Waging Peace

Gregory Alan Bolcer gbolcer@endeavors.com
Tue, 18 Mar 2003 17:45:45 -0800


If it weren't for the US miltary presence in
central America during the 70's and 80's, Costa
Rica wouldn't be the surfer's paradise and
lux vacation resort it is today.

Greg

Gary Lawrence Murphy wrote:
> Sent by a friend who got it from another; no idea (yet) where it
> originates but "War is conversation"? ... In amidst the seething
> rhetoric, there is still at least one polyanna...
> 
> Waging Peace in the world -
> 
> 
> Dr. Robert Muller, former assistant secretary general of the United
> Nations, now Chancellor emeritus of the University of Peace in Costa
> Rica was one of the people who witnessed the founding of the U.N. and
> has worked in support of or inside the U.N. ever since. Recently he was
> in San Francisco to be honored for his service to the world through the
> U.N. and through his writings and teachings for peace. At age eighty,
> Dr. Muller surprised, even stunned, many in the audience that day with
> his most positive assessment of where the world stands now regarding war
> and peace.

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