A Declaration of Peace
A Declaration of Peace, containing Universal Principles of Peace, that articulates a particular viewpoint and stance that individuals, families and organizations may wish to adopt in order to promote world peace. Local, state and national governments may wish to adopt the declaration as a "Resolution" in their legislative body.
Dec 5, 2004
"A Declaration of Peace", containing Universal Principles of Peace, articulates a particular viewpoint and stance that individuals, families and organizations may wish to adopt in order to promote world peace. Local, state and national governments may wish to adopt the declaration as a "Resolution" in their legislative body.
The document is below, in pdf format.
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Adobe PDFs of this Document, Suitable for Printing, are here:
Note: Most frame shops have 11 x 14" frames. 8 1/2 x 11" frames are not as common as 8x10s, but you can find them. You can print the pdfs at any Kinkos or print shop. The pdfs are 100k in size.
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