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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

July 2020
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Speeches

“God, who is the origin of love, created humankind in order to share and multiply love. We were even created to be partners and co-creators with God. If we grow in wisdom and in love – true love, that is – we will come to treat the natural world with the same loving heart that God has toward this world. We will be life-givers who resemble God and, in this respect, we would become worthy to become the true stewards of nature.”

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“At this very moment, some conflicts based on diversity are at the origin of a possible dismantling of the European project. The challenge of a better knowledge of the history and the culture, the language, the music and the religion of our neighbors is preliminary to understanding their attitudes.”

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“The Pacific Rim countries have experienced major economic change and growth to become components of an economically integrated trade region and continue to gain strength in the global economy. These countries are seen as an engine of global development. Reverend Dr. Moon recognized this trend and soon completed a circuit of the world where he studied all religions. He knew that Jesus was sent to save all people and when Dr. Moon toured the Pacific Rim region, he knew that the future of humankind was rooted in the Pacific Rim.”

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“Technological advances and changes in international cooperation, such as the development of civil engineering technology and of interdependence, have made international highways and undersea tunnel projects a reality. Rev. Moon’s ability to foresee the future is amazing, and it is necessary to reconfirm the importance and significance of his proposed initiative.”

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“Reagan would say in 1992 in a video message for the newspaper’s 10th anniversary: ‘You my friends at The Washington Times have told it to them. It wasn’t always the popular thing to do, but you were a loud and powerful voice. Like me, you arrived in Washington at the beginning of the most momentous decade of the century. Together we rolled up our sleeves and got to work. And oh, yes, we won the Cold War.’”

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“The stakes are high: that is, of building a region integrated on a global scale, linking Africa, the Mediterranean and Europe—brought together under the acronym AME—in which each part finds its centrality and singularity while not forgetting the importance of the collective sense.”

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“Rev. Moon left behind a legacy that those who review it carefully have to be spellbound by because of the unrivaled number of achievements he realized during his nine-plus decades on the earth.”

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“The adversary system and its impact on the rule of law permit an opportunity to protect basic human rights. The adversary system provides an opportunity to resolve disputes.”

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“Today, teranga is, as a matter of fact, a brand name for Senegal and the Senegalese people in Africa. It calls for openness to other people. Senegal is referred to as le pays de la teranga or ‘the country of teranga.’”

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“How can we bring peace in a world suffering from war, violence, crime, corruption, confusion, pain, poverty, extremism, terrorism, intolerance, misunderstanding, misconception, deception, dishonesty? The first step is dialogue! People of wisdom and dignity coming from all over the world to share ideas for world peace!”

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“The formidable nuclear threats from North Korea are shaking the foundation of world peace and security. South Korea is the very concerned party of these threats and likely to be directly hit by a possible attack. That is why we should be the most exemplary nation following the sanction measures to achieve complete implementation of the UN Security Council Resolution.”

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“In order to maintain peace, there is much stronger power than defense and diplomatic power. That is human relationship. We could call this sort of human relations 'peace power.' Let’s push forward this peace power. In order to strengthen peace power, let’s promote an exchange of people at all levels, particularly at the level of young people. Exchange of students is called 'ambassadors from the future.' They will surely bring peace on this earth.”

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