My Country is the World! Key to World Peace by World Citizen #1

MY COUNTRY IS THE WORLD is the dramatic story of Garry Davis -- the first person to break free of national borders and live as only a citizen of the World -- for 62 years! He reveals the key to how we can actually create world peace.
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Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on August 1, 2013 at 10:23am

The parable of Garry is that sustaining World  Peace starts with the individual to  group and to the society at large.Hence it is the moral responsibility and obligation of us all to function at our duty post of life with the highest moral courage, thus putting humanity at the epicenter of our responsibility

Comment by Al LeBlanc on July 31, 2013 at 11:33am

Gary: Thanks ! for your Courageous Quest for Humanity/UsAll. Seems to me we should all be "Triple Citizens" National/World/CyberSpace.  What think u idea CyberPeacePatriot ?  See Cyberpeacfare.

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