The Declaration of Peace
These are self-evident truths:
That all humans are a single family living on a fragile and endangered planet whose life support systems must remain intact if we are to survive;
That the well-being of the planet and the well-being of humanity are one and the same;
That the well-being of each requires the well-being of all—security is common;
That all war is a crime against humanity and nature;
That any war anywhere degrades the quality of life for all of us everywhere;
That all humans have a natural right to peace and a healthy planet;
That we live at the decisive moment in history when we will choose between break down or breakthrough on a planetary scale;
That we here now dedicate our intellectual, spiritual and material resources to the establishment of permanent peace and the conservation of nature, and,
That we are fully endowed by our Creator with the wisdom and the ability to achieve these ends.
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17 May, 2017 at Tomidhu Cottage, Crathie, Scotland, by Kent Drummond Shifferd
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