Thursday, March 31, 2016

Answer in the Scriptures


Is there an Answer in the Scriptures to Solve the Matter of the Illness, Pain?




"What is the cause of 'Life, Aging, Illness, and Death' in your Scripture?"

"Birth, Aging, Illness, and Death are all mentioned in the Quran. All these are the parts of the scheme that our creator put in place. In the case of Aging; it is he who decides, who dies young and who attends old age.
And Illness is something that is a part of his scheme, as it is also Allah who cures illness," answered Prof. Dawud Noibi(Christianity/Pastor of Grace Church) said, "God created human in his own image and likeness. Therefore there was no death, pain or illness for human. In Genesis Chapter 3, however, it says that Adam fell into the temptation of the serpent and committed the ultimate sin of breaking the covenant with God by eating the fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, which God said never to eat. Due to this sin God had no choice but to leave. Because God, who is the source of life, left, the days of suffering from 'birth, aging, illness, and death' started." It is interesting to note that in Islam, aging and illness are still under the divine providence of God, while in Christianity, suffering has come to human beings when God who is the source of life left due to sin.

"Is there an Answer in the Scriptures to Solve the Matter of the Illness, Pain?"


Prof, Dawud Noibi said, "God states in Quran 17:9 that he has sent the Quran as a guidance. The most important thing and the only way that we can avoid all kinds of evil(illness) that confront us in this world is to follow the guidance contained in the Quran." Dr. John Edidaha (Christianity/ Pastor of Bible Believers Centre International) answered, "Obeying God's instruction is the answer." Mrs. Sarah Mun said, "It is recorded that only through the blood of Christ we can be free from illness and death (1 John 1:7). In Christianity, it is told that all people have three sorts of sin; original, inherited and self-committed. To be free from the restraints of the 4 phases, we have to eliminate these three sins. And in the New Testament, we need to believe in Jesus, who was crucified for our sins, and worship God in spirit and in truth."

In order to avoid the suffering of the 4 phases of mankind, in Islam Allah gave the Quran as a guidance, and in Christianity. Jesus Christ who had no sin was crucified for sinners. As the discussion progressed, we were able to further hear from both Islamic and Christian representatives if there had been a real case where 'birth, aging, illness and death' was solved through the Quran, and also the reason why humans are not freed from the 4 phases, even though 2,000 years has passed since Jesus's death.

"Is There Any Records about a Case or a Person Who Solved the Matter of the 4 Phases?"

Prof. Dawud Noibi answered, "There is no answer to who solves the problem of the 4 phases of life." Dr. John Edidaha said, "Jesus is the answer. God through His Son Jesus Christ." Mrs. Sarah Mun also said "Jesus" was the answer and explained that "Jesus, the son of God was crucified and was resurrected form death to life. He overcame death and was reborn. With this, Jesus was able to free himself from the restraints of the 4 phases, and became a new form. It is recorded in the bible that he cured many ill people." Through the speeches delivered by the speakers representing Christianity, we were able to know that Jesus Christ was the main example of someone who overcame the restraints of the 4 phases. "How can Jesus solve the 4 phases for other people?" This question brought a point of curiosity among the participants.

Prof. Dawud Noibi said, "Indeed it is the responsibility of religious leaders to teach their followers. Islam teaches us that the extent to which one gives good example to others to follow will determine the reward they will receive from God on the day of resurrection. I appreciate Chairman ManHeeLee and HWPL for hosting this kind of conference. It was really lovely and I believe it was a successful one." Mr. Suji Adebowale(Christianity/ Pastor of Church of God Mission International) confessed "At the end of the day we have discovered that ultimately the expansion of this type of dialogue session will further settle down war, killing, and destruction in the world."




