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Re: WORLD PEACE - Is It Possible ?

From: domainremoved <Robert>
Date: Thu, 1 Feb 2018 11:29:01 -0800

Thanks for sharing!

On Feb 1, 2018 10:45 AM, "Jim Lewis" <jimlewis_at_(domainremoved)

> Honorable Mayor Ohtaki and Council Members:
>
> You may ask, why write about World Peace when it may, or may not, be
> possible.
>
> I write, because it will never been possible, unless good people stand up
> and do something about it. Frankly, if the world population said "enough
> is enough" to its leaders, prospects for peace would increase.
>
> Locally, you may say "it isn't our problem". Wrong ! It's everyone's
> problem as the slaughter of human life globally directly or indirectly
> affects us all. Afterall, the expression says "Think Globally, Act Locally".
>
> If you don't take a stand locally, then you may wish to consider
> discussing at a future Menlo Park City Council meeting, whether you wish to
> actively SUPPORT those that do. Frankly, it's lonely out there standing up
> to evil. Taking it for granted "as a given" may only perpetuate it. Those
> whose lives make a difference in protecting ours deserves to know that we
> are grateful and appreciative for what they do.
>
> If you agree, here are a few organizations in which you may wish to
> provide "49c of diplomacy" by sending a letter of support, or better yet,
> joining in their efforts, as follows;
>
> *1) MAYORS FOR PEACE*
>
> Over 2,600 mayors worldwide have chosen to join this international
> organization. If you are not already a member, this group may be one in
> which you wish to support. Their website is: www.mayorsforpeace.org.
> Established in 1982, this international organization is dedicated for the
> promotion of peace. It was nominated for the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize.
>
> *2) PEACE ONE DAY *
>
> Started in 1999, this non-profit organization established September
> 21st each year as a day of non-violence, international unity and
> cooperation. In 2001, the United Nations General Assembly unanimously
> passed a resolution supporting this effort. The United States Senate also
> passed a similar Resolution. www.peaceonday.org
>
> If this is important to you, then I encourage you to take the time to take
> a stand. Your life and mine may depend upon it.
>
> Respectfully,
>
> Jim Lewis
>
>
>
>
Received on Thu Feb 01 2018 - 11:32:09 PST

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