If the world could live in peace, how would that happen? United Nations Ambassador Clyde Rivers, Ph.D., says the Golden Rule is an actual peace policy.
Rivers will speak at a special session for international attendees and people involved in international business 8-9 p.m., Sunday at UNITE 2018 at the Gaylord Resort and Convention Center, Nashville, Tennessee.
Rivers said the Golden Rule is the only solution God gave us to live together and work in unity with each other. “Can you imagine Golden Rule politics?” he asked. “The Golden Rule in business, so not every businessman is trying to cheat you?”
He is on a 20-year mission to make sure everyone around the world hears the Golden Rule, to treat others as you would treat yourself and act in civility.
What if you have the Golden Rule operating in every facet and area of your life,” Rivers asked again, referring to the impact it would have on marriages, families, and school.
Rivers is the acting representative to the United Nations Interfaith Peace-Building Imitative and the U.N. Department of Public Information. He also is the Ambassador and Director of the North American Division of the Golden Rule International, a separate organization from his iChange Nations initiative, all dedicated to promoting civility and the Golden Rule through dialog, awards, and training initiatives. The iChange Nations program has reached 120 countries to promote honor and civility among all peoples. The organization also provides training in statesmanship and diplomacy.
Rivers says this international platform “focuses on establishing effective relationships to help people understand the value of honor and basic human rights.”
In January, Rivers received the U.S. Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award, a nonpolitical award in appreciation for his 4,000 hours of service to improving the lives of others.
Rivers will speak at a special session for international attendees and people involved in international business 8-9 p.m. Sunday at UNITE 2018 at the Gaylord Resort and Convention Center, Nashville, Tennessee.
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