Sunday, January 31, 2016

[Peace News] HWPL Indonesia Jakarta WARP Office "Unity of Religion"


[Peace News]
"Bring the Unity of Religions" 
HWPL INDONESIA JAKARTA WARP Office


   



Participants of the 4th HWPL Indonesia Jakarta WARP Office meeting

Ketut Suratha Arsana / Hinduism / International Field of Parisada Hindu Dharma Indonesia (PHDI) / Chief
Cornelis Wowor / Buddhism / Universitas Tarumanegara (UNTAR) / Lecturer
Mulyadi Liang / Confucianism / Education of MATAKIN / Head
Zainun Kamal / Islam / Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) / Lecturer
Joseph Jeong / Christianity / Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light (HWPL) / Research Specialist


World Alliance of Religions' Peace Dialogue "Bring the Unity of Religions" 
Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light    Parisada Hindu Dharma Indonesia




On 23 November 2015, the 4th HWPL Indonesia Jakarta WARP Office meeting was held at the Pura Aditya Jaya Rawamangun Jakarta Timur. 

The meeting was carried out smoothly with the cooperation from the members of PHDI and the DNJ Hindu College. 

PHDI, the largest Hindu organization established to revive Hinduism in the region, especially provided the location (a Hindu Temple) for the meeting. 

The DNJ Hindu College is an institute established in Jakarta to provide Hinduism education.

The atmosphere of the WARP Office was lively and energetic as university students were present as an audience. 


World Alliance of Religions' Peace Dialogue "Bring the Unity of Religions"
Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light    Parisada Hindu Dharma Indonesia



Saturday, January 30, 2016

Monument to the Declaration of World Peace at MILF Base Camp of the Philippines


Monument 
to the Declaration 
of World Peace 
at Moro Islamic Liberation Front 
Base Camp of the Philippines



Maguindanao, Philippines - Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) of the Philippines held an unveiling ceremony for the Monument to the Declaration of World Peace at the center of their base camp located in Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao Province. This area was once known as one of the bloodiest conflict zones in Asia.

Chairman Al Haj Murad Ebrahim of MILF extended an invitation to Mr. Man Hee Lee, Chairman of HWPL, Chairwoman of International Women’s Peace Group, and the HWPL Peace Delegation to commemorate the historical Mindanao Peace Agreement led by Chairman Lee on January 24, 2014. Chairman Ebrahim also decided to designate January 24th of every year as ‘HWPL Day’.

On January 24, 2016 the Monument to the Declaration of World Peace, the second HWPL Peace Monument in the Philippines, was shown to the public. The first HWPL Peace Monument had been built only eight months prior in May 2015.

Over 10,000 people from MILF and Moro communities participated in the unveiling ceremony and designation ceremony of HWPL Day. Political stability, economic development, and sustainable development are some of the projects being carried out by these communities in conjunction with HWPL. HWPL as an international NGO, has been leading peace discussions with MILF representatives, Muslim, and Catholic communities, as well as the government of the Philippines.

Keynote messages delivered by Chairman Ebrahim and Chairman ManHeeLee are both inscribed on the Monument along with the Declaration of World Peace which was proclaimed by Chairman Lee on May 25, 2013 in Seoul, South Korea before 30,000 people from 130 different countries, announcing the practical methods to achieve world peace.“This monument has been built on this hallowed ground to honor the people of the Bangsamoro who struggled for justice so that all the communities of Mindanao and Sulu – Muslim, Christian, and Lumad – will live in peace. Furthermore, this monument stands as a testament of support by the people of the Bangsamoro for the ‘International Law (Convention) of World Peace’ advocated in the United Nations by the Heavenly Culture, World Peace, and Restoration of Light (HWPL) led by Chairman ManHee Lee of South Korea,” presented by Chairman Ebrahim.

HWPL Chairman, Man Hee Lee peace advocate, delivered a powerful message.

