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Supreme Master Ching Hai: Peace with North Korea Is Possible

Supreme Master Ching Hai: Peace with North Korea Is Possible

Los Angeles, California: “Continue praying for peace. But don’t worry; it [war] won’t happen,” says Supreme Master Ching Hai, world-renowned spiritual teacher and Gusi Peace Prize-winning humanitarian, at a teleconference held on April 14 at the invitation of Supreme Master TV staff in Los Angeles, USA. - www.SupremeMasterTV.com/peacefulplan (multi-language subtitles).

Her insights made during the discussion may shed light, for both world leaders and citizens, on how peace can prevail on the Korean peninsula and the world.

“There is nothing to worry about because the North Korean leader and the North Korean people are intelligent; they are human. They know it is suicide if they start a war with anybody,” the peace advocate explains. “Having denuclearization is the best thing to do because having a nuclear weapon is not an insurance for your country’s safety at all. If you destroy others, they will destroy you. … So nowadays, everybody understands the situation.”

To resolve the situation, Supreme Master Ching Hai encouraged sincere and fair dialog among the countries involved, saying that the North Koreans, “just probably want to be noticed, want to be talked to in a respectful or fair manner. Maybe that’s what we should do – talk to each other, fairly, respectfully.”

In particular, through meditation Supreme Master Ching Hai was able to share a deeper understanding about North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. “He doesn’t have violence in his being. He doesn’t want war at all,” she stated. “Even though he’s young, he’s a smart person. He has been educated in Europe, and he is in love at his age.”

Supreme Master Ching Hai said that with sincere plans and fair talks for denuclearization, the Korean peninsula could soon be nuclear-free. She stated, “They will find that Mr. Kim Jong-un is not that difficult to talk to. He is young; he is open. He has been educated in the West. It's just that he is [new and] young and [has] many advisors around him, and he has to cooperate with them also.”

She also offered insight on how North Korea could become a more successful nation, both in benefiting its citizens as well as the world. “We all live here together and we should get to know and appreciate each other and learn from each other, to make friends with each other on the same planet, as a big family. The free world people surely would like to make friends with the North Korean people.”

Beyond the Korean peninsula, Supreme Master Ching Hai further shared useful advice for any two parties at odds with each other, “Anything for peace is worthy to pay, and then it’d be done. [They] have to put down the pride, both sides, and really concentrate on the welfare, development, peace and prosperity of their own people, and just shake hands and sign and live next to each other in peace, like good neighbors. Then it’s done. … Every peaceful plan will be done.”

Along with comforting words of hope for a more peaceful world, Supreme Master Ching Hai shared a message for the world as follows: “[We] should concentrate on doing good things. Pray and meditate whatever way you can to the highest possible spiritual power. Eliminate evil tendencies in all corners of your life. Remember God at all times. Be grateful for whatever you have and all the blessings all over around you and in your life. Pray for the world’s wellness. Be vegan, make peace. And be grateful for your beautiful life and enjoy your short but beautiful existence.”

A 3 hour full television rebroadcast of this enlightening and timely teleconference is being aired exclusively on Nelson’s Mainland Television, at 8:55am this coming Sunday, June 23rd, Subsequent one-hour segments will follow on Sunday, June 30th, Sunday, July 7th and Sunday, July 14th. ENDS

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