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    Posted March 4, 2014 by
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    Global Launch of “An Era of Conscience”- Power to Change the World

    As the world focuses its attention on Ukraine, the message spoken by a simple Ukrainian girl “We are civilized people, but our government is barbarian” brought worldwide urgent attention to the development of the country. As thousands swarmed the streets in protest, demanding freedom and end of corruption, the government raised its armed hand to squash the protest in a bloody manner. Since the dawn of 2014, more and more civil protests against government are spawning across the globe, from Thailand to Egypt, from Ukraine to Venezuela, what more lies beyond? Nonetheless, there is hope to be found.
    A global launch of the movement: An Era of Conscience on 16th February garnered thousands of activists and leaders from hundreds of organizations from 25 locations across the globe, including Taiwan, the US, Canada, Australia and the Netherlands. The conscience gesture was posed by everyone: close your right hand in front of your chest then put your left hand closely over it. The gesture signifies “Protect the conscience in our hearts, create an era of love and peace”. Thus far, more than 112 countries and over 200 organizations participated in this movement. This is just the beginning of the movement. As the seed of goodness is planted in the hearts of every participant, more and more people will be impacted through the butterfly effect, spreading the message of love and peace to every corner of this good earth.

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