“Today, where people are suffering from wars and conflicts, all leaders of diverse sectors including politics and religions, are taking part in the peace movements of HWPL by implementing an international law on cessation of wars and world peace, and establishing the HWPL World Alliance of Religions' Peace (WARP) Office, as a follow-up on the pledges they made before God and all people.

Peace is not a matter confined to a single person but to every individual. Therefore anyone who is part of this global family must all become messengers of peace. Let us all participate and become the messengers of peace to pass on peace as an eternal legacy for the future generations!”

Having participated in the 1st Annual Commemoration of the World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit this past September in Korea, Chairman Ebrahim, on behalf of MILF, said “Chairman ManHeeLee’s visit sends a very strong message to our people that we are not alone in our search for genuine and lasting peace. It also symbolizes the start of a partnership and cooperation between Mindanao Province, MILF, and HWPL.” In March 2015, MILF and the Philippines government came to final negotiations with the Bangsamoro Basic Law. In return, MILF voluntarily began decommissioning their weapons and soldiers. MILF has shown its dedication for peace work.

Before the unveiling ceremony, MILF chairman presented an appreciation plaque to Chairman Lee for his dedication of bringing peace to Mindanao, marking this 7th visit. Centered in MILF’s camp, HWPL’s peace activity will serve as a catalyst to spread the message of peace to the Davao, Mamasapano and General Santos regions, transforming the island of conflict into the island of peace.

Furthermore, ‘HWPL Day’ was designated not only in Maguindanao in the Philippines but also in Carson City, LA and Alexandria, VA in the United States, the Royal Bafokeng Nation in South Africa, as well as in Santa Tecla, El Salvador.


Friday, January 29, 2016

Purpose of Peace Education


The Purpose of Providing 
Peace Education



Purpose of Peace Education


It is yeast that turns flour into bread.
Peace education can change a person like yeas
transforms flour.
After incorporating peace education into curriculums worldwide to highlight the importance of peace, students will understand the practical ways to make peace a reality.

Currently many countries around the world are creating peace parks and erecting peace monuments to commemorate the September 18th WARP Summit, as well as designating HWPL Peace Institutes.

These global reminders enable us to rear children with the mindset necessary for a peaceful world and instilling in them the hope of a world where there is no longer any fear of war.

The 3.6 billion women on earth can now protect their children from losing their lives on battlefields by teaching them about peace.

Youths can also stand and rise to preserve their own precious lives.
If members of IPYG and IWPG truly understand the peaceful solutions to put an end to all wars and achieve world peace, a new era will prevail, a time where everyone is granted the right to live in a world of peace.



Peace advocate Man Hee Lee of HWPL & the children's hands with Peace letters



Thursday, January 28, 2016

[Peace News] HWPL & Moro Islamic Liberation Front



[Peace News] 
HWPL & 
Moro Islamic Liberation Front 
in the Philippines



Moro Islamic Liberation Front in the Philippines firmly committed to peace



HWPL, ManHee Lee Peace advocate
in front of World Peace Monument
Moro Islamic Liberation Front, HWPL - LKP ENG(Colombo, Lankapuvath) – In June 2014, Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) grasped attention from the international society by decommissioning. And this January, MILF is to erect the Declaration of World Peace Monument in their base camp, demonstrating their willingness to consolidate peace activities with Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), an international peace organization which MILF has been constantly working together for world peace.


  • The second Peace Monument being erected in the MILF base camp


On January 24th, Chairman Lee of HWPL and the HWPL Peace Delegation, who have been consistently working with MILF for peace in the Philippines, will participate in the unveiling ceremony of the Declaration of World Peace Monument after a meeting with Al Haj Murad Ebrahim, the Chairman of MILF at the base camp located in Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao.

At the same time, by designating January 24th – the day when a peace agreement was conducted for peaceful resolution on the conflicts in Mindanao – of each year as the HWPL Day, citizens will annually commemorate peace in the region. The second HWPL Peace Monument will be officially erected in the Philippines; only eight months after erecting the first Peace Monument in last May in the Province of Maguindanao.


