[GMW #2432] Foster Solutions of Global Problems with Generous Philanthropy & GaiaphilyMonday 9 April 2012, Editor: Easy
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~ Idea 1366 ~Philanthropists and gaiaphilists should give priority to global philanthropy and gaiaphily to foster the solution of global problems, the most recent, unprecedented, urgent and potentially catastrophic, terminal ones. They should help the convening of major world conferences and the creation or strengthening of new, vitally needed global institutions and legislations.
7 April 1998
Thus, the University for Peace in Costa Rica was created with one million dollars donated by Ryoichi Sasakawa from Japan. He has his statue on the grounds of this first University for peace on this planet. Mr. Sasakawa also funded the yearly UNESCO Peace Education Prize. Ted Turner's philanthropy to the UN is also an example.
Please philanthropists and gaiaphilists take inspiration from them. World philanthropy will give you maximum world visibility and enduring fame.
Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume II Chapter 12 - Of Forgiveness
ohn Denver, the famous American singer and humanist, once stopped in Costa Rica and visited me in my modest farmhouse on Mt. Rasur. He was undertaking a world tour to sing for hope to young people. At one point he left the terrace where we were sitting to go inside the house. He took some time to come back and said to me: "Dear Robert, you have rendered me a great service." I expressed surprise and he said: "I read your poem Decide to Forgive affixed on a wall. It has rendered me a great service. I was desperate because my Australian wife left me and returned to her country with our little daughter. I was crushed. Your poem gave me the answer: I forgive her and will continue to love her."
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.
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