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April 21, 2014

Global love day around the globe

Inspiring Unconditional Love

We enjoy being inspired by our many global friends here at TLF. Over the years you continue to share your insights, courage, wisdom, and compassion through poems, stories, music, art, collaborations and on many occasions just by reaching out and touching us with your love. We share some examples on our site below as part of our global awareness of love.

 There is So Much Love Here
by Tameko Barnette ©2010 Roanoke, Virginia

There is so much love here. Love is within every fiber of my being.
I send it out to others regardless of how they have treated me or
regardless of whether or not I know them. I believe in love and its
power to heal, to comfort, and to experience joy.

There is so much love here. I celebrate the pain, the suffering, the
process, the transformation, the healing, the truth, and the light.
My heart opens like a lotus blossom after it has risen from the muddy
waters where its seed was planted and nurtured into a wondrous
miracle...a testament to the power of love.

No matter what the circumstances as long as there is love as its
foundation, its walls, and its roof...the house is secure, safe,
and everlasting.


Global Love Day - May 1

The Vision

 We are one humanity on this planet.
All life is interconnected and interdependent.
All share in the Universal bond of love.
Love begins with self acceptance and forgiveness.
With respect and compassion we embrace diversity.
Together we make a difference through love.
Join people around the world in celebrating and expanding LOVE


We Celebrate our Humanity


As we continue to connect with people and organizations around the world, we are amazed at how much is being done in efforts to positively assist humanity. There are so many wonderful people and associations that are actively working on behalf of a community, nation and even in global proportions.

As we often remind ourselves, what is presented by mainstream information sources is often a narrow and negative perspective of what is happening upon this planet right now. To the contrary, we see and know that good and right is occurring everywhere. Look for love and you will see it all around you.

This simple reminder changes the very nature of our experience. We are what we place our attention upon. When we allow love to be our focus of life, we expand this in our everyday activities. It is as simple as changing each perspective and allowing the negative and limiting views to be released and replaced by a higher, more loving understanding.

We appreciate and are grateful for the courage each of you express. In a world that has historically revered the negative and fear-based aspects, it takes strength to be and share love. It is time for love to become our common vision.

Please join us. Be a part of this global day by choosing love, compassion, peace, and unity. Share this information with your friends, relatives and coworkers. Love locally and spread it globally.

Every Nation has a Heart

We are delighted to announce the launch of a heart-based social participation movement that acknowledges and encourages the goodness that surrounds us each and every day. Entitled All Nations Love, this new project is our collective opportunity to collaborate locally and inspire and highlight the kindness, caring, dignity, honesty and integrity that is the natural and greater part of our daily experience. Simply stated, “Every nation has a heart; it is time to let yours shine.” TLF is also initiating America Loves as a model for other nations.
All Nations Love is designed as a heart-based social participation movement that brings people together within their culture, community, and nation while inspiring collaboration with other nations and people from around the world. It is our way of uniting heart to heart, nation to nation.


Love's Dare
By Raven Wolfe ©2008 Canada

From my heart, sings my soul’s song.
I must speak it’s message for I have not long.
To impart my words of loving care.
To all those who wish to take love’s dare.
Kindness to others and compassion to all,
Is the Divine’s most humble and loving call.
Giving to others from the depths of our hearts,
Shows what our divine nature’s can impart.

Smiling at all the world, harms not a one.
It teaches other how to have some fun.
Bringing laughter to the world is a noble cause.
Showing the world its nature in humorous collage.

True understanding and patience are the greatest keys.
Through them you can melt away a persons dis-ease.
By sowing the seeds of love, kindness and harmony,
You can bring forth peace on the wings of destiny.


  Love Ambassador James Rudyanto 

Global Love Ambassadors


April 17, 2014

Empowering Bali Community Based Tourism



Empowering Communities In Bali and all over Indonesia

Bali Community Based Tourism Association (Bali CoBTA) is a non-profit and non-governmental organization that promotes sustainable tourism. By facilitating the development of community based tourism villages, tourists are given a unique opportunity to experience local culture and community life, while communities are empowered to earn an additional income by preserving and showcasing their culture and heritage.
This network will then allow the exchange of experiences and information, as well as provide options for tourists

 At the Bali CoBTA we strive to build stronger communities through sustainable tourism
 

 This inauguration is officially signified by the signing of inscription by Tabanan Regent, accompanied by the Head of Department of Culture and Tourism of Tabanan – Mr. Wayan Adnyana and the Chairman of Bali CoBTA – Mr. Djinaldi Gosana.

