The Korean Gandhi, Bringing New Peace to India

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- The world renowned pacifist, Chairman Lee Man Hee, visits India for the first time to bring world peace

Giving a speech to the International Conference of Chief Justices of the World, or ICCJW, he required the establishment of an international law for world peace. He also participated in the Peace Walk at the Montessori school, which is the largest school in the world by pupils, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.

The first Asian winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, the Indian poet, Rabindranath Tagore named South Korea as ‘the lamp of the East.’ From that light, Chairman Lee Man Hee, the famous pacifist, visited India, the country on which he is now focused.

On December 13th, Chairman Lee Man Hee, the chairman of the Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light, or HWPL, was invited to ICCJW as the first speaker to address the practical answer to end the wars and to initiate world peace.

Taking place in Lucknow Montessori, India, for the 15th ICCJW, Prakash Gupta, the Indian Chief delegate from UN; the Indian Chief committee of ICCJW; Frederick Furth, the chairman of the international judicature of the United States and 160 judicial officers from 43 different nations, including Abdul Salam Azimi, the Chief Justice of the Afghan Supreme Court, was present. The importance of this conference is that all 160 judicial officers signed a written agreement to end wars and initiate world peace. Some of the judicial officers were invited to HWPL as members of the consultative committee for establishing international law, which is in the process of being made.

Before giving his speech at the ICCJW, Chairman Lee had a peace meeting with the representative of Sihki Golden temple and the supreme representative of Hindi in New Delhi on December 11th. These religious leaders were enlightened by Chairman Lee’s speech about the concord of religions when they were invited to the WARP Summit last September. In this upcoming meeting, Chairman Lee proposed establishing a combined WARP office.

On December 12th, Chairman Lee visited the Montessori school to have a meeting with Jakdish Gandhi, the president of Montessori school, and its teachers and students. The focus of the meeting was Jakdish Gandhi presenting the peace agreement and opportunity to work as a member of the consultative committee for youth and women.

On December 13th, Chairman Lee spoke about ending wars through the law of nations and an agreement for world peace as the keynote speaker of ICCJW. During the past few years, Chairman Lee Man Hee has spoken about ‘establishing an international law to end wars’ and has performed the footwork through numerous global peace tours. He succeeded in bringing leaders from law, politics, and religions to participate in the movement from Europe, America, and Asia. Soon after, Chairman Lee joined the Peace Walk with more than 2,000 students and judicial officers to promote world peace and cessation of wars.

Last January, Chairman Lee was able to bring peace to Mindanao, Philippines, after 40 years of brutal conflicts. The area was considered to be the most tangled, disputed area in Asia. Furthermore, he gave a practical solution to peace by gathering the Catholic and Muslim leaders and uniting them under one goal. Additionally he held a Peace Walk with 120,000 residents in the area and put an end to war between the two opposing sides. Chairman Lee has visited 56 countries through 15 world tours to show the world that there is a way to bring the world peace.

Last September, HWPL held WARP (World Alliance of Religions Peace Summit) in Seoul that surprised the entire world and the organization is tirelessly working to end wars and bring world peace in many ways. Assembled were leaders, politicians, media members, religious leaders, and youth leaders from 170 nations, all united to establish an international law. Religious leaders supported the unity of religions and they promised to give each other strength to bring peace for the world

The Lamp of the East In the golden age of Asia Korea was one of its lamp–bearers and that lamp is waiting to be lighted once again, for the illumination of the East.

Rabindranath Tagore wrote this song after hearing the news that Korea could not gain its independence after the March 1st Independence Movement. He wanted to encourage Koreans since they were going through cruel a Japanese colonization period. By saying the lamp of the east, Tagore wanted to convey the strong will and flexibility of Korean culture. The same strength that now carries the message of peace out to the world.

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