Thursday, January 24, 2013

Announcing brand new website header with beautiful peace doves:

For a long time most people who logged onto my website could not see the lovely animated header that was supposed to greet them. Even worse, the menu at the top of each page was obscured and anyone who wanted to navigate the site had to scroll down to the bottom of each page to use the menu in the footer.

Instead of two beautiful flying doves, three small black rectangles would appear in the center of the larger blank header field. Then after a minute or two, the entire field would suddenly be filled by a large black rectangle.

After doing some research, my website designer informed me that the software she’d used for the animation had bugs and could no longer work with many popular computer systems, including mine. This week, she redesigned a static banner in which she reproduced the beautiful doves that represent the overarching theme of my work.

Now I am delighted to announce that the new header is up on my website and proudly displayed for all to see. Just go to the home page at:

This beautiful new banner is giving me renewed inspiration to post occasional new articles on this blog while I spend more of my time concentrating on the first draft of my next book, Two Worlds. The novel will dramatize many of the principles discussed in my essay collection, The World I Imagine: A creative manual for ending poverty and building peace.

Meanwhile, I hope these beautiful peace doves will also inspire you to use whatever talents and skills, gifts and blessings, you enjoy to help make this a world without poverty and war, a world in which everyone is able to enjoy at least the basic benefits of prosperity and peace.

1 comment:

  1. Your new header banner is just amazing, and the transition perfectly blends with your website theme. With such tranquility, your website has this kind of charisma that can actually attract a visitor to stay and read more about your blog. However, I noticed one thing about the home page of that site: the footer image categories are not working. Maybe replacing them with social media icons and website copyright notice text will be well-organized.

    Ivette Haggerty