Hallo So-travellers

Do you also see men to the left and men to the right? Are you part of the the NEW generation of peacemakers?

Who controls the wind?

Aaaa.....the beginning of inward Truth.

United we are stronger.

Neither female or male - inwardly.....

Think, pause and think again - are you for peace or for death.

Ps. (Freedom knows no bounds and it doesn't belong to any religion, corporation, government or individual). It serves and embrace us all.

You are obliged to respect It.

Stand against the drive to control and poison your mind with outdated reasoning that doesn't serve humanity as a united front against inward corruption on the global scale.

Real Peace and Truth be with you all as we approach 2015.

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