formal kick-off of National Cyber Security and Awareness Month in Nashville, Tenn. The Department and its partners will host additional events throughout the month around the country to promote cybersecurity awareness.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month reflects our shared responsibility to secure cyberspace, and looks ahead by engaging all members of the community in an ongoing dialogue about emerging cybersecurity issues. DHS works year-round to increase cybersecurity awareness through its Stop.Think.Connect.™ campaign, which encourages Americans to practice safe online behavior. The campaign offers the following tips to stay safe online:
  • Set strong passwords and don’t share them with anyone.
  • Keep your operating system, browser, and other critical software optimized by installing updates.
  • Maintain an open dialogue with your family, friends, and community about Internet safety.
  • Limit the amount of personal information you post online and use privacy settings to avoid sharing information widely.
  • Be cautious about what you receive or read online—if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.   
For more information about National Cyber Security Awareness Month 2014, visit here.
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Affirmations, October 08, 2011...Sylvia Lydia Morelos....( 10/05/14...5:00 a.m.). Sylvia Lydia Morelos

Affirmations, October 08, 2011...


"I claim my own power."
"I AM not afraid of people."
"Don't be afraid to be alone - it can mean freedom to be."
"I have a strong sense of self, value myself intrinsically, am confident and show up authentically."
"My self worth is not tied to the approval or thoughts of those around me."
"I come from a position of strength and confidence."
"I am completely confident and full ...of courage."
"I am sure of myself, and I am not afraid to stand up for myself."
"This is the moment that I take my power back. I choose to develop the positive habit of knowing that life is here for me."
"I know I am worth healing."
"I am one with the Father, the divine Principle of my being and of all being and all the Father, divine Love posseses belongs to me as His complete expression.."
"I know that I count and I act as if I do."
"GOD gave me security, and nobody can take it from me!"
"Myconfidence is always greater than any kind of fear."
"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."
"No matter how old I am, I can always learn more and I choose to do so with confidence...[and I have]."
"Be your own best friend.."
"I am headed in the right direction.."
"I am strong and confident; I will fight fear and hate with ultimate diligence determination and a balanced mind, knowing that "evil never fights." "it conquers, but it doesn't fight."
"Stay Confident."
"I am willing to release the patter in my consciousness that is creating criticism."
"I lways remember i feel confident."
"My faith lifts me above my fears."
"My faith in God sets me free from all worry, anxiety and doubt."
"My vision is focused, my focus is faithful, my faith is steeped in gratitude."
"Christ is my peace, he loves and cares for me."
"My body has a remarkable capacity for healing."
"I accept blessed, timeless, sacred healing."
"Truthful expression is a healing and strengthening force.."
"I ask that the divine, universal spirit bring total healing into my life.."
"Creativity is the healing balm for the frantic mind."
"My body is continuously working on righting itself, healing itself."

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: Letter from Thomas Jefferson - "I Have Sworn Upon ...

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Letter from Thomas Jefferson - "I Have Sworn Upon the Altar of God eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man." --Thomas Jefferson. Sylvia Lydia Morelos, 10/05/14...2:04 a.m.

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Letter from Thomas Jefferson - "I Have Sworn Upon the Altar of God eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man."

To Dr. Benjamin Rush - Monticello, Sep. 23, 1800

        _To Dr. Benjamin Rush_
        _Monticello, Sep. 23, 1800_

        DEAR SIR, -- I have to acknolege the receipt of your favor of
Aug. 22, and to congratulate you on the healthiness of your city.
Still Baltimore, Norfolk & Providence admonish us that we are not
clear of our new scourge.  When great evils happen, I am in the habit
of looking out for what good may arise from them as consolations to
us, and Providence has in fact so established the order of things, as
that most evils are the means of producing some good.  The yellow
fever will discourage the growth of great cities in our nation, & I
view great cities as pestilential to the morals, the health and the
liberties of man.  True, they nourish some of the elegant arts, but
the useful ones can thrive elsewhere, and less perfection in the
others, with more health, virtue & freedom, would be my choice.