Friday, March 25, 2016

Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War


Declaration of Peace 
and Cessation of War






Preamble

Recalling the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations and other international instruments, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights,

Acknowledging that all members of the human family enjoy human dignity and equal and inalienable rights, and that these rights represent a necessary tenet of the preservation of freedom, justice and peace throughout the world,

Aiming to maintain international peace and security and determined to pass on to successive generations an invaluable inheritance of a world free of wars,

Ensuring the acceptance of principles and the institution of methods, that armed force should not be used, save in accordance with the limitations prescribed by international law,

Reaffirming faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women, the promotion of social progress and better standards of life for people and future generations and the need to facilitate peaceful coexistence among the world’s religions, beliefs, and ethnicities;

Recognizing that the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples constitutes a significant contribution to contemporary international law, and that its effective application is of paramount importance,


Bearing in mind the universal commitment of the world’s religions to the promotion of peaceful coexistence, tolerance and mutual respect, and the common spirit that permeates all religious scriptures and holy texts,

Bearing in mind the sovereign equality of states, and

Convinced that judicial and other dispute resolution measures can replace the rule of war with the rule of law

Call upon states 

to establish conditions under which justice and respect for the obligations arising from international law can be maintained, and

in accordance with the common spirit that permeates all religious scriptures, and the rules of international law including fundamental rights guaranteed, to undertake to prosecute and sanction gross and systematic acts of violence undertaken in the name of religion

to bring about gradual disarmament of weapons of mass destruction and weapons capable of causing widespread and unnecessary suffering and weapons incompatible with international humanitarian law.

The signatories to the present Declaration do hereby urge that all efforts be made so that this Declaration is adopted and respected by all states.




Article 1 - Prohibition of the threat or use of force

1. States should solemnly reaffirm that they refrain from the use of force in all circumstances, save where permitted by international law, and should condemn aggression as constituting an international crime.

2. States should refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of military force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state, or in any other manner inconsistent with the purposes of the United Nations Charter or international law in general.

3. States should prohibit any act or threat of violence, whatever its motives or purposes, that occurs for the advancement of an individual or collective criminal agenda.

4. States should abstain from interference in the internal conflicts of other States.



Article 2 - War potential

1. States should co-operate with a view to the gradual global reduction of armament production.

2. States should not produce, assist in, encourage, or induce; the production of weapons of mass destruction, inter alia, chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons, or weapons capable of causing indiscriminate or widespread and unnecessary suffering, or weapons incompatible with international humanitarian law.

3. States should take measures to ensure that existing weapons of mass destruction, weapons capable of causing widespread and unnecessary suffering and weapons incompatible with international humanitarian law are gradually dismantled or destroyed. States should cooperate in disarmament and the reduction of arms stockpiles, ideally under international supervision. Decommissioned weapons manufacturing facilities should be repurposed, so that they may serve purposes that are beneficial to humanity in general.

4. States should strive to reduce excessive standing armies and military bases.

5. States should cooperate to gradually diminish trade in weapons and attempt to reduce the flow of small arms to non-state actors.



Article 3 – Friendly relations and the prohibition of acts of aggression

1. In accordance with United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2625 (XXV), States should develop friendly relations based upon respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, and should take appropriate measures to strengthen universal peace.

2. States have the duty to refrain from any forcible action that deprives peoples of their rights to self-determination.

3. States should condemn the illegal occupation of territory resulting from the threat or use of force in a manner contrary to international law.

4. States should promote accountability, including by investigating alleged violations of international law, in particular, grave violation of the Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols, and should take measures to ensure that states, citizens and corporations do not contribute to the commission of violations of international law.

5. States should condemn, and should criminalize in their domestic law, the planning, preparation, initiation or execution, by a person in a position effectively to exercise control over, or to direct, the political or military action of a State, of an act of aggression which, by its character, gravity and scale, constitutes a manifest violation of international law, thus amounting to a crime of aggression.

6. States should refrain from allowing their territories to be placed at the disposal of other actors, whether States or otherwise, to engage in armed force against a third State.

7. States should bear in mind the principle of sovereign equality of states, and should seek to consult all other states, on the basis of reciprocal respect, on issues that may relate to them, in order to resolve and pre-empt disputes which may arise. This provision should apply without prejudice to human rights law and human dignity.



Article 4 – State boundaries

1. In accordance with United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2625 (XXV), every State has the duty to refrain in its international relations from military, political, economic, or any other form of coercion aimed against the territorial integrity or political independence of any State, or in any other manner inconsistent with the purposes of the United Nations. This is without prejudice to instances when such forms of coercion may be lawfully applied, inter alia, to induce states to cease internationally wrongful acts, or when sanctioned by the United Nations Security Council.

