Let’s Ask to Live In Peace

Let’s reflect this Christmas on how we can be better human beings, to achieve better communication and social, political, and economic equity, among all the peoples of the world.

By Juan Garau/ Miembro de la Junta de Gobierno del C.N.P. en Exilio

Dear readers, when Christmas arrives, feelings of joy and sadness come together in us.

The joy of celebrating with friends and family this sacred festival for all human beings of goodwill and the sadness of remembering friends and family who are no longer on this earthly plane.

Most of us, in these final days of the year, take stock of the good and the bad that the Old Year leaves us and ask God, ecumenically expressed, that the coming year, the New Year 2023, bring us blessings of progress, of health, peace, and tranquility for the whole world that we need so much in these convulsive times of so many wars, nuclear threats and pandemics that overwhelm and plague humanity.

We always think about the freedom and democracy of so many peoples, who live kidnapped under iron dictatorships and totalitarian regimes, as is the notorious case of our Homeland, Cuba, which for more than half a century remains cloistered in the Castro-communist hell.

The men and women who want to live in a better world, more equitable for all, will continue to fight to the best of our ability, tirelessly and tirelessly, to achieve peace through respect for human dignity, beyond all vestiges. of the supremacy of race, wealth, and religious beliefs.

Let’s reflect this Christmas on how we can be better human beings, to achieve better communication and social, political, and economic equity, among all the peoples of the world.

We wish all our readers Merry Christmas through this page, which is our modest ideological trench of struggles, and we ask the Supreme Creator to always accompany us, and that our consciousness grows in a more human way so that we can all live in Peace in a Better World.

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