IJMC - One Day Of Peace
Ok, here's the last of three IJMC's at once. And for all of you who are
now wondering how I have time to send off lotsa IJMC at once but can't
return simple emails...well, it's Friday night and I'd like to think I've
got a life. You'll get your replies tomorrow. G'night. -dave
Pass it on .. . .
ONE DAY OF PEACE, January 1, 2000......
This is a concept for 24 hours where no guns are fired anywhere on earth,
including on television! What if for 24 hours, whosoever happens to be
at war on December 31, 1999, agrees that for one whole day, no guns will
The silence would be golden.
And what if also, the television programmers of the world agreed not to
air any programming which has a violent content? A friend of (the author
of the message) mine suggested that it will be easier to get the warring
nations to stop firing, than it would be to get the world's television
programmers to not air violent programming!
At present, this ONE DAY OF PEACE concept is beginning to get further
circlulation. On April 6, 1997, it will be 1000 days until January 1,
2000, an auspicious date.
This is a thought-wave campaign. Which is to say, the more people who
grasp this thought, the more it comes into reality, sort of like the
theory of the Hundredth Monkey, which I have taken to calling the Hundred
One Day in Peace, January 1, 2000... pass it on... expect a miracle...
I hope this letter finds everyone doing well. Keep up the great work,