2. Every State has the duty to refrain from the threat or use of force to violate the existing internationally recognized boundaries of another State, or as a means of resolving international disputes, including territorial and frontier disputes, in a manner inconsistent with international law.

3. Every state has the duty to refrain from any act of incitement, planning, preparation, initiation or commission of an act of aggression by a state, a group of states, an organization of states or an armed group or by any foreign or external entity, against the sovereignty, political independence and territorial integrity of any State.



Article 5 - Self-determination 

1. The duty of every state to refrain from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any other state includes the duty not to engage in any action that would result in the dismemberment of any state, or force the secession or annexation of any territorial unit from that state.

2. Subject to the right to self-determination of peoples, states shall not engage in any intervention that seeks to divide or separate a state in a manner that is contrary to the rules of international law.

3. Every state has the duty to refrain from prematurely recognising an entity that has purported to secede from another state, until such a time as the latter entity has developed the necessary attributes, capacities and legitimacy to function as a state.

4. Subject to the provisions of the present article, States should encourage identifiable nation-states that have been divided by longstanding external or historical factors to engage in co-operation and dialogue. States should ensure that divided peoples are provided with their right to self-determination, including, inter alia, measures which may result in unified government.

5. Any political system in which power is exercised in perpetuity by an individual or regime amounting to a manifest denial of the right to self-determination should be condemned.



Article 6 - Dispute settlement

1. States should recognize the obligation to settle their international disputes through peaceful means including reference to the International Court of Justice, other judicial bodies, regional judicial arrangements, or through arbitration, mediation, conciliation, or other forms of alternative dispute resolution and in such a manner that international peace and security are not endangered. States should carry out any judgment or decision reached by a judicial body in good faith.

2. All states are encouraged to accept the compulsory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice, in accordance with Article 36, paragraph 2, of the Statute of the Court, without reservations, as a means of ensuring that disputes are settled peacefully and in accordance with international law.



Article 7 - Right to self-defence

1. Nothing in the present Declaration should be construed so as to impair the inherent right to individual or collective self-defence if an armed attack occurs against a State, until such time as the Security Council has taken measures to maintain international peace and security.

2. Measures taken by states in the exercise of their right to self-defence should be immediately reported to the Security Council and should not in any way affect the authority and responsibility of the Security Council under the United Nations Charter to take, at any time, such action as it deems necessary in order to maintain or restore international peace and security.



Article 8 - Freedom of religion

1. States should unite to strengthen international efforts to foster a global dialogue for the promotion of a culture of tolerance and peace at all levels, based on respect for human rights and diversity of religions and beliefs.

2. States should activate and participate in systems to enforce and protect fundamental human rights, eliminating discrimination on the basis of religion or belief, and should refrain from and prohibit the usage of religion by governments, groups, or individuals in order to justify or to incite acts of violence against others. These systems should include, inter alia, judicial mechanisms.

3. States should foster religious freedom by allowing members of religious communities to practice their religion, whether publicly or in private, and by protecting places of worship and religious sites, cemeteries, and shrines.



Article 9 – Religion, ethnic identity and peace

1. States should engage in multilateral consultations to deal with situations where differences attributable to religion or ethnicity pose a threat to peace so that necessary remedial action may be taken and to identify the root causes of a situation causing tension between different religious or ethnic groups, in order to adopt necessary measures to promote mutual understanding between the groups concerned.

2. States should take measures to ensure that religious belief or ethnic identity are not utilised as a pretext for gross and systematic acts of violence. In circumstances where individuals or groups perpetrate or assist in such acts in the name of their religion, states should take adequate measures that lead to the prosecution and punishment of such activities.

3. Recognising the threat to peaceful coexistence that violent religious extremism may cause, states should implement, in good faith, legal measures against individuals or groups attempting to perpetrate or assist in gross and systematic acts of violence in the name of religion. Such measures should, in extreme cases, include the proscription of faith groups – including sects or cults – that perpetrate acts of violence against the territorial integrity and political independence of any state.



Article 10 – Spreading a culture of peace

1. States should recognize and engage with groups and organizations that seek to further the cause of peace as a global movement. States should facilitate such groups in their awareness-raising activities, including providing tuition in human rights and peace studies, as provided for, inter alia, in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 1999 UN Declaration on a Culture of Peace.