        I agree with you entirely, in condemning the mania of giving
names to objects of any kind after persons still living.  Death alone
can seal the title of any man to this honor, by putting it out of his
power to forfeit it.  There is one other mode of recording merit,
which I have often thought might be introduced, so as to gratify the
living by praising the dead.  In giving, for instance, a commission
of chief justice to Bushrod Washington, it should be in consideration
of his integrity, and science in the laws, and of the services
rendered to our country by his illustrious relation, &c.  A
commission to a descendant of Dr. Franklin, besides being in
consideration of the proper qualifications of the person, should add
that of the great services rendered by his illustrious ancestor, Bn
Fr, by the advancement of science, by inventions useful to man, &c.
I am not sure that we ought to change all our names.  And during the
regal government, sometimes, indeed, they were given through
adulation; but often also as the reward of the merit of the times,
sometimes for services rendered the colony.  Perhaps, too, a name
when given, should be deemed a sacred property.

        I promised you a letter on Christianity, which I have not
forgotten.  On the contrary, it is because I have reflected on it,
that I find much more time necessary for it than I can at present
dispose of.  I have a view of the subject which ought to displease
neither the rational Christian nor Deists, and would reconcile many
to a character they have too hastily rejected.  I do not know that it
would reconcile the _genus irritabile vatum_ who are all in arms
against me.  Their hostility is on too interesting ground to be
softened.  The delusion into which the X. Y. Z. plot shewed it
possible to push the people; the successful experiment made under the
prevalence of that delusion on the clause of the constitution, which,
while it secured the freedom of the press, covered also the freedom
of religion, had given to the clergy a very favorite hope of
obtaining an establishment of a particular form of Christianity thro'
the U. S.; and as every sect believes its own form the true one,
every one perhaps hoped for his own, but especially the Episcopalians
& Congregationalists.  The returning good sense of our country
threatens abortion to their hopes, & they believe that any portion of
power confided to me, will be exerted in opposition to their schemes.
And they believe rightly; for I have sworn upon the altar of god,
eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man.
But this is all they have to fear from me: & enough too in their
opinion, & this is the cause of their printing lying pamphlets
against me, forging conversations for me with Mazzei, Bishop Madison,
&c., which are absolute falsehoods without a circumstance of truth to
rest on; falsehoods, too, of which I acquit Mazzei & Bishop Madison,
for they are men of truth.

        But enough of this: it is more than I have before committed to
paper on the subject of all the lies that has been preached and
printed against me.  I have not seen the work of Sonnoni which you
mention, but I have seen another work on Africa, (Parke's,) which I
fear will throw cold water on the hopes of the friends of freedom.
You will hear an account of an attempt at insurrection in this state.
I am looking with anxiety to see what will be it's effect on our
state.  We are truly to be pitied.  I fear we have little chance to
see you at the Federal city or in Virginia, and as little at
Philadelphia.  It would be a great treat to receive you here.  But
nothing but sickness could effect that; so I do not wish it.  For I
wish you health and happiness, and think of you with affection.

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: Wednesday, September 21, 2011Loving Freedom, Lovin...

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Wednesday, September 21, 2011


Loving Freedom, Loving Life , SYLVIA LYDIA MORELOS

Wednesday, September 21, 2011Loving Freedom, Loving Life
What is freedom? At this point, I don't really know how to answer that. Freedom is a lot of things to many people. I love life, and all that it has to offer. But what if freedom is...curtailed, taken away?

Freedom means a lot of things to a lot of people. To me, it means not having your mind, body, or privacy taken away. To me it means, being able to cry when you need to, because of all the pain that you feel. I believe in freedom. Many people take it for granted, I'm sure. And I, for one, no longer do.

Freedom is having a voice in this society. Freedom is being able to live in this society and live, not just exist or struggle. When there is injustice committed on a human being, when you can't, or are not allowed to live as human being, when you are being abused, debased, dehumanized, in the name of "justice"(?), ...I dunno there's something not quite right with this country.

I am not a violent person. It takes a lot for me to hang onto what I've got, without lashing out in anger because of the pain that I feel and because of the prison that I am in. I've been through a lot, and God only knows that I am alive now, haphazardly standing at times, despite the terror that I have been through and continue experiencing inside and out. Sometimes I am resigned...actually I AM resigned, to this so-called life and I am deeply saddened and pained. I don't think that anyone will ever understand the depth of my pain, or struggle, or when or how it started. Any normal human being would have killed themselves by now. The inhumane torture, the terror and the sick reasoning and "justification" behind it I think only serves to fuel me. I've honestly been humbled by the pain, and God helps me, I think. The rage that I feel is indescribable but normal. And I try not to worry about how it will come out.