  • Cotabato City State Polytechnic College will become the HWPL Peace Academy


Cotabato City State Polytechnic College will become the first educational institute in the Philippines resolving on entering into a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with HWPL for peace education on 25 January. The college will also hold a designation ceremony to celebrate becoming an HWPL Peace Academy. Prior to the Cotabato City State Polytechnic College, many institutions in Israel, Kosovo, and India were already designated as the HWPL Peace Academies to incorporate HWPL’s peace initiatives into their curricular and instill the significance of peace education to students.

Also, to symbolize the agreement for the sustainable peace cooperation between Davao City and HWPL, a bronze-signboard containing the signatures of Rodrigo Duterte, the Mayor of Davao City and Man Hee Lee, the Chairman of HWPL will be hung up at the entrance of the Museo Dabawenyo (Museum in Davao city). In a section of the 2nd floor, additionally, a permanent exhibition of the HWPL peace movements will be arranged. Having a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Davao City Public Library and HWPL, moreover, Davao City Public Library will provide an exclusive shelf for HWPL, constantly supplying HWPL DVDs, books, and brochures for the citizens to easily get access to the HWPL peace works.


  • The Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) launched the IBP Peace Committee


On 29 January, together with the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP), Chairman Lee and the HWPL Peace Delegation will be holding an inauguration, including a signboard hanging ceremony for the launch of the IBP Peace Committee. IBP has voluntarily initiated the peace committee to promote the HWPL peace works to all legal experts in the Philippines. The committee is expecting to give lectures about peace movements in universities and institutes where they have been engaged as guest lecturers. Especially in this upcoming event, 93 legal experts including the current and former representatives, and the board members of the IBP, will be appointed as the HWPL Publicity Ambassadors, and soon will be initiating peace movements in the name of IBP Peace Committee.

HWPL is an international peace organization registered in the Department of Public Information of the United Nations (UN DPI) and initiating peace works together with the International Law Peace Committee, World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Offices, International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG), and International Peace Youth Group (IPYG).



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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

HWPL, Man Hee Lee Peace advocate Shouted



HWPL, Peace advocate, 
Man Hee Lee Quotes




"Who Actually fight in wars?"

"Is it not the youth and students?"

"The Irreplaceable youth who never saw their days to truly blossom"

"Who then compensates for their lives sacrificed in the line of battle?"

"For the youth who sacrificed their lives in wars"

Has there been any compensation given for their lost lives?


[And So The Ones To Protect The Youth Are The Youth Themselves]

Number of people sacrificed from wars 1/4 of the human population ever to be born of earth total of around 3.46 billion people



HWPL Peace, Given for Their Lost Lives? 
"Man HeeLee Peace advocate Shouted this!"
Let's hear Man Hee Lee, his powerful voice exactly what it says.
Click play button~




War is ... of Peace


War is ... of Peace
-Thomas Mann-

War is a cowardly escape from the problems of peace. -Thomas Mann


War and Peace
What a cruel thing war is!
War is the most barbarous thing.
War is a cowardly escape from the problems of peace. 



Monday, January 25, 2016

IPYG World Peace Flash mob Durban



IPYG 

World Peace 
Flash mob 
Durban




Peace activists from the International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) gathered 
in Durban to showcase the unification of diverse young adults who are striving for peace.


Can you hear that cry for peace??

World Peace~!
WORLD PEACE~~!!

Repeat this <IPYG World Peace Flashmob>




Together~ World Peace~~~

with festive dance and music (^o^) Oh~ yeah~~



Saturday, January 23, 2016

Biography of HWPL, ManHee Lee Peace Avocate



Peace Advocate 
ManHee Lee 
of HWPL, 
His Biography


Love can unite people in purpose, culture and peace.
Ultimately it has the power to unite the whole world.
-ManHee Lee-



Mr. ManHee Lee is a Chairman of HWPL
(Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light).
This movie explained why ManHee Lee decide to accomplish World Peace and his biography. His experience of veteran of Korean war makes the power of victory peace movement.

