#Ideas #Henry Ward Beecher #cyberpeacefare

"Ideas are cosmopolitan. They have the liberty of the world. You have no right to take sword and cross the bounds of other nations, and enforce on them laws and institutions they are unwilling to receive.

But there is no limit to the sphere of ideas. Your thoughts  and feelings, the whole world lies open to them, and you have the right to send them into any latitude and to give them sweep around the earth to the mind of every human being."  HenryWardBeecher

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Comment by Al LeBlanc on May 17, 2014 at 8:34am

Good Day !  Today ! Reach Out  for Peace !  "Today !"  "No Limit to sphere of ideas ,,,,..right to send them in any latitude............."  Participate in cyberpeacefare - Be Not Indifferent - Send out your IDEAS "They have the liberty of the world"  Exercise your "Personal Power" !

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