World Peace Requires Unconditional Love And Forgiveness.

July 25, 2013 by Jerry Alatalo

“I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final say in reality.”

– Martin Luther King

English: Dr. Martin Luther King giving his &qu...
English: Dr. Martin Luther King giving his “I Have a Dream” speech during the March on Washington in Washington, D.C., on 28 August 1963. Español: Dr. Martin Luther King dando su discurso “Yo tengo un sueño” durante la Marcha sobre Washington por el trabajo y la libertad en Washington, D.C., 28 de agosto de 1963. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Given the tragic situation which has been occurring for the men, women and children of Syria, we have tried to discover the cause of the war which has gone on for over two years.

It has occurred because of the lack of focus on the healing power of unconditional love and forgiveness.

There is no other road which will lead to peace in the country of Syria, the Middle East region, or any country or region on this Earth where violence is occurring but unconditional love and forgiveness.

This communication is an impassioned plea to my brothers and sisters around the world to begin using the words unconditional love and forgiveness in every discussion having to do with issues of war and peace.

It has occurred to this writer, and many millions of people, that there is no other way to end violence, wars, and the tremendous human suffering which results, but by focusing keenly on the highest spiritual maturity available on this Earth. This means that all people involved in decision-making must include higher spiritual thought in talks on possible actions and solutions.

Any person who speaks with concern about the suffering men, women and children who are unfortunate enough to live in an area where violence and war occur, must bring the only solution, unconditional love and forgiveness, into a prominent position in the discussions.

As a new friend put it, at this time there are only half-solutions available for the persistent unrest, violence and suffering in the Middle East, or anywhere else on this Earth.

In this writer’s very humble view, unconditional love and forgiveness, when combined with any half-solutions now available, adds up to whole, totally effective solutions for any and all situations where there is human suffering on this Earth.

All that is needed to diminish or end human suffering, that felt most harshly in these days by the people of Syria, is for people to insert love and forgiveness into all problem-solving initiatives.

Deep inside the heart of every man, woman and child on Earth, there is a wish, a dream, for peace, joy and happiness. Not only for one’s self, but for all people, everywhere.

There is a way to make the peace dreams of every man, woman and child on this Earth a living reality.

That way is unconditional love and forgiveness.

It is the only way.

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4 thoughts on “World Peace Requires Unconditional Love And Forgiveness.

    1. Professor,
      Unconditional love and forgiveness are sometimes seen by people like taboo subjects instead of the beautiful option they are in reality. One wonders why this simple, totally obvious path is not being taken by world leaders. I find it very strange that the words do not even appear in political conversations. As if politicians saying the words risk being seen as weak and fuzzy. Love and forgiveness are practiced by men and women who are courageous and fully rational. This phenomenon is mind-bending, to say the least. There is a sense that breakthroughs are close. As we are in the homestretch of the baseball season, there is a saying “You gotta believe.” Martin Luther King’s words are prophetic.
      Thanks for your comment,
      Jerry

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