Why don't we watch movie <Peace advocate, ManHee Lee Biography>?


Thursday, January 21, 2016

HWPL Peace Forums, in Sweden and Jordan


HWPL Peace Forums Take Place 
in Sweden and Jordan


In another connected news, the WARP office is one of the world peace movements for world peace 
presented by Man Hee Lee, Chairman of Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light. 
The purpose of discussion based on the scriptures in The WARP Office is cessation of wars due to religion, 
understanding each other, knowing the true meaning of God the Creator, based on the scriptures.


Addis Ababa, 20 January 2016 (WIC) - The largest non-governmental international peace organization, Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light (HWPL), successfully held its 1st and 4th  peace forum regarding ‘Network for Peace and Harmony: Practical Ways to Protect Human Rights’ at the 'Best Western Kom Hotel’ in Stockholm Sweden and Jourdan respectively last week.

According to a press release HWPL sent to WIC, the about 40 participants of this forum are from diverse sectors in Swedish society.

They include Göran Lambertz, the judge from the supreme court of Sweden, and a representative from Nordic Committee for Human Rights - For the Protection of Human Rights in the Nordic countries (NKMR/NCHR), also many different religious leaders varying from: Hinduism, Islamic, Sikhism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Scientology. Leaders from different women's groups and Youth groups joined in as well.

The forum was set up by watching a short highlight video of HWPL’s 「2014 WARP (World Alliance of Religions’ Peace) Summit⌟, which was held on September 2014 and accomplished signing the agreement to propose ‘Enactment of International Law for the Cessation of War and World Peace’ and ‘the Alliance of Religion’. It was followed by the presentation about the role of legal professionals, religious leaders, and press for the practical solution of human rights protection.

In another connected news, the WARP office is one of the world peace movements for world peace presented by Man Hee Lee, Chairman of Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light. The purpose of discussion based on the scriptures in The WARP Office is cessation of wars due to religion, understanding each other, knowing the true meaning of God the Creator, based on the scriptures.

Fr. Hannah Kildani, parish priest of Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Dr. Ahmed Shannaq, General Secretary of National Constitutional Party of Islam, and Dr. Yunjin Kim, Researcher of Religious Scripture of Protestantism gathered in this Jordan Youth Innovative Forum which was held at the 4th WARP Office.

According to a press release HWPL sent to WIC, each representative presented the theme of "birth, old age sickness, and death" based on their own scriptures. During this moment, participants had a time to think about human life and death and found the answer in the scriptures.

Also present, was Mamoun Ahmad, representative of The United Religions Initiative, Sharif Alraqqad, manager of Jordan Youth Innovative Forum. Kyoung Jae Kim who is IPYG member, present at this WARP Office commented "I am honored to attend this religious meeting. I was impressed that minds of religious people can gather into one and I am expecting world peace to come to us soon."


 


Tuesday, January 19, 2016

[Peace Song] Heaven's Here On Earth


Tracy Chapman, <Heaven's here on earth> 
with lyrics Peace video by HAPPY MBAMBO

Enjoy Peace Song <Heaven's here on earth>


 "Heaven's Here On Earth" 




★ lyrics of Heaven's Here On Earth 

 You can look to the stars in search of the answers
 Look for God and life on distant planets
 Have your faith in the ever after
 While each of us holds inside the map to the labyrinth
 And heaven's here on earth

 We are the spirit the collective conscience
 We create the pain and the suffering and the beauty in this world
 Heaven's here on earth

 In our faith in humankind
 In our respect for what is earthly
 In our unfaltering belief in peace and love and understanding

 I've seen and met angels wearing the disguise
 Of ordinary people leading ordinary lives
 Filled with love, compassion, forgiveness and sacrifice
 Heaven's in our hearts

