Dear Your Highness, Pope Francis, President Barack Obama and Mr. Mark Zuckerberg - PeaceCraft.Us Meeting Day 3
The United Nation's has declared an International Day of Peace and Global Ceasefire. While the goal is admirable, the strategy is flawed. It is impossible to get every country on this earth to lay down their arms all at once.
Rather than taking this approach, I would like to propose to the three of you a much more rational and potentially effective approach toward achieving peace that I truly believe if you would all be willing to meet together, we could make this happen.
What's Your Verse?
The idea is to take peace one day at a time, focusing on one country at a time. The strategy is to get the United Nations to declare an individual day of ceasefire for each and every country on earth. The United Nations would determine the dates with a great degree of thought, lining up all of the nations who currently do not have war within their borders, putting their days first and then moving on the countries that might potentially be able to lay down their arms for a single day.
PeaceCraft.Us is a filibuster for peace. It is a combination of Live Aid from the 80's, the filibuster from the United States Senate and the 21st Century social media platforms such as Facebook. PeaceCraft.Us is a plan to have celebrations of culture, art, music, fatih and science in each country, day after day, with observers being able to participate through the implementation of an Alternate Reality Game which would be a combination of Pokemon Go and Google's Ingress, fully sponsorable and interactive across the globe.
One Day at a Time, One Nation at a Time
A Filibuster for Peace.
I write to each of you because I know that you have seen your own dreams come true and I know that each one of you believes that we can achieve a great deal more. Let's put together an Olympic sized global effort in conjunction with the United Nations to line up 196 straight days of peace, one day and one nation at a time. It's doable and with your help, achievable.
I hope you will take a moment to consider a meeting of the three of you in an attempt to do more than any of us dreamed was possible. The question is not whether we can achieve peace on earth. The question is 'what's your verse?'
I look forward to the honor of meeting you and working with each of you toward this very valuable goal.
Peace and pay it forward,
What's Your Verse?