| [GMW #768] Irrevocably Ending Wars & Conflicts - Broadening Knowledge Of Earth & Intelligent Cooperation Between Nations |
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Idea Dreams 6001-6500
~ Idea 6069 ~ The broadening of the knowledge of our planetary home and humanity and of our consciousness of the universe will progressively and irrevocably put an end to international conflicts and wars, the same way as internal wars and feuds came to an end with the birth and growth of a national consciousness and life.
This is now happening in Europe where the European consciousness of fifteen countries put an end to wars and conflicts between them and gave birth to cooperative reciprocal respect and the beginning of pride and love. Ten more countries were admitted in the community in May 2004 and twenty-five more countries have applied for membership. The European Union’s more advanced, intelligent cooperation between nations might grow incessantly and soon overtake the United Nations.
Daily Idea Dream Topics: Peace, Idea Dreams 6001-6500, Ending War,
Earth's Ecology, Religion & Spirituality
| Robert's Golden Sayings |
|We need a science of peace |
We need a science of hope
We need a science of happiness
We need a science of optimism
We need a science of love
We need a science of altruism
We need a science of beauty
UNESCO should establish a list of universities in the world where these sciences exist already.
* Decide to live joyfully, exultantly, gratefully, openly, and the miracles will begin to happen.
* Produce love, transmit love, reflect love.
* Be a sunrise person
Be a sunshine person.
* Love yourself
Love your work
Love the people
Love the world
Love the saints
And they will all love you in return.
* Decide to live a hundred years and live healthily to achieve it.
My Testament to the UN
-A Contribution to the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, 1995, Chapter 6
| Few believed in past centuries that slavery could be abolished. |
Yet, it was abolished.
Few believe in this century that armaments can be abolished.
Yet, they will be abolished.
Few believe that militarism can be suppressed.
Yet, it will be suppressed.
Few believe that national sovereignty will disappear.
Yet, it will disappear.
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Dear James Davis,
I'd be interested to know what progress you've made ( in getting the Nobel Peace Laureates to support the ideals of Robert Muller). I'm well acquainted with a researcher about the Nobel Prize, who might like to see it.
Dr. Muller's comprehensive & upbeat messages are a particular, innovative approach to the whole field of Peacemaking, in addition to/over & above his notable lifelong efforts at the UN (& elsewhere). Thus, he might well warrant serious consideration for the Prize.