 In our faith in humankind
 In our respect for what is earthly
 In our unfaltering belief in peace and love and understanding

 Look around
 Believe in what you see
 The kingdom is at hand
 The promised land is at your feet
 We can and will become 
what we aspire to be
 If Heaven's here on earth

 If we have faith in humankind
 And respect for what is earthly
 And an unfaltering belief that truth is divinity
 And heaven's here on earth

 I've seen spirits
 I've met angels
 I've touched creations beautiful and wondrous
 I've been places where I question all I think I know
 But I believe, I believe, I believe this could be heaven

 We are born inside the gates with the power to create life
 And to take it away
 The world is our temple
 The world is our church
 Heaven's here on earth

 If we have faith in humankind
 And respect for what is earthly
 And an unfaltering belief
 In peace and love and understanding
 This could be heaven here on earth

 Heaven's in our heart


Sunday, January 17, 2016

Syria Conflict -BBC News



Syria conflict: 
Dozens killed 
as IS attacks 
Deir al-Zour


We Want Peace ~ 
We absolutely want to find World Peace!

Russia said it was dropping aid to trapped civilians in the city 


Dozens of people have died in an offensive by so-called Islamic State on government-held areas of Deir al-Zour in eastern Syria, local media say.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said 85 civilians were killed in the attack, as well as 50 Syrian soldiers.

Syria's state news agency Sana reported that around 300 civilians had died in the Baghaliyeh area of the city.

Meanwhile, the UN warned of "sharply deteriorating conditions" in the besieged areas.

Around 200,000 people were in these areas, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said.



  • Dawn assault

The IS assault on government-held areas in the city began at dawn on Saturday, Syria's Local Coordination Committees (LCC) said.
A car bomb explosion was followed by a ground attack, the LCC said.
Government forces retaliated with air strikes and heavy artillery, the report said.
Russia said it had dropped aid to civilians caught up in the siege. There have also been reports of Russian airstrikes in the vicinity.


Map showing besieged parts of Syria
Source: United Nations, Institute for the Study of War         BBC




According to the Syrian observatory, IS now controls around 60% of the city.
More than 250,000 people have been killed and millions displaced after almost five years of conflict in Syria.
Blockades have been a feature of Syria's civil war. Up to 4.5 million people live in hard-to-reach areas, including nearly 400,000 people in 15 besieged locations who do not have access to life-saving aid.


  • Towns under siege 

March 2015: Foah and Kefraya in Idlib province are besieged by rebel groups and the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front, with an estimated 12,500 trapped.
July 2015: Madaya, near Damascus, is besieged by government forces and their allies in Lebanon's Shia Islamist Hezbollah movement.
September 2015: The situation in Foah and Kefraya worsens after the fall of a nearby government air base, where helicopters had been able to land with food supplies. Reports emerge of people eating grass to survive.
October 2015: UN delivers one month's supply of food rations for 20,000 people in Madaya.
December 2015: Dozens of wounded civilians and fighters evacuated from Foah, Kefraya, Zabadani and Madaya. Reports begin to emerge of people starving in Madaya.
January 2016: UN says it has received credible reports of people dying of starvation in Madaya. Warns of "sharply deteriorating" conditions in parts of Deir al-Zor


  • What's happening in Syria?

More than 250,000 Syrians have lost their lives in almost five years of conflict, which began with anti-government protests before escalating into a brutal civil war. More than 11 million others have been forced from their homes as forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad and rebels opposed to his rule battle each other - as well as jihadist militants from Islamic State.


  • Why are civilians under siege?

All parties to the conflict are using siege warfare, encircling populated areas, preventing civilians from leaving and blocking humanitarian access in an attempt to force opponents to surrender. Shortages of food, water, medicine, electricity and fuel have led to malnutrition and deaths among vulnerable groups.


  • Where are the sieges?

