Nepal: Peace Talks

Consultations, negotiation and a code of conduct may show the way forward for peace in Nepal says Bahas. “Members of the government and Maoist negotiation teams have agreed to a 25-point code of conduct late Friday to be observed by both the sides during the period of ceasefire.The talks ended at 10:15 p.m. after more than six hours of closed-door negotiations between the two parties at Gokarna Forest Golf Resort in Kathmandu.”

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  • Have any of the discussions/talks centered on telepathy?

    I understand a government/systems goes on and/or thrives when rebels are not asked to conform. Then, those hosting may continue. This usually opens up some room for everyone else.

    By not being asked to conform, they are placed in an oblivion. From this what they have created is exercised and expanded upon those thriving. Once these created principles function to the oblivion’s expectation, there is no longer any need for telepathy. If there should be a new individual in the movement, of course, there is a need to identify and understand with calmness and also for everyone, including the no longer oblivion, to move this individual(s) with good (not negative). This new identify requiring everyone’s movement might need a “name”, such as a regular good educated individual being moved from the Homeless Approach into the Disabled Approach, having kept all of their appointment(s).

    I am a paralegal, so everything I do in life is as who I am. I am not a pilot or school teacher. If I need a meeting, I handle it was a paralegal and hope it helps those I am meeting with. I most certain want to have a government or system that thrives so that I may be whatever else I may be, such as a painter and/or writer.

    Oblivion is an environmental word. See you there Nepal, on the other side, at the Global Warming forums and conferences.


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