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Global Family Day Quotes & Sayings

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Global Family Day Quotes By Steven L. Hopp

If you're picturing Farmer Juan and his family gratefully wiping sweat from their brows when you buy that Ecuadorian banana, picture this instead: the CEO of Dole Inc. in his air-conditioned office in Westlake Village, California. He's worth $1.4 billion; Juan gets about $6 a day. Much money is made in the global reshuffling of food, but the main beneficiaries are processors, brokers, shippers, supermakets, and oil companies. — Steven L. Hopp

Global Family Day Quotes By John Conyers

Global Family Day provides a way in which every man, woman, and child in the United States can help to reduce suffering at home, repair our damaged image abroad, and help us remember that in the end, all people belong to the same human family. — John Conyers

Global Family Day Quotes By Various

GLOBAL GOD WORSHIP -PRAY TO GOD SUPRIME WILL CHANGE OUR LIFE DRIVE DRAFT MORE THAN WE WANT.BECAUSE THIS WORLD IS GOD DESIGNED GLOBAL GAME.THE UNIVERSE IS ONE COMPUTER.GOD DEVISED ALL SOULSFUTURE DIVINE DRAFTS BY AN WONDERFULL SAFT-WARE.EVER THING IS PRE FIXED AND PRE DETERMINED. WE ALL HAVE TO OBAY TO GOD AS PER OUR FORE FATHERS FASHION AND TREDITIONAL HOMELY STYLE OF GOD PRAYING EVERY DAY.THE GOD PRAY AS PER OUR OWN FAMILY STYLE WILL CHANGE OUR FATE MORE THAN WE WANT. THATS TRUE.SO.,MY DEAR GLOBIANS.,IN THE MULTI BILLION TRILLIONS OF DAILY EXPANDING IMAGINARY JUGGLARY GLOBAL GAME PLEASE TRY TO HABITUATE TODAY ONWARDS TO PRAY GOD AND OUR FATHER AND MOTHER TO RECEIVE THEIRE BLESSINGS AT EVERY DAY EARLY IN THE MORNING AS PER OUR HOMELY STYLE FOR BETTER FATEFULL FUTURE OF GLOBAL GRAND SUCCESSFULL LIFE LEADING IN ALL GLOBAL MOVINGS. — Various

Global Family Day Quotes By Holly Sprink

Global citizenship means simply being willing to focus on the game, to notice the world and the people in it. It does not mean noticing your world, but the world. It means being conscious of the fact that you, and your country, are not the center of God's universe. It is the recognition that the world is made up of people with similar needs, desires, responsibilities, and dreams. It is the willingness to connect to people all over the world, realizing that the choices you make each day affect them and that their decisions affect you. It is noticing that the world is your family. — Holly Sprink