Government forces are besieging various locations in the eastern Ghouta area, outside Damascus, as well as the capital's western suburb of Darayya and the nearby mountain towns of Zabadani and Madaya. Rebel forces have encircled the villages of Foah and Kefraya in the northern province of Idlib, while IS militants are besieging government-held areas in the eastern city of Deir al-Zour.





We Want Peace ~ 
We absolutely want to find World Peace!

- The Peace Line

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Peace & Love Song



Steven Universe,  
Peace & Love (Song)


This '"Peace and Love On Planet Earth"' is a cheerful rhythm and bright song~ 

"Peace and Love On Planet Earth" is a song featured in the episode 
"It Could've Been Great".


LYRICS:

[Steven] Life and death and love and birth
And peace and war on the planet Earth
Is there anything that's worth
More than peace and love on the planet Earth
Woah!
Come on and sing it with me

[Peridot] Sing?

[Steven] The words relate to the key

[Peridot] Key?

[Steven] If it's a pattern if it's a pattern
Then just repeat after me
Life and death and love and birth

[Peridot] Life and death and love and birth

[Steven] Now using mi-fa-mi-mi-fa-mi-ti-la

[Both] And peace and war on the planet Earth

[Steven] Yes yes! That's it!

[Peridot] That's so easy

[Steven] Yeah but that's what fun about it
You should write something, you should write a song!

[Peridot] About what?

[Steven] Whatever you're thinking

[Peridot] I guess we're already here
I guess we already know
We've all got something to fear
We've all got nowhere to go
I think you're all insane!
But I guess I am too
Anybody would be
If they were stuck on Earth with you!

[Steven] Hehehehe yes!
Life and death and love and birth and

[Amethyst] Life and death and love and birth and

[Pearl] Life and death and love and birth and
Peace and war on the planet Earth

[Garnet] Is there anything that's worth more

[Steven] Is there anything that's worth more

[Peridot] Is there anything that's worth more
Than peace and love on the planet Earth




Thursday, January 14, 2016

Peace Song


PEACE!
"Peace Song" 

-Never Shout Never 


Never Shout Never - <Peace Song>


Lyrics to Peace Song

I've always wondered what the world would be like.
If we all just took, two steps back and prayed for peace.
I've always wondered how the air would smell.
Do you think that we be able to tell, without the smell of fear?
That we're going to hell. 
There's a fire in my heart, you're not putting out.
There's no need to scream or shout.
Just pray for peace.
There's a Song in my soul, try and beat it out.
There's no need to scream or shout.
just pray for peace.
My heart was pure, my soul was clean .
Got ship away to a war zone, across the shining sea.
In the name of peace.
My mama told me "youngest son, don't lose your mind to that loaded gun".
And I lost it, now I'm on the run. 
There's a fire in my heart, you're not putting it out.
There's no need to scream or shout.
Just pray for peace.
There's a song in my soul, try and beat it out.
There's no need to scream or shout.
just pray for peace.
There's a fire in my heart, you're not putting out.
There's no need to scream or shout.
Just pray for peace.
There's a song in my soul, try and beat it out.
There's no need to scream or shout.
Just pray for peace.
Just pray for peace.

- The Peace Line

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

H​WPL Peace Academies: Special Peace Lecture


H​WPL Peace Academies: 
Special Peace Lecture

H​WPL Peace Academies - Education 
Preparing Children for a Future of Peace




Pristina, Kosovo – Since the founding of the HWPL Peace Academy in Israel in early December, the idea of incorporating peace education into curricula has spread like wildfire to Kosovo and beyond. Mr. Man Hee Lee, Chairman of Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) and Chairwoman of the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG) were invited to the University of Pristina, Kosovo to give a special peace lecture.

In the presence of over 400 students and professors, the heads of the university announced future plans to incorporate peace education into their curriculum by establishing the HWPL Peace Education Course. This special course will teach students about HWPL’s peace initiatives and its affiliated organizations’ activities. This will strengthen the solidarity among students to work together to achieve peace in this generation. Chairman Lee’s speech covered the critical tasks and roles of youths in achieving the cessation of all on-going conflicts through properly learning the practical activities which will bring peace.




