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Day 6: Celebrating the Dawn of a New Fortune for All Mankind
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2 December 2005
FRIDAY, 2 December, 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. Central European Time, the Global Country of World Peace will celebrate the Inauguration of the Reconstruction Programme of the World—building fortune-creating homes according to ancient Vedic Architecture.
For the creation of world peace and the elimination of global poverty and misfortune, it is an urgent requirement everywhere that problem-creating homes are replaced with fortune-creating homes built according to ancient Vedic architecture.
People suffer in many ways from the wrong orientation of their homes and working places. A lot of suffering in life will be eliminated by living in 'fortune-creating' buildings constructed according to Vedic Architecture. It is not commonly known that the orientation (north, south, east, and west) of residential and office buildings profoundly affects success and progress in professional life, and the individual's health, happiness, and fortune. Properly oriented buildings constructed according to Maharishi Sthapatya Veda design (Vedic Architecture in harmony with Natural Law) promote the health, happiness, and good fortune of those who live, work, or study in them.
Maharishi Sthapatya Veda is that perfect system of construction which simultaneously handles individuality and its cosmic potential—it is a matter of deep knowledge of Total Natural Law, which handles infinity and the point at the same time always.
It is essential that all buildings in the world—houses, offices, schools, and government buildings—and all towns and cities be reconstructed according to these ideal principles of construction. Unless this is done our world family will continue to suffer unnecessarily, and world peace will always remain a question mark.
Statement issued by the Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace, Dr Bevan Morris, describing the details of the programme of the celebration.
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