2. States should recognize that, in order to preserve a lasting culture of peace, public awareness of the need for, and value of, peace should be created. In this regard, states are encouraged to facilitate activities, commemorations, and initiatives that engage public consciousness with peace, including the erection of peace monuments as an alternative to war monuments.

3. Heads of state and heads of government should acknowledge that they are uniquely well placed to encourage a culture of peace, and should act to support this declaration to bring about the cessation of war.

4. States should promote a culture of peace including ensuring conditions in which-
 (a) citizens are able to participate in the political affairs of the state as equals regardless of religious or ethnic differences;
 (b) a free media is maintained which allows grievances to be aired and addressed;
 (c) education is imparted to promote respect and mutual understanding among different religious, belief and ethnic groups;
 (d) the right to development of peoples, including the achievement of the UN sustainable development goals, can be realized; and
 (e) the wellbeing of all human kind with the participation of women and men to ensure peaceful coexistence amongst nations, states, and peoples may be guaranteed.




Thursday, March 24, 2016

HWPL, Press Conference [Q & A]


[HWPL Press Conference] 
After Proclamation Ceremony 
of the Declaration 
of Peace and Cessation of War




Press Conference held after Proclamation Ceremony 
of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War


Q. What is the biggest difference between the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, the one that we witnessed today, from the existing Declarations or International Peace Law? - Mr. Mohamed Eltayeb Babiker Elkhidir, Senior News Producer,  Al Jazeera

HWPL Chairman Man Hee Lee : The role of the current international law seems weak when it comes to ceasing all wars and achieving a sustainable peace. Why is it the case? It is because we have justified wars as legally permissible. Within the boundary of this Declaration which will be developed to be accepted by many, war and warlike activities cannot be initiated, all weaponry ought to be transformed into daily tools, and armies can no longer be trained. When we do this work of peace, it will be done. It was deemed impossible only because we did not do it. Stop war and peace will prevail. When we abide by what’s stated in the Declaration, war will not break out and peace will be achieved.


Q. What are the driving forces or the implementation of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War? - Mr. Bojan Stojkovski, Journalist, Makfax

Dr. Fathi Kemicha, Member of the ICCA Governing Board : The driving force for the implementation of this declaration will be what is already in the hands of HWPL. There is already a good network placed that can be expanded and we (the HWPL International Law Committee) are very optimistic about the outcomes. Once thousands and millions of young people, women, and men go for what is written in the Declaration, the states have no other choice but to listen to the civil society. We are very confident about the (implementation) process.


Q. What is the plan of actions of youth and women for the development of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War? - Dr. Mohamed Abdelwahab Allali, Professor of Communication, Institutes of Media and Communication

IWPG Chairwoman: The difference between the HWPL Declaration and existing international law is like the difference between heaven and earth. The current international law may minimize the casualties and destructions when war breaks out or tends to be half-hearted for solving conflicts. However, the law proclaimed today is designed to block war completely. We, IWPG and IPYG, the wings of HWPL, will urge this initiative to be implemented. And get agreements from all nations in the international community. It will light the global family’s hearts for peace. After the Declaration is implemented, women and youth in each country will constantly urge and monitor the governments to make sure they keep their words, and apply the Peace Curriculum to seed peace-loving minds for the future generations. This Declaration is going to be the best privilege that mankind can enjoy. Thus, we shall not stop after this Declaration but cooperate with the UN so the Earth will never go through war again. That is why all women and youth should gather their strength to achieve world peace.


Q. What is the role of media to develop the Declaration and establish the Inter- national Convention of Peace and Cessation of War? - Mr. Ram Prasad Bhandari, Senior News Editor, NTV 

HWPL Chairman Man Hee Lee : Media has a very important responsibility to be at the forefront of spreading the message of peace as active peace messengers. The Proclamation Ceremony of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War served as a pathway towards peace, providing an opportunity for the world to witness the momentous act in the history of peace. I believe media takes a great part in urging this Declaration so that everyone can take it for granted and it can be effectively implemented worldwide to greet the new era of peace.

Monday, March 21, 2016

Peace 2016 71st, Message From Japan


71st, Peace 2016 
Message From Japan

2016  71st
No war, just peace


That day
I looked up the sky I was supposed to fly.
There was a war.
It hurt many people.
We lost everything, and only a life was left.
Alone in the burnt land.