Chairman Man Hee Lee said, “If we are taught to envision a peaceful world, we will be able to greet the new era of peace sooner. The IWPG and the International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) have fully dedicated their efforts to make peace a reality and collaborate with HWPL to incorporate peace education into school curriculum throughout the world. We urge educators to cooperate with us to provide a comprehensive peace program for students in all grades.”

Chairman Man Hee Lee and the HWPL Peace Delegation also visited Kadri Zeka University where school representatives announced future plans of promoting peace in the University and community and resolved to also become a HWPL Peace Academy. Chairwoman Kim said during her keynote speech, “People in all sectors of society, as well as NGOs promoting peace along with schools, need to collaborate with HWPL to teach our youth about the work of peace.”

HWPL is in the process of developing a comprehensive peace program which provides an educational framework for interfaith conflict analysis and resolution, interfaith peace dialogue sessions, and explains how they were able to build alliances between religions through their World Alliance of Religions Peace (WARP) Offices. HWPL will work to design programs and courses to enhance the peacemaking capacities of individuals and organizations from various faiths through WARP Office events and will highlight HWPL’s most recent peacemaking efforts.


Sunday, January 10, 2016

Peace Speech of HWPL Chairman Man Hee Lee, in Albania


Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL 
Gives Keynote Peace Speech 
in Albania


Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL Gives Keynote Speech at the 25th Anniversary of the Fall of Communism in Albania

Tirana, Albania – Upon receiving an invitation from President Bujar Nishani of Albania, Chairman Man Hee Lee of Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) made the long trip from South Korea to Albania. Albania is located at the center of Balkan Peninsula, also known as the “Powder Keg” of Europe, because of the political and religious conflicts that have long persisted there.

December 8th at 10 a.m., (local time), the ‘25th Anniversary of the Fall of Communism’ was held in Tirana Sheraton Hotel, celebrating the revolution in Central and Eastern Europe that led to the fall of communism in 1990 which was stirred by a youth movement. Hosted by President Nishani, the anniversary, considered the biggest commemoration in Albania, was attended by over 80 leaders in various fields including, former and current political leaders from all over Europe such as President Atifete Jahjaga of Kosovo, Stjepan Mesić, former President of Croatia, and Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey. As a Korean War Veteran at the forefront of leading the unification of the two Koreas, Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL, accompanied by Chairwoman of the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG), was invited to deliver a keynote speech.


Chairman Man Hee Lee said “Korea is a country divided into North and South by political leaders. The North is yet far from being liberated from the Communist party. Dear citizens of Albania, let us become messengers of peace and leave a legacy of peace to future generations by ceasing all wars on this earth. Through urging the implementation of the International Convention on the Renunciation and Cessation of Wars and International Armed Conflicts, let us make a peaceful world where we can also form a strong alliance of religions, moving the heart of individuals in search of peace amid struggles and persistent violence in the world.”


※ About Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL  

HWPL chairman ManHeeLee is someone that all mankind should at least meet once in order to accomplish world peace. 
HWPL Chairman, Man-Hee Lee who fulfills world peace and restoration of light through the culture of heaven, was a Korean War veteran, who fought in the frontlines. Having been deeply deplored over the tragedy of the fratricidal war and the death of the citizens of his own, Chairman Man Hee Lee refuses to take any money that the Korean government provides monthly for former war veterans. 
He is a peace activist who loves his own nation and citizens, and works vigorously in effort to bring peaceful unification to the Korean peninsula. 
While watching the tragedy of the fratricidal war, Chairman ManHee Lee made up his mind before his dying comrades that he would accomplish world peace and restore the lost light for his own country and citizens.


Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL, his country is Korea.
Korea is very small, and it is divided into north and south; and its division came from different ideologies, too. It is the country that experienced the tragedy of fratricidal war.

