Picture by Daimyo Jackson

Picture by Daimyo Jackson

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European Pop Singer Daimyo Jackson’s song “Weed Out Hate; Sow the Seeds of Peace”, will be inspiring children all around the world to take global solidarity to a brand new level.

Now is the time to tap into the power of nature to change our hearts and souls. Too much violence, too much mobbing, too much terror. Enough is enough, let’s weed out hate, sow seeds of peace.

Powerful lyrics, even more powerful melodies, as if heaven sent. Song was created to capture the imagination of children all over the world for the possibilities of the future.

The inspiration behind Weed Out Hate came after I visited Dachau for the first time. I was most taken by the bone chilling sounds of the song birds in the surrounding trees. As if these birds were heaven sent telling the visitors that Dachau was much more than a history lesson.  It is all about the choices we make in life. We can settle for our detached egoistic weed-patch state propagating hatred, or we can tap into the power of Nature and rise above it. The physical act of extracting a weed, with  intention of weeding out hate. is a cry to the Creator to cleanse our hearts and garden our spirits, each according to respective religions and cultures, to new heights into the geo-spiritual nexus of peace.

Daimyo Jackson’s “Weed Out Hate: Sow the Seeds of Peace” song, is a global call to action, to change our hearts and our souls; to begin to remove the limitations for global solidarity, spirituality, peace and love.

Image Courtesy of Sarah Bolyard Worley

Image Courtesy of Sarah Bolyard Worley

Kids are taught first to root out weeds and then to replenish the earth with Sunflower Seeds of Peace. Over the past three years, estimated 50,000 weeds have been extracted and 50,000 packs of Sunflower Peace Seeds sown in the earth.

All over the world, seeds of hope are being planted. From the Lincoln Magnet School in Springfield, IL, the home of Abraham Lincoln….

Courtesy Office of Illinois Gov Pat Quinn

Courtesy Office of Illinois Gov Pat Quinn

in the Martin Luther King, Jr. World Peace Rose Garden…

Courtesy Adrian Harden

Courtesy Adrian Harden

or at the FEZ Jugendzentrum in Berlin, during an Earth Day Celebration led by former US Ambassador Philip Murphy.

Image Courtesy of U.S. Embassy Berlin

Image Courtesy of U.S. Embassy Berlin

There are no limits for the power for this dream….

FOX5 Washinton D.C.

FOX5 Washinton D.C.

Just imagine the possibilities if one day Mahmoud Abbas together with John Kerry and Benjamin Netanyahu, were to kneel down for a collective weed out hate pull, to set a new tone for the region and for humanity. The seeds of inspiration are already floating in the air, such as this letter from former President Jimmy Carter.

Jimmy Carter