Saturday, September 4, 2010

[GMW #2033] 21st Century - The Century Of Nature, The Century Of The Earth

[GMW #2033] 21st Century - The Century Of Nature, The Century Of The Earth
Thursday 2 September 2010, Editor: Easy
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Idea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 1 to 500
~ Idea 1034 ~    10 May 1997

From now on for the next several decades everything has to be rethought in terms of the Earth and of its natural laws. 

The 21st century will be the Century of Nature, the Century of the Earth. 

I am glad that a conference of Indigenous People will convene in October 1998 in Virginia Beach to deal with the subject: How to Save the Earth.

Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,  
Volume II Chapter 15 - Of Beauty and Art
Life is to do something so beautiful that you can be proud of it. 
The same applies to humanity. 

Perhaps life itself is the most beautiful work of art. 
We should always be aware of it. 

What a wonderful day it will be when we can look at humanity as a wonderful work of art, including the Earth. 

Please, let us all contribute to it. 
Let us be humanity's global world artists and makers of Paradise Earth.

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.

Live one day at a time emphasizing ethics rather than rules. --Wayne Dyer

Good News of the Day:
Santosh Thorat, a young father of five, was grateful to have picked up an extra day's work. That morning, he left his home, which he shared with 17 others in an East Mumbai slum, to help a bulldozing crew ward off protesters as they demolished a nearby slum. "That day when I went to work, I thought, 'I don't want to do this,'" Thorat recalls. Three days later, Thorat's bosses demolished his home. Lucky for Mumbai's slums, Thorat was not one to just sit there and obey the status quo. "If all they want is to make Mumbai slum free and tidy... then instead of spending money on demolishing they should have given them money for restoration," Thorat proposed. Today, that's just what the government of India is doing. And Thorat has become a leader in the movement, rebuilding and revitalizing his own 3,000-household slum. [ more ]

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