I thought I would plant a seed.
No war, just peace
-Peace for seventy years and infinity-

New constitution.
The sign of rebirth.
Liberty and Democracy.
They were just little seeds.
And I was holding them tight in my hand.
For myself some day in the future.
Rapid growth.


They worked hard.
And we were delighted with little pieces of wealth.
But war was going on overseas.
We raised the voice of refusal.

Again and again I planted the seeds.
Before we know it, wealth was in our everyday life.
I thought I could choose my own future.

Freedom.
Happiness.
Peace...
Peace?

Nothing will change," a friend said.
But somewhere inside I knew that's not true.
And the land trembled. 
March 11th.
There was a girl standing in the ocean of debris.
And I was watching that.


"It doesn't matter."
"It's gonna be alright."
There were seeds in my fist gripped.
The little seeds I had forgotten.
Harmful words flooded the cities.

Will the seeds I planted in the streets sprout someday?
"It doesn't matter."
"It's gonna be alright."
"Nothing will change."


Those words may take someone's life someday
I planted the seeds.
There was gaze without a face, and blame without a name.
I scattered handful of seeds.
The seeds were born form despair.
The despair grew the seeds.


That day, 
I was surely listening to the sound.
The battle starts here again.
The sound of the seeds changing into a life.
Let's think, decide, and take actions solitarily.
That's all we need to do.
I will plant the seeds.
Anytime.
Alone.

2016  71st
Seventy years have passed since the end of war.


Friday, March 18, 2016

HWPL Peace News: Calls for global peace get louder




HWPL Peace News:
Calls for global peace get louder

The declaration seeks to dispose the world of all armed conflicts and dis-empower those that seek to initiate war. Its core elements include the prohibition of the threat or use of force, eradication of the likelihood of war, development of friendly relations in accordance with the United Nations General Assembly Resolution and refraining from military, political, economic or any other form of coercion against territorial integrity or political independence of another state. It would seek to foster a culture of peace.

From Victoria Ruzvidzo in SEOUL, South Korea

 THE quest for global peace and harmony escalated yesterday with the historic launch of the proclamation of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War here yesterday, to bring an end to global armed conflicts and attendant challenges.

The event was witnessed by more that 1 000 senior government officials, legal experts, civic leaders, the academia and other stakeholders from across all continents.

Zimbabwe was represented by Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku, who was acknowledged during the ceremony as one of the most senior legal experts in attendance. World leaders are now expected to sign and adopt the declaration that will bind them towards fostering peace.

Spearheaded by South Korea’s Mr Man Hee Lee, chairman of the Heavenly Culture, World Peace and Restoration of Light (HWPL), the declaration was the culmination of months of formulation and global campaigns by an international law peace committee made up of 20 law experts.

“A perfect world of peace will be achieved. I believe that. We pledged to be united before God . . . before all the citizens for it to be an earth with a heavenly framework.

“In order to accomplish the collective wishes of all humanity, we have gathered here today. This very moment at this very place will never be forgotten in the history of mankind for the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War will be publicly proclaimed.

“All citizens of this globe will have to gather their hearts to acknowledge and urge this declaration to embrace the new era and the new life full of peace,” said HWPL Chairman, ManHeeLee.

The declaration seeks to dispose the world of all armed conflicts and dis-empower those that seek to initiate war.

Its core elements include the prohibition of the threat or use of force, eradication of the likelihood of war, development of friendly relations in accordance with the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2526 (XXV) and refraining from military, political, economic or any other form of coercion against territorial integrity or political independence of another state.

Furthermore, it would seek to foster a culture of peace.

“Heads of state and heads of governments should acknowledge that they are uniquely well-placed to encourage a culture of peace, and should act to support this declaration to bring about the cessation of war,” read the declaration.


Wars in Syria, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Afghanistan, Libya and those in other parts of the globe have deprived humanity of development while millions of lives have been lost.

This state of affairs was described yesterday as untenable, robbing the planet of its potential.

The declaration also seeks to prohibit the production, sales and supply of all weapons and the training of war potentials.

It also seeks to represent the voices of women and the youth, the most vulnerable in armed conflict.

