#2814] Terra Pacifica - Aloha - May We Live
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~ Idea 3209 ~
Dear Earth, 70 per cent of your surface is covered by seas and oceans, foremost among them the Pacific Ocean. How would you feel if we called you Terra Pacifica, the Peaceful Earth? It might be a good reminder to heads of states, militaries and violent people that wars and violence are a blemish to your heavenly beauty. What do you think?
"This is an excellent idea. Why don't you give the good example and use it in your letterheads and writings? I like also the idea you brought back from Hawaii, the peaceful country in the middle of my Pacific, namely to end your letters with the word: Aloha, which means: may we live in peace."
Do you know what the traditional 'yours sincerely' means?
It means yours without wax.
"That means nothing. Where does it come from?"
It comes from the Latin sine cera. At each yearly competition of the sculptures of the Roman Empire inspectors went from statue to statue to check if there were any cracks covered with wax. Only the sculptures reported to the Emperor to be sine cera, without wax were retained in the competition.
Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume II Chapter 11 Of Gratitude
The most beautiful question a person can ask himself or herself is:*
"How can I be of service to Creation and express my gratitude for the tremendous, miraculous gift of my life?"
The human being is such a wonderful, God-given instrument!
We can play on it the most moving and beautiful symphonies
or the saddest and most heartbreaking tragedies.
We must train ourselves to play on it joyfully, gratefully and justly
in order to contribute to the beauty, excellence and happiness of our magnificent planet Earth and make it Paradise Earth.
UN News: UN Chronicle, United Nations News Service, UN Wire Archive
References: Earth Charter, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Rights of: Children,Women, IndigenousPeople
To Be Written: Rights of Nature, Birds, Animals, Fish, etc.
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