eBalak, a children’s CD magazine has launched a website to mark World Goodness Day on November 26. The magazine says that with the recent unprecedented increase in terrorism, murders, robberies and other terrifying and depressing events around the world, there is great concern for the safety of today's children, tomorrow.

eBalak decided to promote the cause of a peaceful world using the occasion of 'World Goodness Day,' to be observed on November 26. It has the simple, symbolic message 'Be Good. Do Something Good. Do Not Do Anything Bad,' on this chosen day. Details on the event are available at the website, at www.worldgoodnessday.net.

The magazine has invited visitors to voice their thoughts on the site and share ideas and suggestions for World Goodness Day. “Though we started this for children, we are now spreading the message to grown-ups also,” says Ms. Sunithi S. Ramesh, Editor-in-Chief of eBalak.” Adults need to be good and not do anything bad, even more than children, she says.