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April 2019
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Speeches

I was born from a long line of traditional Shintoists and became a Shinto priest in 1963. I had an inborn gift for mediation and in 1983, I got a revelation from Takamimusubi, a creator god in Japanese religious tradition. At that time, my God became a golden pillar and entered my body in the course of my midwinter discipline, saying, “I have descended from heaven for the sake of world peace.” Until that time I had been praying only for Japan, so I was curious why I had to do something for world peace. Now I understand that my mission for world peace was predestined thirty years ago.

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Paris, France - Humanity is indeed one family but remains a divided family. International institutions such as the United Nations and UNESCO stand in positions analogous to parents in a family.

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Almost everyone in the world would agree that we are living in a time of global crisis. The attention of most governments, the G-20 nations, and the United Nations is currently focused on the ongoing worldwide financial chaos. On top of that, there is the continuing challenge of conflict and violence flaring up all over the world. Even more fundamentally, we face a growing moral and spiritual crisis at home and abroad, evidenced by the rise of family and social breakdown, and the current war against terror which could potentially escalate into a global religious conflict.

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Wars are fought between States, but States are made up of individuals, individuals who most probably, deep down, did not want anything more than peace, for their families, for their children and for themselves. How come then that individuals, people like you and me, have not been able to prevent wars, neither in the past nor those which are being fought today -  although in different ways and by different means?

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Humanity has always sought to gather around great projects to decrease social tensions or transcend political, ethnic, or religious boundaries. This has been particularly true since second half of the twentieth century.

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In 2000, 189 leaders from the world’s developed and developing countries launched an initiative to improve the lives of the world’s poorest people by eradicating poverty and its accompanying factors: hunger, disease, the lack of medical care, education, and the empowerment of women.

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I convey special greetings to you from the Niger Delta Women’s Movement for Peace and Development, and I thank you for giving me the honor of making a presentation about our work. I wish to express my gratitude to the organizers of this session, which is a medium of networking for women involved in peace-building across the world.

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We must seriously remind ourselves that in God we shall stand to survive, but in the insane acts of violence we shall perish. Let us pick ourselves up in the spirit of purpose-centeredness, deep commitment and build a nation second to none. May God help the GNU and bless us all as Zimbabweans, to reach greater heights and all aim to work for genuine freedom, democracy and prosperity.

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Human rights and fundamental freedoms are the birthright of all human being, and their protection and promotion is the first and essential responsibility of every government and authority.

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As members of parliament, we have to find our role and learn how we can contribute to creating lasting peace, not only in Nepal but also throughout the world. As Ambassadors for Peace, we know that our responsibility is to achieve peace.Let me remind you of the words from a poem by Rabindranath Tagore: “Where the mind is without fear and head is held high, where there is not any kind of barrier for development.”

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The alliance between the US and the Republic of Korea (ROK) remains one of the most underrated alliances in the history of international relations today. When the alliance was first formed in 1953, there was no preceding history of interaction (aside from minor commercial exchanges and missionary activities in the 1800s) and no common values as a frame of reference.

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The hope of all humankind — to live in a unified world without conflicts or wars—is close to its realization, and how quickly it can be fulfilled depends solely on us. The Universal Peace Foundation calls us to the highest standard of governance, and this has been the great dream of all humankind as it pursues lasting peace. We desire to see humankind as one united world family.

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