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New celebration day for world calendar
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5 July 2007
A special new day of celebration, a 'Day of Invincibility' on 2 July, is to be included in the celebration calendar of the Global Country of World Peace, in honour of the great achievements of Raja Luis, Raja (Administrator) of Latin America.
After hearing country after country pledging dates for the achievement of invincibility on 2 July, Dr Bevan Morris, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace, said 'Maharishi felt that what we saw today should be visualized in the world for all time.'
'Maharishi would like today's celebration to be an inspiration for every country, year after year, today and onwards, in the reign of Raja Luis.' Dr Morris said it is the celebration of 'the dates of invincibility being achieved, being announced as they were today by all the leaders from Latin America and the Caribbean. Maharishi said it was such a joy for him to hear that—such a joy that it is happening on a real basis—invincibility in all these countries.'
So now, Dr Morris said, a permanent celebration of invincibility is being designed for all nations, to celebrate 'such a rise of the sun' for so many countries. When every nation celebrates its invincibility, the ceremony in that country will be presided over by Raja Luis, in the company of the leading light of invincibility of that nation.
'So very beautiful', Maharishi said. 'So we'll make programmes for today's inspiration to spread around the world and continue year after year, and inspire the patriotic people of every nation.'
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