Care Foundation Malawi

CARE FOUNDATION Malawi Rumphi District Concept on supporting most vulnerable children living in and on the street to prevent further spread of COVID-19 Compiled By: George Mlowoka Executive Director Cell: +265 999 940 159 Email: 1. Introduction Care Foundation (CAFO) is a local Non Profit making Organisation established in October 2018 in response to the […]

We Need to Talk

We Need to Talk By Rege Behe Certain subjects have long been considered risky for polite conversation, including race, politics, money, sex and religion. But Cora Daniels thinks it’s important for people to express their opinions, even if broaching such topics makes people uncomfortable. “It’s not as hard as we think it’s going to be,” […]

Freedom From Fracking

The Costs of Fracking By Rege Behe About eleven years ago, Rusted Root’s Michael Glabicki met with a group of Pittsburghers concerned about plans to introduce fracking within the city’s limits. Since then, he’s become increasingly concerned about the procedure’s effects. “I hear from fans whose drinking water has been devastated in their towns and […]

Blupela in the Himalyas

Blupela and the One World Blue Corporation want to thank our longtime advisor, Tempa Lama, and his cousin for spreading the Blupela message to the Earth’s magnificent rooftop touching the heavens in the Himalaya mountains! The One World Blue Corporation is indebted to Tempa for his decade of service as an advisor to the corporation […]

Nick Vijucic

Nicholas James “Nick” Vujicic is an Australian Christian evangelist and motivational speaker born with phocomelia, a rare disorder characterized by the absence of legs and arms

Music Meditation and Healing

  Take time out of every day to relax and clear your mind. 5 minutes, 10 minutes or 30 and more….. It is great for the body and great for the mind. Healing happens in the space of meditation. Think of a calm beautiful place you have been to in your life and keep that […]


  Malaysian Rainforest 1993 Semester At Sea Journey   Joel Pirchesky – Founder of One World Blue, LLC and (on Right) Friend Buddy Parco (on Left)

Rabbi Ephraim Sprecher

Rabbi Ephraim Sprecher, Dean of Students and Senior Lecturer at Diaspora Yeshiva, is not only a popular speaker and teacher, but also a dynamic thinker and writer. A student of Harav Yaakov Kamenetsky and Harav Gedalia Schorr, Rabbi Sprecher was granted smicha (rabbinical ordination) by Torah Vodaath Yeshiva. Prior to his current position, Rabbi Sprecher […]

Richard Chaim Van Sickle

  My name is Richard Van Sickle. I am 45 and currently I can’t see due to having cancer when I was 7. Having seen I still can relate to people about colors. After receiving 52 radiation treatments and a year and a half of chemotherapy I am now in remission. I had to relearn […]

The Music Never Stopped

I say the Music Never Stopped!! Thank you Jerry for all you gave     Excerpted from “So Many Roads: The Life and Times of the Grateful Dead” Three songs into the show, the house lights still on, the time had come for “Dire Wolf,” but with a perverse twist no one had anticipated. Twenty-five […]

Vocal Renditions by Iris Ziff Pirchesky

Iris Pirchesky, mother and respected counsel of the founder of One World Blue, Joel Pirchesky, has been an advocate and teacher of the special needs for over 25 years working with art therapy and counseling. Iris has a degree in psychology and art therapy and completed an internship at the Western Pennsylvania school for the […]

A Tribute to Sholom Epstein

Sholom Epstein is trying to hasten the Ultimate Redemption, in an attempt to make this World a better place to live in – Now… Praise G-d; Amen. SEE THE NEW LIGHT By Reb Sholom Stan Epstein A little light eliminates a great deal of darkness. The new light that will be prevalent in the world […]

Isaiah Bird

Two seconds. That’s all it took for Miguel Rodriguez, Long Beach Gladiators wrestling coach and a teaching assistant in the Long Beach Schools to know he had to work with Isaiah Bird. “My boss asked me to meet with a new kid to the school, a child without legs,” Rodriguez said. “As soon as I […]

The Tao of Pooh

The Tao of Pooh Pooh bear holding onto a Tao kite Winnie the Pooh has a certain way about him, a way of doing things which has made him the world’s most beloved bear. And Pooh’s Way, as Benjamin Hoff brilliantly demonstrates, seems strangely close to the ancient Chinese principles of Taoism. The ‘Tao of […]

The Way of the Peaceful Warrior

One doesn’t need to become a peaceful warrior. By virtue of living here, on planet Earth, each and every one of us is a peaceful warrior in training — to the degree that we strive to live with a more peaceful heart… but also recognize that there are times we need to live with a […]

Kretchnif Rebbe

Thank you HaRav Rosenbaum for your Blessing years ago and the Chizuk you have given me and our family and our business. We are honored for your tefillos over so many years and your guidance and support. You are truly a very compassionate person who I have always been very uplifted to speak with and […]

Dan Wilcox

Essay below is Authored By Jonathan Aryeh Wayne To see more of Jonathan’s work visit his site at: Dan Wilcox is a simple, well-intentioned farmer and musician who has helped facilitate Native American healing ceremonies and other spiritual gatherings on his wildlife refuge for over 30 years. Dan is an ex-hippie who grew up […]

Native Hawaii – A Dream Excursion

Baila and I have a dream to travel to Hawaii and enjoy the beauty of the land and people. We keep it in our spirits and it motivates us. I thought doing a spotlight on Native Hawaii would be fitting. We just celebrated our 11th wedding anniversary. May it be for many more. Enjoy this […]