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Speeches

Dr. Hyun Jin Moon, Chairman, Global Peace Festival Keynote Address, Global Peace Festival US Capitol Grounds, Washington, DC, August 9, 2008

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We are living in a moment when there is a big devaluation of the family, or at least an intention to devalue the family. It is a time of uneasiness and excessive violence in many parts of Brazil. I think that peace and the status of the family are very important points for these days because not only Brazil but the world is facing a crisis in the area of family. A message that can bring trust and express the value of the family is the message that we need today.

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Washington, D.C. - Rev. Walter Fauntroy, six-term U.S. Congressman and civil rights legend, and an aide to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., affirms values close to the heart of American people.

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Speech to the International Leadership Conference, Asunción, Paraguay, July 2-6, 2008

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I come from Costa Rica, a country which more than 60 years ago made a declaration of peace to the world and constitutionally eliminated its army. Peace is inherent in the being of the Costa Rican people. As a legislator, democratically elected by the Costa Rican people, I bring a brotherly embrace to all who have assembled here to give birth to peace.

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Hon. Jose de Venecia, Jr., former Speaker, House of Representatives, Philippines speech on "Moral Values as the Basis for Cooperation Among Nations"  at the International Leadership Conference - Asuncion, Paraguay, July 2-6, 2008

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Closing Remarks the International Leadership Conference by Hon. Ek Nath Dhakal, Member of Parliament, Nepal “Toward a New Paradigm of Leadership and Good Governance:Creating a Culture of Service for Global Development and Peace”  Asuncion, Paraguay, July 2-6, 2008

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A nation’s development and peacefulness are affected by its outlook, degree of engagement with the world, and levels of interpersonal trust and transparency in its society. Those levels of interpersonal trust and transparency are outward manifestations of the fundamental value emphasized in these conferences: love.

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The world’s religions need to come together now in a spirit of harmony, cooperation, and peace, and, together with governments, work to establish a world of lasting peace.

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Yusuf holds that “religious education, the main medium of religious culturalization, carries upon itself the decisive task of instilling the values of peace." He urges religious educators to “adopt a civilizational viewpoint toward the cumulative religious experience of humanity.”

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There is a story that the leaders of two nations, one a fundamentalist theocracy the other a military dictatorship, visited God to find out when the turbulence in their countries would end and their peoples would be at peace. To the theocrat’s question, “Almighty, when will the troubles of my people end?” God answered, “Not in your lifetime.” It was the turn, next, of the military dictator to ask the same question. To him God answered: “Not in my lifetime.”

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Anderson argues that various forms of religious and secular henotheism “are divisive sources of violence” and profiles “three main roles for religion in the world that transcend culture and doctrine.” He describes alternative scenarios for “an ecumenical body or world religious leaders” to interface with the UN.

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