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Positive news continues on the 30th day of 'Invincible America' assembly
by Global Good News staff writer
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23 August 2006
On 21 August 2006 Global Country of World Peace reported: There is an old proverb that is especially true when it comes to news during the weekend, when the stock markets are closed and government is pretty much shut down: 'No news is good news'. And it was good news indeed in Lebanon, which was largely quiet. And the US business press did marvel over the weekend at the completely unexpected upsurge of positive trends on Wall Street last week.
This is just a taste of the wonderful good news coming from the United States on the 30th day of the Invincible America Course.
Global Good News reports for 19 and 20 August 2006:
Bloomberg News: Good news sends stocks soaring 5 straight days—the longest streak in five months. For the week, the Dow jumped 2.65 per cent, the S 500 gained 2.81 percent, and the Nasdaq surged 5.16 per cent. 'We've had one good piece of inflation news after another,' said Eric Green, who helps manage $3.5 billion at Penn Capital Management in Cherry Hill, N.J. 'There are a lot of positive winds in the market.'
WORLD PRESS REPORTS
Maharishi has said that we are producing this positive effect even if the global press does not recognise our causal role in creating a better time in the world. However, it is refreshing when a wise reporter DOES, in fact, report on the transformative power of Maharishi's knowledge.
SUPPORT OF NATURAL LAW
Natural disasters are born of violation of Natural Law by the people, Maharishi has said. It is clear that the Invincible America Course is bringing national life into harmony with Natural Law, and bringing the support of Nature to the nation.
Associated Press: 'No menacing hurricanes so far this year' - 'The hurricane season that was roundly forecast to be another active and destructive one has thus far fallen short of the menacing reputation that preceded it. So far this year, no hurricanes have developed. There have been only three named tropical storms. By early August of 2005, there had been four hurricanes and nine named storms.'
AgWeb (top agriculture site for farmers) 'USDA: Drought Relief in Plains' - 'Showers and thunderstorms continue to provide drought relief to pastures and early summer crops in the central Plains states which had been hit by a lengthy drought.'
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