I haven't explained my situation, and I can't. I don't know how. But this helps. Writing it out helps. I do not like the "powers that be", as they have too much power to hurt and damage, in the name of their "justice". I'm surrounded by it. I DREAM IT. The nightmares are too much. It's been a long time since I have slept without the nightmares. Intrusive beings. All real. At the rate this is going, it's hard to imagine life as it was. Normal. Straightforward.

I deserve my body, mind, and life back. I haven't had my body and mind to my very self for many years. And it hurts like hell! I hurt NO ONE. And I am not free. Just surviving. Barely. BUt I know what I fight for, I know what I struggle for, I know what this means to *me*. I fight to live and I live to fight and breathe. But in essence, this is not living.

It comes to the point where sometimes people cannot think for themselves. And this is a problem because the "powers that be"...well...they manipulate. And they kill. Whether someone like me kills themselves or end up dying for their freedom, that is murder. No way around it. And that is not something that can be covered up. And that is wrong and reprehensible. It's happening. It's real. There is something wrong with this society. There is something wrong with "the powers that be."

I believe in God, in myself, and in a just society. I believe in the law. But I don't believe in TERRORISM, in any way, shape, or form. I feel and see the undercurrent. This is no way to live. This is NOT being free. This is not justice. And it is not right.

This is not jargon. This is fact. I am writing this as it comes out because of what I am feeling. When this invisible force infiltrates everything around me, about me, down to the very core of my being, when you have no privacy in your home, mind, feelngs, thoughts, body...that is rape. And I've been there. More than you will *ever* know.

The beatings have been brutal. The struggle, barbaric, and the desire to continue fighting for what is right, endless. I have been through a lot. Through hell and back. And it is for a reason that I continue to want to live. Taking away someone's humanity, experimenting on them, raping them, humiliating and debilitating them mentally, emotionally, physically....that is oppression. IT is not supposed to be happening in this country, but it does. And it will be justified, in the name of "justice" or "progress". And that is just wrong. And I think that this is the basis of my struggle.

I cry and it helps sometimes. But I can't rest inside. They infiltrated my mind, my nightmares are endless, and I don't always remember them. And the rage that I feel is unreal. That keeps me going too. I've learned to adapt to the torture, I've become resigned to it. And that is not living, it is not freedom. And it is not justice. I know that I am alive for a reason. It's inherent. It's all that I have. I love life, and I am not giving it up *willingly*. I am not suicidal, and I've been there. I am not homicidal. But if I could wring their necks for what they have done to me, *intrinsically*.

Sometimes I am in shock at what I have overcome. And I fall down and break down, people laughing, pointing,hating. Because of what they have been fed to believe. I don't like mobs, or a mob mentality. And it is instigated by ones who have way too much power. To kill. In their name.

This must be what a war is about. Intrinsically. And this must be what a struggle is about. FOR REAL. I do what I can do defend myself. I know what I've come from and what I've been through. I hurt NO ONE. Just survive. And that is not freedom. That is not justice. And it is certainly not what this country is founded upon.

It's difficult to deal with the...labels. They are difficult to fight. It is difficult to live with the judgments. Because they are not right and they are not FAIR. It's wrong. I am a living, breathing human being, who is fighting for her life. And freedom. It is not fun, nor challenging, nor rewarding. And even those who are so-called professionals, don't know what the HELL they are doing. They get fed too, and they don't think for themselves. They don't VALIDATE when you're telling the truth. And that will kill someone. And that is unfortunate. Another life lost. Because they said so. They claim to help, when they really feel like punching someone. So much for professionals.

I think I'm an idealist. In some respects. I believe that it is not just my struggle. But anger is what drives me. My humanity drives me. The torture drives me. IT is dangerous to let those powers that be invalidate a human being. I am in a lot of pain, and this is where I speak from. It is not right to treat anyone this way. God only knows, what I have been through. The spectacles....the rapes, the lies, the being called a liar when you're not. Dear God, when you shut down a voice that has been through hell...calling it make believe, their pain...I think a great deal about their pain. And the lack of validating when it's REAL, not imagined. Shutting them down causes so much damage. And death.

It's why people kill themselves, assholes. And it is wrong! That is murder.

I'm questioning a lot these days, and I could write forever right now. But I know that I won't. They may not always "let" me. But I am fond of life and God. It is because I appreciate it so much now. It's humbling. But it is painful. I don't deserve this.

