Saturday, 29 September 2007

Indian Poet Named Ambassador for Good Will World Peace Treaty

Indian Poet Named Ambassador for Good Will World Peace Treaty
Poet and three-time world record holder Nikhil Parekh is now elected as Good Will Ambassador for the Good Will World Peace Treaty.

Ahmedabad, Gujarat (PRWEB) September 29, 2007 -- Nikhil Parekh, a 30 yr old poet from India has been elected Ambassador for the Good Will World Peace Treaty. This treaty, a brainchild of Celebrity Consultant and Inspirational Author Bryant McGill is aimed at spreading peace, good will, compassion and a sense of humanitarian understanding amidst all across the planet. Creator McGill, who'd earlier been featured for his numerous poetic and humanitarian achievements on the front page of Wall Street Journal, passionately says this about his treaty, "The Treaty gives you a path of action, that if followed, will make a difference. Our intention is to have all people sign this treaty. It is further, our intention to have all people in positions of power and influence sign this treaty by hand. Every city mayor, governor, celebrity, entertainer, TV personality, major corporate director, activist, foreign dignitary, senator, congressman, and ultimately, all world leaders. Don't be the weak link, declare your intentions with us now, and be the difference!".

Parekh, now the Indian Ambassador for the treaty, revealed that he would be putting devoted number of hours each day to spread the treaty and get as many people as possible to sign the same. His efforts via the Internet would reach countless World Leaders, Organizations, Individuals, Forums, Groups, Blogs, News Channels and virtually every legitimately conceivable juncture to spread the treaty and apprize the whole world about signing it. Parekh already has 3 world records with India's number one Limca Book of Records for --'Writing most number of letters to and receiving most number of replies from World Leaders and World Organizations'-- 'Being 1st Indian to win an EPPIE Award for best poetry ebook'-- 'Being 1st Indian to be published in Commonwealth Newsletter for his poem on AIDS'. He now plans to set a new record in approaching the maximum number of people on earth and to have them sign the Good Will World Peace Treaty. This is one record he says he'd cherish the most as it aims at the dissemination of world peace; love and goodness. Ambassador Nikhil Parekh can be visited at or for thousands of his poems, world records, various works, achievements and books.

The Good Will Treaty for World Peace can be signed electronically as well as can be downloaded to sign by hand and emailed back to the organization, from its website
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