Tuesday, March 2, 2010

[GMW #1907] Proper Earth Government And Administration For The Well-Being And Justice Of All Humans And Earth

[GMW #1907] Proper Earth Government And Administration For The Well-Being And Justice Of All Humans And Earth
Tuesday 2 March 2010, Editor: Easy
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Idea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 1 to 500
Introduction For Ideas 301 to 400

1.  Convening by the UN of a world conference on proper Earth government and administration

Since despite the end of the cold war, international and internal conflicts have increased from 38 in 1991 to 47 in 1995, and the number of sovereign nations members of the UN has increased from 160 to 185; since the duplication of government expenditures, national institutions and bureaucracies between 185 nation-states has reached staggering proportions, and military and armaments expenditures have barely diminished since the end of the cold war;
we must declare the absolute necessity to consider and adopt new ways for proper world government and administration for the sake of the survival of the planet and the peace, well-being and justice of all humans.
The Independent World Commission on Global Governance headed by the Prime Minister of Sweden, Mr. Ingvar Carlsson, has opened the door to the consideration of new ways of properly managing and administering our planet and human society.  It should lead to the holding by the United Nations of a world conference on the proper government and administration of the Earth, to permit
the adoption of a new system as we enter the 21st century, a system infinitely better than the United Nations.
The pathbreaking Law of the Seas, adopted by nations for the proper administration of the seas and oceans, a commons representing 71% of the planet's surface, could provide an example for
the adoption of a Law of the Earth.  We owe it to the Earth and to humanity.

Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,  
Volume III Chapter I - The Span Of Life
We must see our destination and always remember our origin, because we are part of evolution, evolving beings.

UN News Sources - UN Chronicle, United Nations News Service , UN Wire News Archive
References: Earth Charter, Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Rights of: Children, Women, Indigenous People
To Be Written: Rights of Nature, Birds, Animals, Fish, etc.

"Friendship is the only cure for hatred, the only guarantee of peace."
- Buddha, HeartMath.com

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Happy 87th Birthday
Robert Muller ...

You are invited to send your favorite ideas and dreams for a better world to Robert for his birthday celebration Thursday, March 11, 2010.

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Here are some of the happy birthday notes:

An Inspiring Life
How wonderful it is that another birthday is coming up and we can continue to relish in the miracle of your life, and share your visions and extraordinary work.

Work continues here in Seattle on trying to raise consciousness and adherence to the Millennium Development Goals and International Humanitarian Law.

We welcomed the visit of the first Secretary General to Seattle as the University of Washington bestowed an honorary degree to Ban Ki Moon. It would be wonderful to be able to see you and Barbara again.

Our very warmest wishes for another year of an inspiring life.

Jim and Joanne 

Happy Birthday
and my "Poem Home"
My birthday gift to you and Barbara is the link to my new "Poem Home" 
blog where you can see the influence you and your writings have had on me ever since we met at a World Peace Center conference in 1988. 

It also contains a link to Douglas' Qwest for Hope and Dana's site. Enjoy! 

Margery Layton 
Here's one of Poem Home's poems:
Light Wraps
Wrapped in packages of light
we glow into the night
nodding to fireflies in our passing.

Then softly and surely
greeting the dawn
with fresh resolve
and songs of peace.

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