Humanity's Destiny? by Richard Hewitt

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Bombs and bullets have covered up for mankind's failure. Charismatic leaders of ages past have led their people into war with the promises of plenty, the plenty taken from another culture.This day has past. The wide difference between the East and the West has grown wider and wider, and the intenseness of the difference between the two has reached the breaking point.There is no way that those who value human life can withstand the onslaught of those who do not. The intenseness of those who do not value human life including their own are not intimidated by bombs and bullets. In fact they welcome death. What weapon does one use against an enemy such as this, who has no fear?It is imperative therefore that those who value human life become as intense in their faith and traditions as their adversaries, not in the spirit of military might, economic might, or condescension, but in a spirit of conciliation. Only a war of ideas will save the world and its people.

About Richard Hewitt

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Hewitt is a retired businessman with careers in the oil industry, the military, and Real Estate.
Published March 12, 2003 by iUniverse. 124 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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