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Monday, May 16, 2005


[GMW #687A] St. Francis and St. Claire Patron Saints of the United Nations

[GMW #687A] St. Francis and St. Claire Patron Saints of the United Nations
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~ Idea 1438 ~ 19 June 1998

I received from an admiring author a great book One Hundred Saints with a beautiful inscription of his wish that I should be declared a saint too. I perused the illustrated book and noted that only seven of the 100 were saints of the military (four of soldiers, the others of hunters, armorers and paratroopers). I suggest that these qualifications be suppressed. Christ would not give saintly support to the militaries who are trained to kill other humans. I also do not understand why the Pope has never accepted my request that St. Francis and St. Claire be made the patron saints of the United Nations. Almost everyone of the 100 saints is the patron saint of a nation. Some European nations have several national saints!

One good news: Robert Schuman, my compatriot from Alsace-Lorraine who fathered the borderless European Union will be declared saint in the year 2000. I am a member of his canonization committee. The Pope asks us to hurry up, because he feels rightly "that the world needs political saints."

I also recommend that the United Religions Organization should grant global sainthood to humans who have devoted their lives to peace and to a better world, irrespective of their religion. I would love to receive it after my death. It would help me up there to network with all religions, Gods and prophets.

Daily Idea Dream Topics: Peace, Idea Dreams 6001-6500, Ending War,
Earth's Ecology, Religion & Spirituality

Robert's Golden Sayings
Peacemakers perform the most advanced cosmic function. They are the ultimate instruments and fulfillment of the divine nature. This is why in all religions they are considered the highest, the most beloved, the saints, the immortals.
In the battle between forces of evil and good on this planet, no one can be neutral.
Planet Earth was meant to be a house of worship, peace and happiness and not a gigantic market place, ‘robbers den’, military camps and nuclear bombs.
Our world political system is like a tree with many branches but no roots or with very feeble roots - the United Nations. This must change: the roots much be strengthened, for the roots support the branches and not the branches the roots.

My Testament to the UN
-A Contribution to the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, 1995, Chapter 6

Among the many epithets given to me during my years at the UN, the following were my preferred ones:

Purushottama, given to me by Sri Chinmoy: "The one who seeks the origin and reason of all things".

Koogun Deyo Spider Boy, given to me by the Hopi Indians: "The one who is to catch all evil in his web and throw it far into the universe".

Hi Robert,
I am a good friend and colleague of both Lionel Ketchian and Julian Kalmar. I also work in happiness, written a book on it (Happy 4 Life: Here's How to Do It), run a Happiness Club in San Francisco, and give happiness lectures and courses.
I eagerly await the reissue of your book on how you discovered you happiness.
Thanks for being who you are and doing such great work for the world.
Bob Nozik, MD

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