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President Trump’s ‘sovereignty’ talk was what the UN needed to hear

Here are excerpts From President Trumps speech to the United Nations.

Trump’s critics misrepresent the speech and misunderstand the nationalist vision that Trump was setting out. He didn’t defend a valueless international relativism.

“The Marshall Plan,” he said, “was built on the noble idea that the whole world is safer when nations are strong, independent and free.”

He said, repeatedly, that we want “strong and independent nations” committed to promoting “security, prosperity and peace.” And we look for nations “to respect the interests of their own people and the rights of every other sovereign nation.”

Trump’s standards aren’t drawn out of thin air. A consistent nationalist believes in the right of every nation to govern itself. Moreover, modern nationalism developed alongside the idea of popular sovereignty — i.e., the people have the right to rule, and the state is their agent, not the other way around. This is why the rise of nationalism was the worst thing to happen to dynastic rulers in Europe.

Trump’s core claim that “the nation-state remains the best vehicle for elevating the human condition” is indubitably correct; it is what makes self-government possible. Given the choice between being governed by imperial center or transnational authorities, the people of almost every nation will choose — and fight if necessary — to govern themselves. (See the American Revolution.)


I took from this that if all nations respect the sovereignty of each other nation. And the government of each nation represents and respects the interest of their people. That the world will be a safer better place for all people.

“Respect” is the buzz word here. Every person has beliefs and feelings and national norms that can be different from the beliefs and national norms of people from other countries. That should be a good thing. It makes all individuals unique. It makes each country unique. It keeps us all from being duplicated drones with the personality of a pencil. Why spend the time to travel to another country if it is just a duplicate of the one you live in? Embracing the differences country to country. Embracing the differences of one person to another is what will bring this world to a peaceful existence.

All people are created equal and have just as much right to live a safe, happy and rewarding life as each other person.

Respect each other and embrace our differences and we all will live in a world at peace. Period!

That’s what I got out of President Trump’s speech. What did you get?

The Founder

Pink For Peace

Have You Ever Said This To Yourself?

Sit back a moment relax and let your mind clear. Then say this to yourself: ” I Believe In Me”

I believe in me

  Then make a mental note of how that made you feel. How your mood may have changed. Did it inspire you in some way?

Self talk is very important to your own well being. Because it is how we feel about ourselves that has so much influence on everything we think and do. When I get up in the morning no matter how I feel at that moment.  I give thanks for the new day ahead of me. Personally I too have been through some rough patches in my life and have dreaded each new day because I just knew that it would be as dreadful as yesterday.  Many People have experienced a time in there life where it seems that every decision they make seems to get them farther from where we want to be. At these times it is real easy to give into the situation and just let the feeling of our self being no good and unable to get anything right take over our mindset. When a person lets this happen they put themselves on the sidelines of life.

Positive self talk no matter what the situation is, will allow you a more open mind to see your way through what ever is going on in your life.  With a more open mind you will be able to understand more about the situation and what you need to do to deal with it. Negative self talk will pull you away from what is happening and basically avoid the situation.

I believe in myself, But over time through self analysis and trial and error I have a fuller understanding of my abilities and limitations. For instance I do not have a sense of negative self worth because I am not a pro football player. When I was was younger I never was very good at playing football and did not have the desire to become better. But I could ride a wheelie on my bike for a full city block. Even though a friend of mine finally road a wheelie a block and a half and beat my record. I  was satisfied with my accomplishment of one block and felt good for his hard work to accomplish setting a new record. But did not feel good for him at the expense of feeling negative for myself.

Positive self talk goes hand in hand with a deeper understanding of our own abilities and our desires as to what we feel comfortable with and like doing.  Hey I am completely happy being a spectator and watching the New England Patriots Play a game.

If you believe in yourself and have a decent understanding of your present abilities. You can be happier at whatever it is your desire to do.

The Founder

Pink For Peace

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The Color Pink

The meaning of the color pink is
unconditional love and nurturing


The color pink represents compassion, nurturing and love. It relates to unconditional love and understanding, and the giving and receiving of nurturing.

A combination of red and white, pink contains the need for action of red, helping it to achieve the potential for success and insight offered by white. It is the passion and power of red softened with the purity, openness and completeness of white. The deeper the pink, the more passion and energy it exhibits.

Pink is feminine and romantic, affectionate and intimate, thoughtful and caring. It tones down the physical passion of red replacing it with a gentle loving energy.

Pink is intuitive and insightful, showing tenderness and kindness with its empathy and sensitivity.

In color psychology, pink is a sign of hope. It is a positive color inspiring warm and comforting feelings, a sense that everything will be okay.
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Personality Color Pink


If Your Favorite Color is Pink:

If pink is your favorite color, you are loving, kind, generous and sensitive to the needs of others.

You are friendly and approachable with a warmth and softness others are drawn to.

You are the nurturers of the world – you love to give nurturing and to receive nurturing in return.

With a personality color pink, you have a maternal instinct, with a need to protect and take care of others. You also have a need for this caring to be reciprocated as you do tend to neglect yourself in your determination to take care of the needs of others.
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