The Creative Economic and Tourism Ministry plans to develop 561 tourism villages in several provinces in Indonesia during 2014.

According to the People Empowerment Director in the Ministry, Oneng Setya Harini, the first phase of creating the village will be conducted in 19 provinces.

"We will improve the tourism services offered by the area's residents and carry out several training sessions," Oneng said here on Saturday.

 Bali’s local government will set aside an annual budget of Rp 7.5 billion for the development of tourism villages on the island.


“We are targeting to set up 100 tourism villages, with development taking place from 2015 until 2018. We’ve proposed Rp 300 million for each village and there are approximately 25 villages being funded every year. The fund derives from the Bali regional budget,” head of Bali Provincial Department of Tourism, Ida Bagus Kade Subhiksu, was quoted by Antara as saying.

To realize the plan, Subhiksu has coordinated with local regencies for their support as well as their assistance in selecting the villages.

The plan is a follow up on the Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry program to develop over 500 tourism villages across Indonesia in 2014. The project is aimed at helping tourists discover various cultures that Indonesia has to offer.


PINGE TOURISM VILLAGE LAUNCHING CEREMONY



After being proclaimed in 2004, Pinge Tourism Village that is located in Banjar Dinas Pinge, Baru Village, Marga, on Wednesday Jan 30th, 2013 was finally officially launched and inaugurated by Tabanan Regent-Mrs. Ni Putu Eka Wiryastuti. Through this official launching of Pinge as community based tourism village, the community hopefully is able to preserve its environment and local culture of Bali.

 Pinge Tourism village is located at “Desa Baru” Marga district at Tabanan regency around 40 kilometers north of Denpasar. The village offers some interesting tourist destinations such as the archeological heritage site “Pura Natar Jemeng”, it is a temple which originates from the 14th century and is one of the Dang Khayangan temples in Bali said to be used as a meditation place by Ida Dang Acaria.
Sightseeing at Pinge Tourism Village will be a valuable journey as this village offers a beautiful green environment. Trekking at Pacung area will offers you an interesting and memorable view over mount Batu Karu. Another interesting site to visit is the Pinge Waterfall located in the southern tip of Pinge traditional village which can be reached by walking some 300 meters from the road alongside a small river.
Besides these archaeological and natural sites, the village could perform the traditional music “Rindik”, it is a bamboo-made traditional instrument and folk dance “Bumbung Gebyog and Leko” which are a classical traditional Balinese dance scarcely found in other parts of Bali.
The hospitality of the people and the interesting traditions supported by the clean and green environment creates a fresh and unforgettable atmosphere. A visit to Pinge tourism village will definitely be a valuable addition to your travels through Bali.

Pinge Tourism Village that is managed by Pinge Tourism Village Board offered trekking activities, traversing Pacung and Blaluan rice field, homestay rooms, Bumbung Gebyog and Leko traditional Balinese dance. Head of custom (Bendesa Adat) Pinge who is also the chairman of Pinge Tourism Village Board said that sustainability of community based tourism village could be well-maintained by local culture which is based on Tri Hita Karana. He added that Pinge Tourism Village missions are to increase community awareness about the value of their culture, to preserve eco-tourism and community empowerment.

This village provides 27 home-stay rooms to accommodate tourists. The number of tourists visiting the village in 2010 was 1,041 people and rose up to 1,408 people in 2011 and 146 people of them stayed overnight. In 2012, it was recorded that 749 tourists came to explore the village and out of those visitors, 187 guests checked in and stayed overnight.

The chairman of Bali Community Based Tourism Association (Bali CoBTA) who concurrently also serves as the Executive Director of Indonesia Tourism Promotion Board-Mr. Djinaldi Gosana said that Pinge Tourism Village is expected to bring forth benefits for local community without destructing the environment.

The Head of Tourism Authority of Bali Province in his remarks which were read by Head of Assessment and Development-Mr. Ketut Astra stated that Bali’s economic growth is based on 3 sectors, which include agriculture, tourism, and micro and medium enterprises and tourism is the main sector.

Sources : Antara  and COBTA