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Positive press reports continue on 81st day of 'Invincible Holland' course
by Paul Gelderloos, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace, Holland
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7 July 2006
Since the full moon in April, 400 Governors and Sidhas of the Global Country of World Peace have been assembled at the Capital of the Global Country of World Peace in Meru, Holland. They have come from all over Europe and are being trained personally by Maharishi to make their own countries invincible upon their return home after the assembly. Many positive changes for Holland are taking place during the assembly.
At present, the assembly is creating invincibility for Holland, since 400 Yogic Flyers flying together in one place is the 'Super Radiance' number required for the 16 million citizens of Holland. For further information, visit: http://maharishi-programmes.globalgoodnews.com/maharishi-effect/index.html
This is the news from the 81st day of the 'Invincible Holland' assembly:
- The Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) notes that for the first time the number of optimists among consumers is larger than the number of pessimists. This is a milestone, according to economist Michel Vergeer of CBS. June's Consumer Confidence report came out to be considerably higher. CBS is surprised about the upswing.
- The news reports that more women are working part-time now. However, the number of full-time, working women has declined from 30 per cent to 25 per cent.
- According to studies by the Research Institute ITS, when boys and girls are educated separately, better educational results are obtained, especially among the girls. It is noted that the development of skills and abilities in boys and girls are quite different at various age levels. Boys score somewhat better in a mixed environment, because they are influenced by the diligence of the girls, and then they become more serious about their studies. Girls, however, definitely perform better in a girls-only environment, the research found.
- Income from agriculture is rising again. The average income of farmers is 59,000 Euros per year, which is still modest in comparison to incomes in other areas, but it is enough to cover living expenses and also have some savings.
- Most Dutch people are not worried about their careers, it was reported. Only one out of five say a career is very important. Eighty-six per cent of the population say that a private happy life is much more important than having a good career. The preference is to work only four days a week, and to stop at 65 years of age. Yet, 75 per cent of the people are happy with their jobs.
- Prices of Dutch industry increased again, 7.2 per cent as compared to May 2005. This is the third year in a row that prices have risen at least five per cent per year.
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