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Top Amazonian tribal leader praises Global Country of World Peace programmes
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24 November 2010
Haru Kuntanawa, a top leader of Amazonian tribes, recently visited MERU, Holland and spoke about his commitment to strengthen and protect traditional peoples and cultures—and the whole world—with the support of the programmes the Global Country of World Peace.*
Mr Kuntanawa began by speaking of the value of the forest and the knowledge of the traditional cultures of the forest people.
A practitioner of the Transcendental Meditation Programme, Mr Kuntanawa said he felt at home in MERU and at home with Transcendental Meditation because meditation is also a tradition in the tribes.
He emphasized the need to work together in unity and with pure hearts to save the planet.
He said that governments have an important role to play as long they offer direct practical action and not just words.
'The family in the world is one family that should come together to protect each other and the world . . . ,' he said, speaking through a translator.
It is not just indigenous peoples who benefit from the programmes of the Global Country, but the entire world, he continued.
Expressing his appreciation for the leaders in MERU and the programmes of the Global Country of World Peace, Mr Kuntanawa said: 'Thank you for this alliance, which is very important because it has been done in a way that supports the ancestors' traditions and shares knowledge to help the tribes, each other, and the whole world.'
He invited people everywhere to join in the creation of a better world. 'Together we can do something better and [support] life.'
*Please also see Global Good News article:
Leader of Amazonian tribes to launch programmes for traditional peoples
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