1, "All history is the record of the power of minorities and of a minority of one."  RalphWaldoEmerson

2. "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it's the only thing that ever has."  Margaret Mead

3. " The saving of our world from pending doom will come not through the complacent adjustment of the conforming majority but through the creative maladjustment of a nonconforming minority." MLKing

4, "If Man does find the solution for wold peace, it will be the most revolutionary reversal of his record we have ever seen."  George C Marshall

5. "Our American heritage is threatened as much by our indifference as by the most unscrupulous office or by the most powerful foreign threat. The future of this republic is in the hands the American Voter." DwightDEisenhower

6. "Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time.  We are the one's we've been watching for. We are the change we seek."  Barack Obama

7. "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."  Nelson Mandela

8. "The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong." Mahatma Gandhi

9. "Let us not deceive ourselves; we must elect world peace or world destruction."  BernardBaruch 

10. "God of Peace, bring your peace to our violent world; peace in the hearts of all men and women and peace among the nations of the Earth."   PopeBenedictXVI

 

{World Peace & Preserving Our Freedom & Posterity Requires Our Involvement - UpU&MeUsAll - "Committed Citizens" of Cyberspace utilizing our Individual-Personal CyberPower to Result in a "bottom up" Big Difference (butterfly effect).

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