Wednesday, December 14, 2011

[GMW #2362] World Commission on the Ideal Earth and Humanity and Perfect Government for Our Evolution

[GMW #2362] World Commission on the Ideal Earth and Humanity and Perfect Government for Our Evolution
Monday 2 January 2012, Editor: Easy
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Idea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 1001 to 1500
~ Idea 1233 ~
25 November 1997

I was glad to receive from Dr. John Hagelin, president of the third United States Party, the Natural Law Party, a book he has just written entitled Manual for a Perfect Government with the subtitle, How to Harness the Laws of Nature to Bring Maximum Success to Governmental Administration. I had sent him my first five hundred Ideas for a Better World but he did not have as yet idea 690 in which I recommend the holding of a UN World Conference or the establishment of a world commission on The Ideal Earth and Humanity in the 21st Century.

It may sound utopian but even if we do not get a clear answer we will learn a lot and move closer to it. Yes, Dr. Hagelin's book is the right book to publish on the eve of a new century and third millennium. We need more views on what a perfect government of this Earth and humanity should be at this crucial time of our evolution.

Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume II Chapter 11 - Of Gratitude
I couldn't understand that just across the river there were people called Germans whom we as French people were supposed to hate. Why were these borders between humans? We looked alike and they had names like Muller and Schneider which were the names of my father and mother. Why could the sun, the clouds, the birds, the winds, the moon cross the border freely and I could not?

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.

Photo by Henrik Johansson. Location: Yellowstone National Park, WY.

People often say that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” and
I say that the most liberating thing about beauty is realizing that
you are the beholder.
This empowers us to find beauty in places
where others have not dared to look,
including inside ourselves.
-- Salma Hayek

Dearest Leland,

What a blessed man you are and how blessed I am to receive your LET US BEGIN AGAIN TOGETHER below.

I am forwarding your words to Good Morning World for our readers for their growth and change in the New Year!

My friends and I are rereading Robert's books The Birth of A Global Civilization and New Gensis.. which you mentioned as the way to create a united and peaceful world.

Love and may 2012 bring lasting peace and a world that works for all as we begin again together.

Barbara Muller
25 December 2011

Rev. Leland Stewart, B.S.E., B.T.
Unity-and-Diversity World Council, Inc. 

We the People hereby declare our interdependence - our connection
to the Source of All Life and to all life forms.  We affirm that diverse
individuals, groups, and networks are necessary for the creative
development of humanity; and that to strengthen UNITY-AND-DIVERSITY
throughout the universe is our individual responsibility and privilege.   

UDC's Declaration of Interdependence, Science and Spirituality, page 28 

This is the most powerful season of the year.  It is evolving in its meaning from that of a celebration for Christians alone, to where it is a sacred time for everyone, for those of every faith who wish to share with other faiths, to those who have no specific faith but who sense the need for all of us to come together and support the emergence of a global civilization that serves the well-being of all!

The Unity-and-Diversity World Council just held a Festival of Faiths last Sunday afternoon, December 18, at the Village Church and Interfaith Center in West Los Angeles.  There were fourteen co-sponsors of this event, and about the same number of faiths participated.  The purpose of the Festival was to celebrate the movement toward peace and justice, as well as the spirituality and uniqueness of each faith.  It also focused on a United Nations that serves the well-being and sacredness of planet earth and all its peoples.

It is time now to look at the deeper meaning of this Season and what it implies for each of us.  Today, traditionally Christmas Day, is becoming the day of new Genesis, of new birth.  Dr. Robert Muller, the late assistant Secretary General of the United Nations, has a book entitled The Birth of a Global Civilization.  Having gone through a great deal of personal struggle with the conflicting forces at work in Europe during the early 20th century, Dr. Muller decided to devote his life to the United Nations in creating a united and peaceful world.  His task has become our task, and it begins with our inward looking and discovering our particular role in helping bring about that kind of world.

The time between December 25th and January 1st needs to be one of inner reflection and decision-making, asking questions as to who we truly are and why we are here on planet earth at this time.  What can we personally do to help create peace and justice on earth as well as a sustainable environment.  How can we leave to our children and the world's children a planet based on a renewed sense of purpose and a global ethic that will sustain us into the unforeseen future?  

New Year's resolutions are an important part of our growth and development.  They are meant to be kept, so that our life truly does change for the better.  Having reflected upon our present life, what changes will we make to see that our future is more alive, fulfilled, and worthy of preservation?  We are in a time of revolution; values are rapidly shifting, and the ways of democracy are being brought forth around the world.  Let us make this revolution a time of personal and planetary transformation.

Unity-and-Diversity World Council, Inc.
P.O. Box 661401, Los Angeles, CA USA 90066-9201

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