Hello World! I've been offline for a while and experimenting on a new digital publishing service, which has proved unsuccessful for my non-commercial purposes, so I've resorted to this old format to continue to spread the word of peace and to encourage the aspirations of all peoples in building their ideal societies of happiness, liberty, equality and rule of law.
In my quest to experience societies that are of the people, for the people and by the people - societies that function in service to the people, my family and I were privileged this Summer, 2019, to walk among the people of Canada, France and Luxembourg. And I am very happy to announce that in these three nations, we found people living and not merely surviving.
From Ontario, Canada; to Paris, France; and to Luxembourg City, Luxembourg; people are living fulfilling enjoyable high qualities of life accorded by the absence of division rhetoric. In lieu of division, these societies are teeming with empathy, tolerance and progressivism and populated by a growing number of immigrants, most of who appear to have made successful adaptations into their new cultural environs.
Good governance and cooperativeness are in abundance in these nations. The high quality of life is evident amid widening spaces to walk, to eat and to socialize - from a majestic waterfall in Ontario, Canada; to an indentation of a beautifully inhabited valley, in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg; to the grandeur of the Louver, in Paris, France. Plazas, squares and parks attract large number of residents and visitors in these nations, thus adding to the high quality of life by promoting walking instead of driving, thus adding another protection of the environment.
Canada, France and Luxembourg are ideal societies based upon my assessment and they are alive and living and not just surviving. I will add more of my observations of these nations in later writings. I thank the people of Canada, of the Republic of France and of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg for providing meaningful and successful habitation to humanity and for allowing for my safe visits.