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|Make public statements; take public action
The smallest public action you take for this will have global impact and save many people from the ravages of disease and its repercussions.
Any of the actions listed on this page tend to organize communities. Spontaneous communities organize themselves when people see cure stickers on cars and storefronts. People who organize communities are the root system from which the cures grow. This writer was the first person to ever do that.
Communities may be up close and personal, like the street
classes, or bring together people with common interests, like the Cancer CureGroup. A gigantic global community will someday be
organized by a person or group who gets cure demonstrated on television.
The future of cure is probably
demonstrations and marches. Those are the most sure-fire ways of calling attention to the
fact that cure is happening.
Even 20 people in a public demonstration might be enough to call attention to cure happening and get some news coverage - especially if all the local stations are notified. And this would attract more people, demonstrators, and attention.
Our task is to let the world know as immediately and directly as possible that cure is happening. And myriad effective actions can be taken, most of which involve booting up your e-mail program, picking up the telephone, or walking out the front door.
Your local world isn't so local -- you never know what global people
are going to see your local actions, especially if you live in New York, L.A., or Eagle
River, Wisconsin. The president of the U.N. or Bruce Willis
Seemingly ordinary people have worked every miracle we've seen.
Cure is real. Let's cause it to be a real for people who don't know it's possible.
Disease crosses borders without a
passport. Now, so does cure. Save someone's life today. Get this message
posted wherever you can, any way
Cure on the median of the highway
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can earn money while you prevent the killer flu pandemic