#Cyberpeacefare: Favorite Quotes on Power of Individuals,Minorities,U&Me/UsAll:

1. "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

2. "All history is the record of the power of minorities and the minority of one."  RalphWaldoEmerson

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 non conforming minority." MLKing

4. "If Man does find the solution for world peace, it would be the most revolutionary reversal of his record we have ever known." GeorgeMarshall

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

6.. "Politics is supposed to be the second oldest profession, I have come to realize that it bears a very close resemblance to the first." Ronald Reagan

7. "When a man assumes a public trust he should consider himself as public property." ThomasJefferson

8. "How a Minority. Reaching a Majority. Seizing Authority. Hates s Minority." LeonardHRobbins

9.. "We are the world.....(QuincyJones);  " Let's make it better...(JohnLennon) ; ."Give Peace a  Chance.....(Beatles); "The answer is  blowing in the wind. ..(Bob Dylan)1

10. "Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me"  (Lyricsl olde song)  

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Comment by Al LeBlanc on December 25, 2014 at 8:32am

Awaken the CyberWorld with Gift of "Peace and Goodwill" This Christmas Morning ?

Merry Christmas to All GEN Members !


Comment by Al LeBlanc on October 22, 2013 at 6:55am

Tayyaba: Seems to me that "people acting as individuals" (like chaos theory's "a butterfly flapping it's wing can cause a tsunami") have great personal power to change the world.  Nowadays, with the internet/world-wide web interconnections each of Us has the instant opportunity and moral obligation to make "peace go viral" by just a re-tweet e.g., RT "Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me"&U/UsAll.  You might consider becoming a CyberPeaceCitizen by just RTing this message. Thanks ! for your reply.  Al. 

Comment by Tayyaba Abbas on October 22, 2013 at 5:29am

these are full of knowledge 

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