I don't know, I guess that I believe in hope. Inherently. People may laugh, I don't care. I'm used to that. They don't matter to me. I do. And those I think I struggle for, inherently. Because knowing that someone can be put down, put through this, knowing that it happens, angers and shocks me. It hurts.

The mob hurts. Society isn't civil any more. Was it ever?

I have so much to say, and don't know how to say it. The pain is there. And it is all real.

I am not free. Haven't been for too many years. And it is not right. And I know that I am not the only one. THey don't just do this once. And that is scary and dangerous. Very dangerous. INHERENTLY.

Sometimes I am at my wit's end. But I don't believe that God does this to me. I feel that I've been given more than I can handle, but I try my best to survive and go through it. It is something new EVERY day. And it is not something that I look forward to. I do not think that I am invincible by any means, but I do realize the depth of the human spirit because of what I have survived. I do count my blessings when I see them, day to day. And that gives me hope. I don't believe in the powers that be. They are not human. I believe in the silent minority. Because they are forced to succumb to them.

This is not right, and this is not of God. NO ONE, deserves to go through this. I know that I could have died by now. (SHOCK) This is prison.

I keep telling myself that I will get my body and mind back one day. I will, so help me God I will. IT's been too long since I have had it to myself. It can be debilitating, as a woman, as an individual, and as a human being. If I let it. I'm fighting for a reason, and I know that there is something out there that can see all of this, from many years back, and see where I am coming from. There has to be. IT can't be all *them*. I don't believe that. Never will. I have hope. Inherent. And I believe in God. I used to be angry at him because of this. From many years back. But I realized that my anger was misplaced and I wouldn't be here without him today. I can't be. The strength is surreal. Breaking down and crying, which I sometimes fight against, is human. I am not a robot. This is not a "challenge". This is my life.

I have a lot to say....and I wish someone could hear me. Because it's been too long and too painful. ANd I need to speak out. The "learned" ones aren't much help. They're so full of themselves it's not even funny.

I can imagine what tomorrow will bring. And I will still fight. No matter how haphazardly. I have my own mind. I am trying to take care of it. I feel for my body. It's been through hell. And I am ENRAGED AT WHAT THEY HAVE DONE TO IT.

I have so much to say....so much to prove? (sad). I feel a deep sadness... very deep. Inherent. I've lost a LOT.

And I want to gain it back. What I can.

There is no shame in crying or breaking down. That I realize. I'm human. ANd it does not make me weak. There is strength in weakness. So-called weakness.

I need to stop now. Because I feel like I could write a book right now. I am validating a voice. My own. IT counts. It matters. So help me God.

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Thursday, July 17, 2014


I"M BACK!!, SYLVIA LYDIA MORELOS: "To Etch A Sketch... A "BITCH" FOR REAL....", *SYL...: (Name of hero) was the (descriptive word) --like biggest, meanest, smartest) man/woman in (place - such as state or county or area of the co...

July 17, 2014


(Name of hero) was the (descriptive word) --like biggest, meanest, smartest) man/woman in (place - such as state or county or area of the country). Every man, woman, and child for miles could tell you about (name of hero and some details about him). One day, (name of hero) went to (name of place) to (what he was doing there -- like fishing working, visiting his Great Aunt Tootie) and he found that (some huge or outlandish problem that needs solving -- like the sun just won't go down). Thinking quickly, (how hero solves the problem - like pulling the sun down with a lasso). (name of place) is saved, and the legend of (name of hero) grew a new layer that day. By John Lithgow, lithgow paloozas! Boredom Blasters, Travel Edition ($1.19 at the *dollar* store:) )

*My* Version:

Your m/ajesty was the giant "m/an" in T/exas. Every man, woman and child for miles could tell you about Your m/ajesty and his "antics". One day, Your m/ajesty went to Bank of America to invest in himself (*snicker, *snicker) and h/e found that he couldn't support himself (understatement). Thinking quickly, h/e lit up the bank. "A/merika" is "saved", per Your m/ajesty (Chris Guillebeau) and the legend of Your m/ajesty grew a new layer that day.

Lloyd Lawrence - [......Change!]. Per Chris Guillebeau and the Gang, Obama is big G.
Guillebeau Guillebeau :
YO G!!!!!  -------------->
This is from an AMERICAN. A *REAL ONE*....
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Wednesday, July 16, 2014



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