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World Peace

Peace on earth is coming...

World Peace Day

January 1st, 2000

"As they used to say

'What if they gave a war and nobody came?'

How worthwhile if they declared a day of peace

and everybody came."

-- Edward Asner

"For one day a miracle --

all hatred vanishes and all love, peace & harmony exists.

If we can do it for one day

let's pray to keep on doing it one day at a time for eternity."

--Robin Leach

"Every crisis is an opportunity. Let us confront the crisis of worldwide apathy, despair and violence by taking the opportunity to join hands across this great earth on January 1, 2000 and rise together like the Phoenix from the ashes to create an active, a hopeful, a kinder civilization."

-- Victoria Principal

"Peace and the struggle to achieve it is a life's work -

global, national and person to person.

Truth and beauty and peace,

that is the beginning of the vision.

-- Peter Yarrow (Peter, Paul & Mary)


What is "Peace On Earth"?

Read our informative link

Volunteer For A Better World

One Day in Peace Proclamation Campaign

Please urge your organization to send a letter of support! Click the link above for a pre-made universal letter President Clinton is considering a National Proclamation for a day of Peace On Earth on JANUARY 1, 2000... Please urge your organization, community, church or family to write a letter to President Clinton, and we'll include it in our package to the White House - Send to: PEOPLE FOR PEACE - Box 570 - Roosevelt, NJ 08555-0570 (fax: 609-443-4307)


Angelic acts of kindness are not random occurrences... Angels are leading humanity towards a wonderful future of hope and promise... A time when peace on earth shall prevail...

"Every Day Counts For A Better World ..."

A global network of

800 organizations

in over 125 nations

promoting the CountUP to 2000 -

The Appeal of the Nobel Peace Laureates

for a Decade for a Culture of peace and non-violence has been heard.. On November 10th the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the period 2001 - 2010 "International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-violence for the Children of the World".

Pathways to Peace

It Takes One Person

by Kenneth Walterhouse

It takes one person to start a war, takes one to end it.

It takes one person to say "I care", and takes one not to.

It takes one person to understand, it takes one to be unkind.

It takes one to motivate a change, takes one to be negative.

It takes one person to make or break something,

courage and bravery lies in someone to start a change in the world.

Do you have what it takes?

That one person could be you

and you can bring a change to this world with peace.

Think about it.