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One day in peace...

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Mon, 24 Mar 1997 22:52:03 -0500 (EST)

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For consideration by all those on the list.

ONE DAY IN PEACE, JANUARY 1, 2000.This is a 24-hour concept where no guns are
fired anywhere on earth, including on television. What if, for 24 hours,
whosoever happens to be at war on December 31st, 1999, agrees that for one
whole day no guns would be fired? The silence would be golden.

And what if the television programmers of the world agreed to not air any
programming with a violent content? (It would probably be easier to get
warring nations to stop firing than it would be to get the world's television
programmers to not air violent programming.)

At present, this ONE DAY IN PEACE concept is beginning to get further
On April 6, 1997, it will be 1000 days until January 1, 2000.

This is a thought-wave campaign. Which is to say, the more people who
grasp this thought, the more it comes into reality.

One Day In Peace, January 1, 2000...pass it on...expect a miracle.

Paul Sheridan
Art Department
Brooklyn College/CUNY
2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210-2889

Phone: (718) 951-5359
Fax : (718) 951-4728
e-mail: sheridanpa
or: sheridan

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