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Global Financial Capital of New York announces six new projects for world peace
by Global Good News staff writer
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16 February 2007
During a grand assembly in the financial district of New York, the Global Financial Capital of New York announced six new projects that fulfill the purpose of this recently created organization: to crown every nation with invincibility; to offer global reconstruction; create high level medical colleges, establish new universities, colleges, and schools; promote healthy food through organic agriculture; and to eliminate poverty.
Dr Bevan Morris, Prime Minister of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Global Country of World Peace, elaborated on these six areas.
1. Invincibility is vital for every nation to be truly sovereign and to breath life in freedom, prosperity, and happiness. (More)
2. Global reconstruction is necessary in order to uphold peace in every home and in every government. People do not know that a great deal of sickness and negativity comes from improper orientation of buildings.
3. High class medical colleges and facilities that produce healthy medicines will fulfill the need for prevention and cure of disease without the harmful side effects of modern medicine.
4. Universities, colleges, and schools that offer total knowledge of Natural Law will create enlightened students who have the ability to know anything, do anything, and achieve anything they desire. (More)
5.Organic agricultural projects will promote the cultivation of healthy food in our world.
6. Elimination of poverty will involve not only supporting adequate wages, housing, and education for those living in scarcity and suffering, but will also involve education and training in the nature of life—bliss—so that life can be lived from this high level of happiness and fulfillment. Those living in poverty will also be given the training and skills to produce organic agriculture in their own countries. (More)
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