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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

April 2018
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Speeches

I started the Young Leaders Institute in hopes of reaching one billion youth rising to change our world for the better. Now that I have all of you as my “global family,” and with your help, I know that I can achieve this dream.

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It is our duty to work out a common code of ethics for religious leaders aimed at maintaining a positive relationship between them. This, in turn, will positively affect the relationship between their followers.

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It is our true role and mission as religious leaders to educate the younger generations in a culture of peace, dialogue and openness to others. I call for the formation of councils in our countries—composed of religious leaders, intellectuals and people in civic and social fields—to discuss these topics.

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Authenticity is defined as the quality of being genuine or real, a state of being authentic, or legitimate and true. God wants authentic leaders. God wants authentic shepherds. God wants authentic people.

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We need to unite, and truly unite, brothers and sisters. We are blessed to have another opportunity to unite under the Interreligious Association for Peace and Development (IAPD).

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God wants you and me today to develop a vibrant, sustainable, peaceful world where people live for the sake of one another and live well in dignity and prosperity.

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We all want world peace, not for us, but for the generations that will follow us, so that they will be able to live happily, quietly and peacefully after we have departed from the world. I do believe that if we, the religious leaders, can unite, the world will be united in turn.

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Today, it has become an urgent necessity to provide avenues to build world peace through understanding different cultures and religions, because the religious and ethnic conflicts in the world today have their roots in the misunderstanding of religious beliefs and misinterpretations of sacred texts.

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The critical question is how we can make sure that the fundamental values that should guide the political processes in the world—respect for human dignity, peace, justice, freedom, tolerance, participation, solidarity, and sustainability—can be maintained in times of change. No compromises can be made concerning these basic values.

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It is important in this holy place to emphasize the absolute necessity of the true and common relationship between religious leaders and political leaders, because they together can serve humanity in their societies in every place and time.

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What is required of all the religions and all the religious leaders today is to learn to recognize, to understand, to admit and to accept the teachings and the ways of life of other religions. To be more understanding, more generous and more inclusive is what we need to achieve.

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In the name of the Almighty we call upon the leaders and people to reject violence and come together in open dialogue for peace and cooperation. We call on the Korean people and the world community to recognize it is time to awaken our hearts

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