Form your group

Hello friends!
We must go into serious action with Excellent World International Organization. The time has come for us to form our groups. There ARE NO CONDITIONS, AND NO OBLIGATIONS FOR FORMING A GROUP.
Al that is required is that you focus your group’s work on values that can contribute to make the world an excellent place for everybody. This organization belongs to all of us. Call you group Excellent World International Organization …(add name of maybe your country, city, village, quarter, street etc) It is all left to you. The number of members in your group is left to you. You decide your by-laws and activities. Everything is decided by you.

You remain a member of the Excellent World International Organization family by love not obligation or law. Groups may support others; twin etc. Freely, without obligation, post reports on your activities here through the comment box and they will be published for other members elsewhere not only to know what you are doing but to draw inspiration from you.

Encourage more groups to be formed anywhere in the world. The idea is to be working for an excellent world and encouraging others to do same.

Many thanks and love to you.
Ngobesing Suh Romanus,
Founder,
Excellent World International Organization.

Injustice is destroying the world.

Do you know the worst form of human rights violation?

 
Human rights are violated everyday in the world; and the worst form of it is injustice.
Injustice is destroying the world. The world shall know no peace until it knows justice.

 
Have you ever stopped for a moment to think about the injustice that is destroying the world? Or have you ever asked yourself why there are protests and wars all over the world?
The world is more or less a boiling pot of violence, always steaming with problems, with people running up and down, protesting, and fighting. The reason is there is so much injustice going on.
People are fighting for justice
Wherever you find people fighting, they are searching for justice. They want justice to prevail. They want to get their own fair share of the abundance of the world.
If there is no justice it is because there are too many greedy and unscrupulous people

Many people are pushed by greed to want all the good things of life only for themselves. They already have what they need; but they want more; and will stop at nothing to take the little that others have to add to theirs.

 

While some people are fighting to have their own share or just to have a little share of what is available for all to enjoy, there are the greedy ones are fighting to have everything for themselves.
It can never be over stressed that the world will know no peace until it knows justice.
Deeply entrenched in every human heart is a desire for justice. All normal human beings yearn for justice.
It unfortunately that we people, especially in positions of power, who think they can trample on justice and go free. They practice injustice with impunity deceived by initial success to think that they can get away with it. Hence, they continue to trample on others; and eventually, however, they are caught up and they pay dearly for it directly or indirectly.

Indirectly, it may be transferred to their progeny. Hence, although they may seem to leave the world scene scotch-free, they are not free as such.
There is no gainsaying that injustice anywhere in the world will bring trouble; if not immediate later.
The institutionalization of injustice is the cause of the violent protests and wars that we have everywhere in the world. This is too bad for the world. So much destruction is caused; and so many losses in material and human lives are incurred.

 
A time-bomb

 
Wherever we find injustice but do not find violence, let us not be deceived. It is not a situation of peace. It is a time-bomb. If it does not explode today, it will explode tomorrow. If it does not shatter us today, it will shatter us tomorrow; and if we are not the ones to be shattered, some other person shall be shattered. The bottom line is there will be destruction.
We have to be careful how we handle justice in the world. This demands that we fully understand what is justice and what is injustice.

 

