Members of Pakistan World Peace Daily had reasons to be excited and joyful during their Mother Earth celebration of the Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM) on April 22, 2017 that was organized by Pakistani Peace Emissary, Baba Brohi in Margalla Hills National Park at Islamabad, Pakistan.
Starting with the announcement of the many new trees to planted and the celebration afterword, they showed the same sensitivity for nature as they do for people and their love for the wild places.
In her testament honoring the work of the Pakistani People, for their generous voluntary care of Mother Earth, Ambassador Renate meditated on the people’s role as protectors of Pakistan, the Planet and for All the Worlds Children:
“Let us,” she urged, “protect Mother Earth in our lives, so that we can protect others, and protect All the Worlds Children.” That means, she explained in a simple way, “protecting ourselves and the beauty of the natural world, as the Theory of Iceality shows us: respecting each of God’s creatures and respecting the environment in which they live.”
Dr. Renate continued to describe in detail a Worlds Children ethic of iceality care: “It means protecting people, animals and plants, especially showing loving concern for each and every person, especially children, the elderly, those in need, who are often the last we think about. It means caring for one another in our families: husbands and wives first protect one another, and then, as parents, they care for their children, and children themselves, in time, protect their parents. It means building sincere friendships in which we protect one another in trust, respect, and goodness. In the end, everything has been entrusted to our protection, and all of us are responsible for it. We are all protectors of Mother Earth’s gifts!”
She made a special plea to world leaders to join the Worlds Children in this ethic. “Please, I would like to ask all those with positions of responsibility in economic, political and social life, and all men and women of good will: Let us be protectors of God’s plan inscribed in nature, protectors of All the Worlds Children and of the their environment.”
This message is a positive one, calling for goodness and tenderness in the treatment of all others and the world. Addressing the hard-hardheartedness many presume to be necessary for survival in this world, she declared, “We must not be afraid of goodness, nor even of tenderness!”
In conclusion, the Ambassador spoke of the role of the Pakistani Peace Emissary as a Guardian. “To protect the whole of Pakistan, to protect each person, especially the poorest, to protect the Animals and the Plants: this is a service that Baba Brohi has called to carry out, yet one to which all of us are called, so that the star of hope will shine brightly for future generations……….”Let us protect with love all that Mother Earth has given us!”
The result of a major global public promotion at the United Nations level, is that the Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts is now considered as the cornerstone of the modern global sustainable culture of peace movement and this concept is now replicated by artists, architects, urban planners and sustainable organizations throughout the World, reflecting a still growing global audience, including: Earth Day 2017 & March for Science
Worlds Children Peace Monument’s
International Mother Earth Day 2017 Celebration
Margalla Hills National Park