“This work of peace is a task someone must take on. It is a path that leads to peace, so we must continue to look at it. We have come together to eradicate wars from the face of the earth. We must raise our voices against wars,” declared Peace advocate, ManHeeLee.

“Just as water drops merge to become a huge thunderstorm that covers an entire area, our collective voices will become a thunderstorm that wipes away the world tainted with the atrocities of war and brings out a new era of peace.”

The HWPL chairman ManHeeLee said he had traversed the globe 24 times talking about peace and he was confident his efforts would yield much.

HWPL was established a few years ago to foster peace in a world fraught with conflict. Its arms, the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG) and the International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) have also been in the forefront of eliciting support for peace within their respective constituencies.

An IPYG representative from the Phillipines drew sympathy from delegates when he said many youths and children were caught in the conflicts and yet they did not understand why there was so much conflict.

“As youths, we have questions such as: why do we have wars? Who is benefiting? When will they end.

“Indeed now is the time for all of us to aspire for world peace,” he said.

Leaders present at the launch of the declaration yesterday pledged total support for the restoration of global peace and said it was critical that everyone adopted the declaration, seen as a powerful tool to attain peace and restore human dignity.

- The Peace Line

Sunday, March 13, 2016

HWPL, Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War Broadcasting Live


HWPL, Declaration of Peace and 
Cessation of War Broadcasting Live 


Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War Broadcasting Live Click ☞ http://bit.ly/229FAXP







<Introduction, HWPL>
Building the world of peace, the everlasting inheritance

Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light (Inc.) is peace organization registered under the United Nations Department of Public Information, Republic of Korea, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Seoul Capital City.

Since its establishment by Chairman Man Hee Lee, the organization has been working with 70 branches in the Republic of Korea and 100 branches in the world.

"A global network that connects the whole world.

HWPL organized a structure that would enable the youth and the women to work together in one voice as the center of peace.

International Women Peace Group (IWPG) and International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) are working in the global peace movement as the two wings of HWPL.

Also former and current presidents of each nation, religious leaders, and many other leaders are commended as advisory committee members, international law committee members, and as ambassadors.

Through peace agreements between Mayan, Romi, Incan tribe and many other leaders of each community, HWPL is breaking the wall that divides culture and religion to bring the global community into unity.

HWPL International Law Peace Committee
Many experts and specialists of the international law are participating in the reenactment of the international law led by HWPL. The HWPL International Law Peace Committee consists of renowned specialists of international law, who are working with HWPL to bring order in the world through peace. Since its initiation in 2015, the committee has been meeting in the Republic of Korea and in London to prepare for the declaration of the international law led by the will of Chairman Lee.

HWPL Peace Education, a yeast of the future
HWPL has been educating the world on peace.
Educational institution with great traditions are focusing their attention on the HWPL peace work and has been asking to invite Chairman Man Hee Lee for a peace seminar and HWPL peace education. The schools in Israel, Kosovo, India, and Philippines have either made MOU or agreed for HWPL peace education. Currently, the HWPL peace education has been swiftly expanding throughout the world.

The history of humanity is scarred by the horrors and wounds of war

A Hero of Peace, Man Hee Lee HWPL Chairman





The Hero of Peace, 
Man Hee Lee 
HWPL Chairman
He is ......



Let us not just shout with our words “Peace! Peace!” but, instead actually run directly for peace, like HWPL Chirman, Man Hee Lee.

For true peace in the world, we must throw away the selfishness of ourselves and even within our own groups and burn with a fire of passion for peace. 

Let’s be the heroes of peace~!! 

Come watch the chairman of HWPL, Man Hee Lee!




     1. Current & Former Presidents

     2. International Law Experts

     3. Religious leaders

     4. Youth & Women’s Groups

     5. International organization representatives

     6. Press and Media


Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL in working with world leaders from all sectors of society with a feasible solution to stop all armed conflicts.



March 14th 4:00 AM(GMT) 
On this day HWPL Chairman Man Hee Lee proclaimed the 'Declaration of World Peace' reflecting the hearts of everyone yearning for peace.



