Thursday, January 20, 2011

[GMW #2133] United Languages World Organization - Providing Insights Of Perceptions - For All Linguistic Groups

[GMW #2133] United Languages World Organization - Providing Insights Of Perceptions - For All Linguistic Groups
Thursday 20 January 2010, Editor: Easy
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Idea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 1001 to 1500
~ Idea 1351 ~    23 March 1998

Let us create a United Languages Organization like the United Nations, like the United Religions.

In it, all linguistic groups of the world would be represented. 

It would provide us the most incredible insights into the manifold perceptions by humans of all realities and dreams all over the world. 

There are still numerous living languages, particularly the indigenous languages, which give us clues of the original perceptions of nature and Creation around us.

Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,  
Volume II Chapter 4 - Of Positive Living
It is your life.  Take good care and charge of it.

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.

Daily Good
One looks back with appreciation to the brilliant teachers, but with gratitude to those who touched our human feelings. The curriculum is so much necessary raw material, but warmth is the vital element for the growing plant and for the soul of the child. --Carl Jung

Fact of the Day:
Cherri Farrell teaches Consumer and Family Science, a subject that used to be called Home Economics. Talking with Farrell, it's as if a window opens into the hidden worlds that exist in between the requirements of standard curricula, and to how important these hidden realms really are. These insights come out in her stories, "One time I had a child from Afghanistan whose parents were killed. He came to America and lived with his extended family. I found a student for him to talk with, too. I'd bring him to my computer and we would look up holy spots, mosques. He showed me all these beautiful places in his country and we'd just talk. And I had another child who came from Mongolia. We would talk about Mongolia and what it was like. He came from a very prominent Tibetan Buddhist family. In the summer he lived in the old way- in yurts in the middle of the Steppe. He rode horseback and used a bow and arrow just like Genghis Khan! Today, he's in a pre-med program." [ more ]

Be The Change:
If you know an outstanding teacher, let other people know about it. Give a call or send a letter of appreciation to the principal of the school.

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