Kewanee, IL (PRWEB) August 11, 2012
Loves Immortal Dream of World Peace: True Peace Through Equality is an insightful literary composition that discusses very relevant topics about the current global status in terms of political, economic and social issues that can be resolved by integrated humanitarian efforts. Written by author Seajay Freedman, this compelling book perspicaciously delves into the human condition and highlights effective and reasonable ways in which the world can attain peace and tranquility through diplomatic affairs.
Unwilling to give up her faith in mankind, Freedman lived the better part of her life in deep study of her fellowmen and her research of peace. Gradually, she has created a full-blown analysis of peace which came to her one at a time. For the past 40 years, her mind has put together the fragmented pieces of the puzzle, all in accordance to present times. And after immense collaboration and analytical efforts she finally unleashes her findings through this thought-provoking and insightful read.
In the first chapter, the author discusses the status quo and the current state of affairs. She questions the right of America as a nation to help others which, according to her, should not be imposed. Help should not be forced to those who believe they can help themselves. In such cases, there is only one solution to integrate humanitarian efforts: a kind of togetherness where everyone can profit. A beacon of light that transforms the world, this book sheds hope – not only for the poor, the homeless, and the destitute – but for everyone, regardless of race, color, or creed.
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Loves Immortal Dream of World Peace * by Seajay Freedman
True Peace Through Equality
Publication Date: October 24, 2003
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