Peace and Prosperity
In 2017 I'm marching for world peace and prosperity. In the early 1900s my grandparents came to the U.S. seeking peace and prosperity. My father fought in Germany and Korea for peace and prosperity. I protested in the 1970s for peace and prosperity. I now march for peace and prosperity not only for my grandchildren, but for all present and future generations of all of us, all nations, all races, all beliefs. Without peace and prosperity throughout our world, none will be sustained.
Until the rhetoric of this election I naively thought we, in the U.S. were well in our way to leading to that accomplishment. It's now obvious that there is much more work to be done. That someone who can speak so disparagingly about so many was elected as our president is a wake up call to all of us. We must all march for world peace and prosperity, in our hearts, in our families, in our communities, in our country, throughout our world.