Pass it Forward Conflict Resolutions Meetings Underway Globally

More than 200 countries worldwide have representation in the global philosophy of "Pass It Forward."  The purpose of "Pass It Forward" (PIF) is promoting peaceful solutions to life's dilemas and challenges, according to Arlan Berglas, the Executive Director of We, The World & the Director of Global Development for World Peace One, A United World and the United World Games.  "This philosophy may be applied to any situation.  As few as two people can come together, sharing similar interests, and looking ahead to solve issues - with compassion and mutual respect.

A Pass It Forward meeting brings people together who share mutual interests.  They may bring pertinent issues to the forefront, and go forward in practical discussion.  By recognizing the present status of a situation, they may agree upon a more equitable, fair, and balanced solution.  This is accomplished by always looking ahead to improve status quo of the subject at hand -- and always showing respect and compassion toward the other participants.  

The Pass It Forward philosophy is constructive and successful in it's goals, which are to reach amicable solutions.  Each individual's point of view on a matter is valid.  Remember:  Proceed with awareness of the Six Pillars of Character -- showing respect, fairness, caring, and being responsible, trustworthy, and a good citizen. 

PIF encounters ultimately find non-violent solutions to problems with this new level of collective consciousness.  Participants must be willing to work together, amicably, toward a common goal.  Negativity will not be tolerated as it counters the very meaning of the "Pass It Forward" movement and does not promote positive accomplishment. 

PIF pursues peace by bringing together families, communities, and nations, to work collaboratively toward maximizing peaceful solutions, while achieving a global interdependent community.  This vibrational level of consciousness is key to creating a paradigm shift that adjusts and accommodates global peace.

This global awareness consists of individuals, groups and organizations who are publishers of peace by volunteering their talents and gifts to help make the world a better place.

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Comment by Yves M. Musoni on October 24, 2011 at 3:06pm

I love the philosophy of a United World. I believe that ''the Human Right to Peace''(1) is the precursor to Global Development for World Peace.  I strongly agree with the author of this article that ''this vibrational level of consciousness is key to creating a paradigm shift that adjusts and accommodates global peace''. 

Yves M.Musoni


(1) See ''On the Human Right to Peace'', Remarks by Joseph Preston Baratta on the Tenth Anniversary Celebration of The Institute for Global Leadership at Briarwood Continuing Care Retirement Community 24 March 2011


Comment by Luka Paulino Morbe Gore on October 24, 2011 at 2:53am


that can be the begining of culture of peace. but it is difficult at our end in south sudan, but gradually.

it is a good chance suppose.

Comment by Rotarian gbemi tijani on October 23, 2011 at 1:22pm

I SUGGEST Craig Zelizer should start thinking of a databank for organizations,individuals ,ceos of groups wiht similar developmental goals germane to human holistic development

Comment by Rotarian gbemi tijani on October 23, 2011 at 1:20pm

what profile of peers and friends -like minds germane to developmental philosophy can one recruit or invite to join PIF?

Comment by Rotarian gbemi tijani on October 23, 2011 at 1:18pm

how does PIF meet? online or offiline? how do you interact?

Comment by Rotarian gbemi tijani on October 23, 2011 at 1:17pm

iM ATTACTED by Arlan Berglas post on PASS IT FORWARD PHILOSOPHY that appaise any view as inherently useful peaceful -possibly compassionate as synthetic solutions to global matters but  i m equally provoked to know the coefficient of genuine local & global dispassionate empathy that global interaction has given till date .I hope this PIF can tackle whatever lapses the UN cant officially or collectively proffer solutions

Comment by Michelle Lee Rosenthal, LMSW on October 23, 2011 at 8:44am

Dear Arlan Berglas, Thanks for posting this.  It is a great idea. I will pass the idea forward as well by linking it to facebook and twitter for starters.  I will check out their websites as well.  Thanks again, Michelle

Comment by GOPI KANTA GHOSH on October 23, 2011 at 1:20am

I am is right messege...thanks

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