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Wednesday, November 16, 2005


[GMW #819] Learning & Savoring Happiness - Part Of The Art Of Living

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[GMW #819] Learning & Savoring Happiness - Part Of The Art Of Living
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Planet Of Hope

It is usually at dawn, when I write, dream, watch the sunrise and am alone with myself, that I feel the deepest and most tranquil moments of happiness. Happiness in peace and also in action: the two must be practiced, learned and savored as part of the art of living.

Daily Idea Dream Topics: Peace, Idea Dreams 6001-6500, Ending War,
Planet Of Hope, Religion & Spirituality

Robert's Golden Sayings
No nation has an absolute right to its wealth which comes from God and from the inventions and exertions of billions of humans all over the world for eons of time. Each nation must contribute in turn to the progress of humanity and to the wealth of this planet. It must receive an equal share of the returns but it cannot want all.

My Testament to the UN
-A Contribution to the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, 1995, Chapter 7

Those remembered by humanity are people who gave their human brothers and sisters a sense of faith, hope, belief in life, elevation, beauty and pride to be human. Their recompense is normal

Robert Muller To Be Honored For His
Lifetime Dedication to World Peace and Global Education

The New York Open Center
Cordially Invites You To Our
Tuesday, November 29, 2005

6:15 Cocktails
7:15 Dinner, Awards and Dancing
The Boathouse at Central Park
Entrance at 72nd Street and Fifth Avenue
RSVP by November 17th using the enclosed envelope
or by phone 212-219-2527 ext. 102/103
or e-mail

Note: Car and taxi traf¥c are permitted in Central Park until 7:00 pm.
Throughout the evening, there will be a Trolley and an Open Center van at
72nd Street and Fifth Avenue shuttling guests to and from the Boathouse.
Please see enclosed card for more details, including parking information.


Joan Bokaer
Outstanding Contribution to the Analysis and Coverage of
the Religious Far Right

Dr. Fu-Kiau Bunseki, PhD
Foremost Scholar in America of Central African Traditional Philosophy

Dr. Robert Muller
Lifetime Dedication to World Peace and Global Education

21st Anniversary
Gala Awards Celebration

Honorees for 2005
Joan Bokaer is the founder and director of TheocracyWatch. Her
expertise on the fundamentalist, Pentecostal and Evangelical churches led
her to a public mission to inform and raise awareness about the agenda of
the Religious Right in US government. She is an educator, a nuclear disarmament
and environmental activist and the founder of Eco Village at Ithaca
(New York), a model of innovative approaches to ecological and social

Fu-Kiau K. Bunseki, PhD is a highly distinguished scholar of African
culture and a seminal ¥gure in exploring and revitalizing the Bantu-Kongo
tradition. He is also the author of numerous books. Dr. Bunseki has been a
visiting lecturer at many universities including TuftsÕ Department of Anthropology
and YaleÕs Department of Black Studies. He has consulted for Oxfam
America and the Boston Zoological Society.

Dr. Robert Muller devoted a 38-year career to the United Nations,
focused on world peace. During his tenure, Dr. Muller was called the
ÒPhilosopherÓ and ÒProphet of HopeÓ of the U.N. He retired in the position
of Assistant Secretary-General in 1986. Dr. Muller has made extraordinary
contributions to global education through the development of a World
Core Curriculum, for which he earned the UNESCO Peace Education Prize
in 1989. There are 34 Robert Muller Schools around the world. In addition,
he is Chancellor Emeritus of the UN University for Peace in Costa Rica. In
recognition of his achievements, Dr. Muller received the Albert Schweitzer
International Prize for the Humanities, and the Eleanor Roosevelt Man of
Vision Award. He has also been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Most of All, They Taught Me Happiness
by Dr. Robert Muller

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In praise of Most of All, They Taught Me Happiness: "When people ask who made a difference in your life, besides my family and Jerry, I always answer Robert Muller, since 1984 when I first heard him speak with his global perspective and joy. Most of All They Taught Me Happiness will show you how being happy may even be a life saver."
- Dr. Diane Cirincione, Co-Author, Change Your Mind Change Your Life.

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