| [GMW #1145] Plan For And Live In Harmony With Nature - Central America A World Park Of Model Ecology |
Thursday 8 February 2007, Editor: Easy
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Idea Dream - Paradise Earth - Celebrating Robert's 84th Birthday 10 March
| #2) Visitors to Costa Rica are enchanted by natural beauty where 30% of the land is protected against depredation. A Marshall Plan could preserve this demilitarized country as a paradise. Costa Rica would become a model country where people could live in harmony with nature. Such a plan would slow migration from beautiful rural areas to overcrowded cities. Industrialized countries can help Costa Rica become a model of natural development where the errors made in most developing and developed countries can be avoided. Central America could become a world park and be preserved as a model of ecology. |
Starting 7 March Good Morning World is featuring one paragraph each day from Robert's 23 paragraph 2 page monograph Paradise Earth edited by Douglas Gillies, Robert's biographer. Paradise Earth is compiled from Robert's first 6,000 Ideas and Dreams for a Better World.
The 23 pararaphs will lead to Douglas's teleseminar with Robert on Saturday March 10 at 9:00 am Pacific Time. Douglas will ask Robert questions from you and the listeners about his vision for Paradise Earth. This will hopefully be followed by a series of teleseminars on Paradise Earth with Robert and one special guest each time.
To submit a question for Robert and to sign up for this free teleseminar click here: http://www.robertmullerpeacemaker.com .
Send your ideas for Paradise Earth and birthday wishes for Robert's birthday by replying to this email or Contact Good Morning World.
| Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living |
To dialogue with God is to dialogue with our own deepest dreams of perfection. It is the surest, if not the only way to fulfillment. *
My Testament to the UN
-A Contribution to the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, 1995, Chapter 10
Six Years Later *
Rio de Janeiro, 29 May 1992
I was invited to the second UN Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro to see how the baby Environment had grown since the UN gave it birth more than two decades ago, and also to deliver new phrophecies.
When I met there the spiritual leader of the 20 million Jains in India, Sushil Kumar, I asked him:
"Does there exist a world movement for non-violence?" He answered, no.
"Why don't you create one?"
He looked at me astonished and said:
"This is the great idea I have been waiting for. I shall do it.
Would you accept to be its co-founder? Thus East and West will meet."
I accepted, wherupon he told me this:
"Yesterday I visited the huge 100 foot high Christ erected on a hill overlooking Rio. As I stood before him, I closed my eyes, lifted my arms and asked him: 'Dear God, tell me what else I can do?' And I heard this answer: Tomorrow someone will come who will tell you. And here you are telling me.'