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Speeches

"In Guyana, we have a saying: “Hand wash hand, make hand come clean.” I see this as a fitting example of how interdependence plays a key role in the bigger picture of peace.”

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"Peace, as a value and an asset, is a Blessing that is achieved through tolerance, solidarity and respect for people’s differences.”

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"For it to be truly possible to further peace and to quell terror, we must understand and believe that everyone truly matters. We must protect equality and universal values, and we must do so while respecting the uniqueness of every individual, society and country.”

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“God has used great women throughout history to bring social, physical, mental, and spiritual changes—needed changes.”

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“This interest in spirituality, this renewal of spiritual culture, we can see not only in religious spheres, but also in civil society.”

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“Many people throughout the world have been suffering from the pandemic spiritually and physically.”

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“2020 has been a year of tremendous changes: loved ones died, political turmoil, indifference in human relations.”

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“God is love and whoever abides in love abides in God and God abides in him.”

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“How could we, who were called to lead men to the ultimate Leader of all men, Jesus Christ, spend our time reducing His message to lead men to our self-aggrandizing political leaders?”

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“Peace I leave with you! My peace, I give to you! Not as the world gives, do I give my peace to you!”

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“Most notably, as the coronavirus continues to spread, we face a situation where face-to-face communication is all but stopped.”

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“God is a devoted father who loves us, His children, no matter what race, culture, orientation, or religion we belong to.”

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