Diplomats from 10 nations celebrate love and peace in New York - With conscience comes a peaceful world
(by Lily from UN)
The Federation of World Peace and Love (FOWPAL) and the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Kiribati to the United Nations jointly hosted the “2018 Culture Night of Love and Peace” at the Westin New York Grand Central Hotel on April 5, 2018, spreading the seeds of love and peace.
Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze, the president of FOWPAL and the initiator of the movement of An Era of Conscience (ANEOC), and H.E. Mr. Teburoro Tito, Ambassador of Kiribati to the UN and US and former president of Kiribati, welcomed diplomats from ten nations and other honored guests.
|Diplomats from 10 nations and other honored guests celebrate the “2018 Culture Night of Love and Peace.”|
Dr. Hong addressed the gathering of over 100 people, saying, “The first people who come forth to take actions can generate more time and more opportunities for the Earth and all humanity. If every kind-hearted world citizen, like a piece of jigsaw puzzle, willingly makes contributions, the whole puzzle for a ‘better future’ can be completed. I hope the energy of love and peace that we have gathered can spread around the world to awaken people’s conscience, inspire more good deeds, and make the beautiful vision of world peace come true.”
ANEOC volunteers delivered a powerful martial arts performance titled “Human Rights for World Citizens,” stressing that all people should follow their conscience in everything they do so that the world will be peaceful.
In another event highlight, distinguished guests were asked to recall their childhood wishes and
make new wishes for the world before spreading the seeds of dandelions, symbolizing seeds of hope.
The event concluded on a high note as all attendees celebrated continued friendships and global partnerships to make the world a better place!
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