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Unification Tree

We called it the Unification Tree. A simple paper tree that started the day with branches empty, but began to “sprout” leaves as passersby jotted down their thoughts and hopes for Korean Unification. One leaf had “Our hope for unification” the title of an old song...

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Our Hope for Unity

“Uri e sowonun tongil,” her voice waivered as she sang the lines of the song commissioned 70 years ago. It was initially a song longing for liberation, but rewritten as a song for unification after the prolonged division of Korea. Her eyes were closed, her retina...

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Panmunjeom

An uninhabited village on the western coast of the Korean peninsula lies squarely on the Demilitarized Zone. The Joint Security Area is located in this village, used until recently by the United Nations to host negotiations between North and South Korea. North and...

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Serving Nepal as One Family Under God

Through service, everyone becomes a catalyst for building connections and collectively generating solutions. The timeless ethic of serving others engages everyone, both foreign and local, in the process of building better and more sustainable families, communities and...

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Making Business Personal, as One Family Under God

One of the most important reasons why Global Peace Foundation engages such a wide variety of people from multiple sectors is because we know that long-term, sustained peace and prosperity requires synergistic partnerships working toward a common vision. Rather than...

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Never Forget their Sacrifice

“The dream of America’s Founding Fathers not only gave birth to a great nation, unique in world history to that point. It also left substantial footprints throughout the world. It set out the ideal of universal human rights, freedoms, and responsibilities and made...

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We Serve Because We Are Family

The idea of service has steadily gained ground around the world. While the specific nature, purpose and efficacy of the various non-governmental organizations differ, we might infer that the rise of these civil service organizations represents the importance people...

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Han: Transforming Injustice into Spiritual Growth

There is no equivalent for the word han in the English language.  Attempted translations include “resentment” or “grief”, but they don’t quite encompass the entirety of the word’s meaning. Yet, it is a central concept to Korean culture and history. In his book, Korean...

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