Back in 1950, the tragic Korean War broke out on June 25th. North Korean soldiers forced their way down to the southern part of Korea and occupied all the land excluding the region around Busan, South Korea. South Koreans, with the help of UN soldiers, pushed their way north and were able to reach Mt. Backdoo. As soon as they reached the far northern side, Chinese soldiers intervened, and the South Koreans had to retreat back to the 38th Parallel.

Like the phrase "War and Peace," the peace that has come is more precious and valuable to us due to the history of conflicts, strifes, and wars.

The world that transcends national boundaries, race, religions, and ideologies will come.
As a farmer cultivates the field and levels its surface, it will be a world of equality where there is no one higher or lower and everyone becomes one. It is the world of the future.
It is a dream world but it is no longer a dream, and it continues to unfold before us by HWPL.

"World Peace" spread out before our eyes. Yippee~  Yeah~.~


Dalai Lama Peace Quotes


Dalai-Lama XIV

<Dalai Lama> 
Peace Quotes



Dalai Lama Peace Quotes -

"Don't let the behavior of others 
destroy your inner peace." 




"A person who practices compassion 
and forgiveness has great inner strength,
whereas aggression is usually a sign of weakness."

The 14th Dalai Lama Quotes -



♣ By The Peace Line

Saturday, January 9, 2016

HWPL, Man Hee Lee Peace Maker


HWPL, Man Hee Lee 
Peace Maker,
 What can we use 
to achieve world peace?



HWPL, Man Hee Lee Peace Maker, 
What can we use to achieve peaceful world, world peace? 



HWPL, Man Hee Lee Peace Maker, 
What can we use to achieve world peace?

The difference between war 
and peace is like a piece of paper.

"You only?" 
"Me only?"

If we all united with one heart 
and mind wouldn't peace be possible?

"It's us!" 
"Death?" 
"War?" 
"Weapon?"

It is utmost important for everyone 
to become 'peace evangelist' who speads 
the message of peace in order 
to accompolish the world peace.

"No? No for sure?" 
"Not really?"

Because accomplishing the world peace 
applied to each and every one of us, 
it becomes our duty to let the whole world 
know about the peace movements.

"Okay! 
We love peace♥"

Yes! You and Me, we love all peaceful world~ ^.^*



Friday, January 8, 2016

A Wonderful World, A Peaceful World!


A Wonderful World, 
A Peaceful World!




Okaïdi and Playing for Change are teaming up to unite 
and help children around the world trough music.

Wherever you come from, whatever political, economic, 
spiritual or ideological beliefs you might have, 
music has the power to break down barriers and unite us all.

Strongly convinced of this, the Playing 
For Change movement was set up to inspire, connect, 
and bring peace to the world through music. 
The movement funds projects such as building schools 
or running music education programs around the world.

Okaïdi and Playing for Change share the same values 
of commitment, being open to others and fraternity. 
So it was only natural that they should team up 
to bring children together using an optimistic, 
universal song known by all generations.

This song was rearranged and performed by three children's choirs 
from three different cultures and continents, 
North America, Africa and Europe who were accompanied 
by the Playing for Change musicians.


Why don't you sing and dance with joy along?

 What a Wonderful World  song 



I see trees of green, red roses too 

I see them bloom for me and you

And I think to myself what a wonderful world.

~ ♬ ♪ ♩ ~

I see skies of blue and clouds of white

The bright blessed day, the dark sacred night

And I think to myself what a wonderful world.

~ ♬ ♪ ♩  ♬ ♪ ♩ ~

The colors of the rainbow so pretty in the sky

Are also on the faces of people going by

I see friends shaking hands saying how do you do

But they're really saying I love you.

~ ♩ ♪ ♬ ~

I hear baby's cry, and I watched them grow

They'll learn much more than I'll ever know

And I think to myself what a wonderful world.

Yes, I think to myself what a wonderful world.



"A Wonderful World", what it means?
I think this^is^ Peaceful World~  

- The Peace Line