※ Reference : 


Friday, March 11, 2016

HWPL International Law Peace Committee & 14 March



The HWPL International Law 
Peace Committee 
&  
on March 14, 2016



Mr. Man Hee Lee, the Chairman of HWPL
Seoul, Republic of Korea,  – The HWPL International Law Peace Committee, consisting of twenty highly respected international law experts, is to publicly present the Declaration on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace on March 14, 2016.
HWPL, Peace News

Over 1,000 internationally-renowned figures representing various fields: 

legal affairs, politics, NGOs, and media will gather at the Proclamation Ceremony of the Declaration on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace in Seoul to witness and support the Declaration – the one that will draw a new framework for an international law leading to global peace.




March 14th 4:00am(GMT) 
The moment that you have been waiting for 
if you are living on this earth!



The HWPL Revealing the Declaration 
for Peace for the sake of Humanity


HWPL, New Framework of International Peace Law


HWPL, New Framework 
of International Law 
for Achieving Peace


For Achieving Peace HWPL, IWPG, IPYG
What if the international law on the cessation of war
and achievement world peace,
which regulates all these things, were implemented?
14 March 2016
A Historic Declaration that will protect Humanity
The Law of Peace is Proclaimed in the Republic of Korea


In March 14, 2016, HWPL aims at taking a great leap forward for peace by publicly presenting the Declaration on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace at the HWPL’s Proclamation Ceremony which will be attended by Government representatives of Legal Affairs, HWPL International Law Peace Committee, HWPL Advisory Council Members & Publicity Ambassadors, and IPYG & IWPG members.

The Proclamation Ceremony will serve as a platform to not only proclaim the Declaration to the public for the first time in history but also initiate the development process of the Declaration into an enforceable International Law, thus reaffirming our solidarity in bringing forth a world without wars.

 The Declaration on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace drafted by the HWPL International Law Peace committee is significant that it includes articles on the most controversial issues as well as its distinctive solutions:


▲ To watch, "HWPL, 3.14 Proclamation Ceremony Promotion Video"


1. Conversion of weapon manufacturing facilities into beneficial use for humanity
 This stipulates an obligation to dismantle existing weapons of mass destruction and convert them into beneficial tools for humanity.

2. Prohibition on production, sales and supply of all kinds of weapons of destruction
 This stipulates an obligation to prohibit production, sales, and supply of all weapons that can be utilized against human lives during wr time, therefore blocking any attempts to motivate wars and conflicts.

3. Religious Conflict Resolution
 This is included as a provision in international law for the first time in history.
 As religion has been the center of wars and conflicts, this stipulates an obligation of religious organizations and leaders to take responsibility for religion-related conflicts to ultimately prohibit wars caused by religious misunderstandings.

4. Renunciation of possessing war potential
 This stipulates that any possible sources of conflict should be prevented. States and international organizations can play a major role in making collective efforts to discourage misuse of system, organization, or policy leading to war.

5. Establishment of Global peace Policy
 This stipulates a legal foundation that encourages states and international organizations to elicit necessary policies to achieve world peace.




Thursday, March 10, 2016

HWPL Peace Declaration Day Campaign☞The Quickest Way of Peace


HWPL Peace Declaration Day Campaign 
The Quickest
Way of Peace


♥ Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light 
We who live in this world must become one in love in order for war to have no longer a place anywhere. A world of peace is not for free. It isn’t something that is given for free without our efforts. It is by the gathering of hearts for peace and making it a reality. Through all our efforts! Through the gathering of hearts that love peace!! That is how world peace will be achieved.
Let's join us for world peace~!


I Love 'HWPL Peace Declaration Day Campaign'







I Love HWPL Peace Declaration Day Campaign

To everyone who loves peace,

Greetings from HWPL

What will you do on March 14?

This year, on March 14, the Declaration on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace, the one that will draw a new framework for an international law leading to global peace, will be publicly presented.

To that end, with an earnest heart for peace to become a reality, HWPL is launching an online campaign:

I Love HWPL Peace Declaration Day Campaign






1. Purpose

To promote the 'Proclamation Ceremony of the Declaration on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace' on March 14, 2016 through various online platforms.

2. How to join the campaign?

1) Add HWPL as a friend in your online platform (Facebook, Instagram, Line, etc.)

2) Post this image on your SNS to support the Declaration on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace

3) Tell your friends to join this campaign by sharing the image

To both those who are attending the ceremony and those who are not, let us gather our hearts longing for peace together and participate in the campaign, I Love HWPL Peace Declaration Day Campaign

Through a simple action, this small movement will become an opportunity to let the world know that peace is not really a distant dream.

