#Cyberpeacefare #Anybody #call for action

CALLING ALL WORLD CITIZENS:

1. Hope people realize that anybody reading this message has the unique power and technology, at hand, to "sound off" for worthy causes they believe in ?

2.  Seems to me a most worthy cause is "world peace and planet survival." ?

3.  Imagine if each of us took "My Power" (their personal power) to contribute their "pebble" to a most worthy cause.  (Should Everybody try to make a difference ?)

4. Yes, U can Contribute in an "internet moment" !

5. Need RT: "LET THERE BE PEACE ON EARTH AND LET IT BEGIN WITH ME" &U/USALL"

or compose your own cyberpeace tweet.

(. RTing above peace song lyrics or this message necessary to become a CyberPeaceCitizen. Thanks, in advance, for your consideration).

AL  

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