About that U.N. Peace Medal I Received
About that U.N Peace Medal I received from Robert Muller
Date: 2/25/2009 9:18:31 PM ( 10 y ) ... viewed 5798 times
February 25, 09
I was just researching the U.N. Peace Medal
that ROBERT MULLER gave me in 1982
when he was still Under-Secretary General of the
I have a friend, my closest intimate friend,
who has sometimes planted a seed of doubt
in my mind about the validity of this U.N. Peace Medal
that he gave me.
Yesterday, On RON NASH's CAREER ZONE show,
I gave Ron a Bio note on me to read.
It is easy to misread, or misinterpret the words
that I use in this bio note.
My Bio says:
I was given a U.N. Peace Medal in 1982.
I do not mean to infer that I was the only person
given this medal in that year. Ron said
on the show, " I was given THE U.N. Peace Medal for
1982," That is not what I every said.
I just went on a look see to find my U.N. Peace Medal.
Here it is in my fanny pack. I found it. I carry it with me
every day to remind me at times.
Some of us never have the gift of know what our live purpose
is. Knowing your Life Purpose does not necessarily
make doing your Life Purpose any easier. In my case,
I do know why I am here. Many times, I forget.
Many times, I can fall into depression just as any other
person. This is not to say I do not doubt myself.
This is not to say I do not have a lot of moments of
weakness or forget. It is good to keep that
Medal close. It was given to me for the work I would
do in my life.
Some times, I have issues about not receiving enough
for what I do. Lots of times, I hear from others my work
is priceless. Remember a Kaballistic Teacher telling me that
after I did the photos for his conference of other Kabballistic
masters. He said my photos were priceless. He did not
give me any money. He did give me a stack of books,
including a Zohar. He also gave a lot of others the same
stack of books. That is not to belittle his gift.
I have been waiting in the mail for a check for work
I just did. The check finally arrived today.
It is post dated for a month, and less than the amount
I would have liked. I did not ask for what I wanted precisely
in dollars and cents. I got what the person had.
The check was sent in Good Faith.
It is my issue to Trust, and also take care of my needs
that right now including covering an unexpected $800.00
bill for brakes on the EG Mobile, as well as an upcoming
$600.00 needed for more memory/Ram on this Imac,
and $400+ just for a room when I go up to the Natural Product
Expo West at the end of next week.
I was just looking at the U.N. Peace Medal very closely.
It says Peace in five Languages, and U.N. clearly.
I do not see any mention of the word medal,
as I reported in my story on the internet.
Did I really get a U.N. Peace Medal from Robert Muller
in 1982???????? DId I get this wrong?
Is this just some kind of medallion?
I went looking on the internet.
I found this:
There is a picture of the another U.N. Peace Medal
and the story. Do you see the blue wrapper, Leslie???????
That was where it said, U.N. Peace Medal!
Over the years, the blue wrapper that came with
my U.N. Peace Medal disintergrated. I would never
have remembered that it even came in a blue wrapper.
Here is the blue wrapper:
Here is the story that I found
on this same link where I found
the Blue Wrapper that original
enclosed the U.N. Peace Medal
that Robert Muller gave me:
AN ENDURING SYMBOL OF MAN'S
ENDURING HOPE FOR PEACE
The third annual United Nations Peace Medal was officially issued on United Nations Day - October 24, 1973. This date is set aside each year to mark the international anniversary of the ratification of the United Nations charter in 1946. The medal design depicts a dove in flight, carrying a branch. The dove appears against the outline of a world globe and the word "Peace" inscribed in the five official languages of the United Nations - Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish. The design was sculptured by American medallist Norman Nemeth. The reverse side carries the seal of the United Nations, the words "United Nations" in the five U.N. languages, the year 1973 and the mintmark of The Franklin Mint, the exclusive minter of United Nations commemorative medals. The 1973 Peace Medal was also struck in gold and in silver for official presentation by Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim to Heads of State and other notables.
THE STORY I WROTE ABOUT RECEIVING THIS
U.N. PEACE MEDAL IS HERE.
As Under-Secretary General of the U.N. at that time,
Robert gave out numbers of these U.N. Peace Medals. He came
to the Mandala Conference to give one such U.N. Peace Medal
to the founder of the Conference. The story
of how he gave me the same medal that he presented
on stage at that time is HERE.
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