| [GMW #1132] A Worldwide Cease-fire |
Monday 22 January 2007, Editor: Easy
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Robert Muller's - World Peace Plan 2010 - 25 Ways of Peace. Edited by his biographer Douglas Gillies, www.eastbeach.org.
Updated by Robert 1 Jan 2007.
#13 The UN General Assembly should take six major steps:
ii. The General Assembly should request that all existing UN plans 2010 (Food 2010, Health 2010, and the Economic Development Decades) be put together into a World Action Plan 2010. The Assembly should call for the rapid solution of all remaining conflicts to enable humanity to proceed with a clean slate. A worldwide cease-fire should be proclaimed under UN control.
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We are entering a strange, wonderful age when only dreams will come true. Perhaps, humans will finally become angels and saints! *
My Testament to the UN
-A Contribution to the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, 1995, Chapter 10
If the United Nations is not rapidly strengthened and given substantially increased powers and secure financial resources, I would urge the world to consider the European Community with its agreed limitations of national sovereignty and huge independent resources as a foundation of the future world community and planetary order. *
Non-European countries would be admitted progressively until the Community would encompass the entire world. This policy should be announced at the latest by the year 2000 and the adjective "European" should be dropped from its name to become simply the Community. Jean Monnet announced this course at the end of his Memoirs:
"Have I said clearly enough that the Community we created is not an end in itself? It is a process of change, continuing in that same process which in an earlier period produced our national forms of life. The sovereign nations of the past cannot ensure their own progress or control their own future. And the Community itself is only a stage on the way of the organized world of tomorrow."
Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow. --Melody Beattie Good News of the Day:
In an experimental comparison, people who kept gratitude journals on a weekly basis exercised more regularly, reported fewer physical symptoms, and were more optimistic about the upcoming week compared to those who recorded hassles or neutral life events. Psychologists Robert Emmons at the University of California at Davis, and Michael McCullough, at the University of Miami, foremost researchers on gratitude, also found that participants who kept gratitude lists were more likely to have made progress toward important personal goals (academic, interpersonal and health-based). And there’s more: young adults who practiced a daily gratitude intervention (self-guided exercises) had higher levels of alertness, enthusiasm, determination, attentiveness and energy compared to the group that focused on hassles or thinking of how they were better off than others. Further research and reflections on gratitude follow. [ more ]
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