[GMW #2099] Global Day Of Visions And Dreams In The Memory Of Gandhi And Martin Luther KingFriday 3 December 2010, Editor: Easy
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Idea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 1 to 500
~ Idea 1299 Part 2 ~ 30 January 1998
Two years ago, John Denver visited me at the University for Peace, on his way to sing for hope to young people around the world. In my little wooden farmlet he went to the bathroom and I was waiting for him outside.
After a while he came out, with tears in his eyes and said to me: "Robert, you have rendered me a great service."
I looked at him astonished, and he answered: "I read your text hanging on a wall, 'Decide to Forgive' and it gave me the answer to a nightmare I am going through: my Australian wife has abandoned me, taking with her our daughter. I was desperate and did not know what to do. You gave me the answer: I forgive her."
Also, after a speech somewhere in the world, a lady approached me and said: "Mr. Muller, I was in Hawaii where I found your poem 'Decide to Forgive'. It changed my life because I decided to forgive the people who killed my husband. Ever since I have tried to do good work for the world and I found peace and happiness."
I expressed the hope that the Season of Non-violence will be repeated every year. I made the announcement that the Peace Monument of the University will henceforth be a monument to all known and unknown peacemakers in the world and a memorial to all peacemakers and peacekeeping personnel of the United Nations who lost their lives in the service of peace.
I also proposed that the United Nations should proclaim 30 January as an International Day of Visions and Dreams in memory of Gandhi and Martin Luther King who had both fundamental visions and dreams for the world.
Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume II Chapter 4 - Of Positive Living
A positive human is one who has eliminated from his body the notion of sickness.
A positive human is one who has uprooted from his heart the notion of unhappiness.
A positive human is one who has suppressed from his mind the notion of age.
A positive human is one who has eradicated from his soul the notion of death.
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.
I am so honored to send this to you..love, Barbara Muller
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