By justice we mean the even or fair distribution of common resources of the earth. By injustice we mean the uneven distribution of these resources. Cheating, trampling on others, treating others as if they were second class citizens; depriving others of what is rightfully theirs all constitute injustice.
God meant and still means the world to be a just place for all. Sadly, some have decided that, like the pigs in the novel ‘Animal Farm’ by the famous writer George Owell, they will be ‘more equal than others’; and so they swim in opulence while others perish in misery. This is gross injustice.
Undoubtedly, as long as this situation continues, there will hardly be peace in the world. The victims of injustice anywhere in the world will always seek ways to rise and ask for their due as we witness daily in the upheavals, violent protests and wars that are everywhere.
History has a record of many leaders who practiced injustice on their indolent and apparently helpless people and prided themselves of having achieved peace for them, just to get up one morning to have the shock of their lives when, from nowhere, the people began to hit the table to say ‘enough is enough’.
Many of us have borne witness to this happening; and sometimes it is where no one ever expected it to happen. Do we not remember the recent happenings in Iraq, Libya, Egypt, and many other countries of the world?
Justice ought to prevail in the world for us to have peace; and for this to happen, love is the prerequisite. We need love to reign in the hearts of the people of the world so that we may have a just world.
Where there is love there is kindness. When we love, we are kind to the one we love; and when we are kind to someone we are just to them. As the French writer truly says, “We cannot be just if we are not kind-hearted.” How can anyone be just if he is devoid of a human heart?
For anyone to have power without a sense of justice, can be a most unfortunate thing to happen. Such a person can do a lot of evil. Unfortunately, in today’s world, there are many people who have enormous power in their hands but are devoid of a spirit of justice. There can be no wonder, therefore, that we see what we see in the world; that the world is full of evil.
As violence begets violence,
Evil begets evil,
Injustice begets injustice;
Peace begets peace.
Thus, we all need to examine our hearts and minds to see what fills it. Is it a sense of justice or a sense of injustice that fills your hearts and minds?
Do you often find yourself scheming to cheat, steal, exploit, or trample on others to get what does not belong to you, not caring about others? To do any of these is to promote injustice in the world. Rest assured that it will come back to haunt you.
Injustice in the political arena
A good arena where injustice flourishes is the political arena. Many politicians are strong promoters of injustice, which is a shame; and a pity. It is not uncommon to hear someone openly claiming that there is no justice in politics; that the just politician does not succeed.
Does the just politician not succeed?

 

Of course, the just politician succeeds. The just politician ought to be the only politician who succeeds. The unjust politician is always a woeful failure even if he comes out victorious from the ballot box. In the judgment of the creator which is the only judgment that truly matters, he is a great failure.
Justice is important in the world. Let us do all we can to promote justice in the world. Let all the children of the world have their fair share of the resources of the world.
If justice prevails, peace will prevail. If peace prevails, the world will be an enjoyable place for all.

Obama challenges the world

U.S President Barack Obama is on a crusade for the poor. He wants the gap between the rich and the poor in his country reduced.  This move is welcome not only for the citizens of the United States, but for the whole world.

There is a worrisome gap between the rich and the poor everywhere. In many countries, the rich have more than enough for themselves and much to throw away while some cannot afford the basics to live on. This is one of the injustices destroying the world.

Those who swim in wealth do not work harder than those who wallow in misery. In fact, it is the reverse. Those who work hardest reap the least from their work. Those who spend time enjoying live on the sweat of those who work hardest but are voiceless.

The world needs to do something not to reduce the gap between the rich and the poor, but to completely eliminate it.

Is it possible? Why should it not be? This gap has been created by us humans. We can also eliminate it.

What makes it difficult is our thinking which emanates from our education.

Our education has made us believe that it is normal for some people to swim in wealth while others perish in misery. Our education has built greed in our hearts and we want to be fine alone while others suffer.

There is a need for us to be a re-educated to see that the resources of the world are meant for everybody not for a few alone. We need to be re-educated to see the injustice in the way the resources of the world are distributed and do something about it.

It is comforting that the leader of the most powerful nation of the world has seen this injustice and is not only talking about it but is actually trying to do something about it. Although he is focusing on his country, if there is success here, it will, over the years, extend to other countries.

President Obama’s effort merits support. The U.S Republican House Speaker, John Boehner says the authority President Obama “has doesn’t add up to much for those without opportunity”.  This may be right if we go by the country’s Constitution. The question is: why can’t those who can do something about it do it? Why can’t they fight for those without opportunity? How will they escape being labeled as greedy if they do nothing and let the situation continue as it is.

I want to hail Mr. Obama for what he is doing for those without opportunity in his country.  It is a challenge to everyone of us in the world to fight for people without opportunity where we find ourselves.

I thus call on you to speak out loudly and clearly in favor of policies in your country and the world that close the gap between the rich and the poor.

You can start right here through your comment. Remember: anyone who is silent in the face of the wrong things going on in the world is an accomplice as far as that wrong ins concerned.