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Beyond forgiveness



Till we accept each other in a world of peace, tolerance, real freedom and a world in which war, violence and cruelty doesn't have any participation, the world won't be the beautiful place that it's meant to be.
It may sound for many too spiritual, too romantic, too dreamful, too impossible, too philosophic, but one day mankind will remember and apply this words with honor and the highest level of respect and appreciation: War, violence, hatred, arrogance, pride, nonsense ego, indifference, abuse, mistreatment, injustice, inequality, negligence, selfishness, envy, unfairness, madness and cruelty have lost their way, and all of them must step away. Global Peace and Unity within goodness are the only way.
Even all Animal's lives should be respected and all bloody bull fighting should be banned worldwide.
Please watch this incredible video of a man that saved the life of a bull that was ready to be fought and kill in a public bloody bull fighting tournament event in Spain.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L51BxWBnQQQ
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Submitted on April 16, 2015

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I am a new poet, book writer, songs writer and singer. I been writing since Nov 2009 and I enjoy inspiring others with my words. We all have the right to be fully happy and sometimes a poem, a statement, a book or a song can give us a new direction, can become a light and change our life for good. "One of the most beautiful and empowering gifts in the world is the gift of inspiration.When someone inspires you, they help you to push the envelope, raise the bar and reach levels of emotions and happiness that you might otherwise never have reached on your own." - Guillermo Gomez Franco more…

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