Unveiling the Golden Rule to North America

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November 14, 2013 by Dr. Brian Williams

iChange Nations™ is in support of the Dr. Mussie Hailu & Interfaith Peace-Building Initiative to the United Nations in New York and African Union, as we unveil the new Golden Rule Day logo for the North American Division of the IPI, led by the Executive Director Dr. Clyde Rivers.

Golden Rule Day April 5th with Goodwill Ambassador Shield.

Golden Rule Day April 5th & Goodwill Ambassador Shield.

Professor Clyde Rivers has become pivotal point to new emerging Nations as leaders embrace a new Global Ethics of Peace.

When asked about interfaith and ethics of peace, Professor Rivers states, “as our cultures are facing more challenges than ever before we can see a continuation of underlining issues of conflict with little or no solutions to create peace.  A peace resolutions would be a reflection towards enhancing the quality of life from a global standpoint. Interfaith, is the new policy of peace which can be identified by all social cultures with just a few impacting words, “Treat other the way you want to be treated”.  “This is the expression of the Golden Rule as we seek out to honor those individuals who exemplify this principle”.

Dr. Rivers is appointed by Dr. Mussie Hailu as the Representative of the IPI.

Dr. Rivers is appointed by Dr. Mussie Hailu as the Representative of the IPI.

Once again, Congratulation Dr. Rivers on our success to lead North America towards the Golden Rule, proclaiming April 5th as the Golden Rule Day.

Written by Dr. Brian Williams | Executive Global Director

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