Thank you.



1. Official Website
http://goo.gl/5RjzIn

2. HWPL International Law Blog

http://blog.hwpl.kr

3. HWPL Facebook official Webpage

https://www.facebook.com/hwpl.kr/

4. HWPL Instagram Official Webpage

https://www.instagram.com/hwpl/

5. HWPL Line Friends (Android/iphone App)

http://line.me/ti/p/%40sto1531f
(Open the Line App - Search - Put "@hwpl" and add as friend)

6. Weibo (Chinese)

http://weibo.com/HWPLcn?is_hot=1

7. Twitter

http://twitter.com/hwpl_kr

8. Wechat (Chinese)

http://weixin.qq.com/r/OTkyKqXEufjGreFJ92wr
(Open the Wechat App - Search - Put "HWPL" and add)



Wednesday, March 9, 2016

The Quickest World Peace, By WARP of HWPL



HWPL, End War! 
Make World Peace 
Through WARP


The world’s most beautiful words are “peace” and “love.”


Through music, through art,,, Presidents, law makers, journalists, artists, celebrities, and all people let us express peace!


What do you think of peace?

But the reality?

Did you hear the cry for peace?

Do you want peace?

Yes!

Please cried together we want peace!

Which one do you want to leave, peace or war for your children?

We are gathering the thought on the peace, we can find true peace.


The Quickest World Peace, By WARP of HWPL 


Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Chairman of HWPL, Man Hee Lee


Chairman of HWPL Man Hee Lee
HWPL International Law 
for Peace Committee


<HWPL, Cause of War & Needs of World Peace> 

Chairman of HWPL Man Hee Lee

The very work that we are pursuing is the work of healing of nations. Once implemented, this Law will be engraved in the hearts of many people to have a peaceful life. 
The Law that cares about human dignity must be drafted, but it must not be done by any forms of power or authority. 
When we speak of democracy, whom does it represent?
Aren't citizens the faces of democracy? 

If leaders are only trying to maintain their power, we face authoritarianism in the name of democracy. 
We, the citizens of this globe, must urge to pursue true democracy. 
People are the owners of democracy. 
Are we allowing the world as it is now to continue existing regardless of human rights being utterly violated and people being mistreated in a non-peaceful environment? 

Regardless of country and generation, the law that solely protects and promises citizens’ good lives must be prioritized at an international level. 
This will be one of the imperative instruments which contributes to world peace.

Source: http://peacelaw.org/

Monday, March 7, 2016

[Peace News] HWPL, War cessation Proclamation Ceremony


[Peace News] 
HWPL, War cessation 
Proclamation Ceremony! 
When?



World Peace and War cessation Proclamation Ceremony 
to held by HWPL  



The HWPL International Law Peace Committee, consisting of twenty highly respected international law experts, is to publicly present the Declaration on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace on March 14, 2016.

Over 1,000 internationally-renowned figures representing various fields: legal affairs, politics, NGOs, and media will gather at the Proclamation Ceremony of the Declaration on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace in Seoul to witness and support the Declaration - the one that will draw a new framework for an international law leading to global peace.

The host organizations of the ceremony, Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) together with the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG) and the International Peace Youth Group (IPYG), aim to call the global community to stop wars and leave a legacy of world peace for future The Declaration on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace is significantly unparalleled in that its core elements are on the most controversial issues such as prohibition on production, sales, and supply of all weapons; renunciation of possessing war potential; and religious conflict resolution.

The proclamation ceremony will serve not only as a platform to proclaim such a Declaration to the public but also to initiate its development process into an enforceable International Law, bringing forth a world The Proclamation Ceremony of the Declaration on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace will be streamed live to the entire world.

HWPL believes that the global community should work together to create a world of peace and that they, themselves, should all become messengers of peace. Global citizens transcending nationalities, ethnicities, and religions are increasingly joining the flow of making our world more peaceful with their commitment to help establish HWPL's International Peace Law.

There was a time when there were no universal human rights. No one could have imagined but today we all take it for granted. In the same way, no one can imagine the Declaration on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace but one day our future generations will take it as a given as well.