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How to cure the prisoners

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unicorn
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Post by unicorn » March 31, 2008, 6:44 am

One day my soon 6 year old girl came home after spending time with her friend who is the same age.

She told that they had planned to restore an old ruin (castle) by building new bricks with rainbow colours. There would be one room for prisoners. In that room there whould be only one sofa, one bed and one television. The television would have only one channel and that channel would show only programms about Love

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Post by ladybird » March 31, 2008, 9:49 pm

Dear (((carola))),
A very warm welcome to the peak!!....and I loooovvvveeeeee this inspirational story luv ....kids can dream without confinement of stereotypes and have a refreshingly innocent way of looking at life...I wish we could all retain that childlike wonder and make the world a happier place one coloured brick at a time!! :D

P.S I can't remember the finer details but I recall seeing a while ago on TV where they were trialing out at one prison in the USA having prisoners wear pastel pink overalls and the cells were also painted pastel pink in an effort to reduce violence coz of the research on the effects of colour therapy so your daughter and her friend are definately onto something there...I found this on the net about Pink in colour therapy....

Pink is an emotionally soothing and calming, and gives a feeling of gentle warmth and nurturing. It lessons feelings of irritation and aggression. Surrounding us with a sense of love and protection. It also alleviates loneliness, despondency, oversensitivity and vulnerablility. While red relates to sexuality, pink is associated with unselfish love.

love ladybird luv

...If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost: that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them...
~ Henry David Thoreau
Sunshine surrounds the earth as love surrounds our souls. ~Amethyst Snow-Rivers

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Post by unicorn » April 1, 2008, 9:40 am

Thank you ladybird, we love you too :)

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Post by Loki000 » December 25, 2014, 11:26 pm

She told that they had planned to restore an old ruin (castle) by building new bricks with rainbow colours. There would be one room for prisoners. In that room there whould be only one sofa, one bed and one television. The television would have only one channel and that channel would show only programms about Love

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