Declaration of the Asian Waldorf Youths

November 2019

From all participants of the First Asian Waldorf Youths Conference at Panyotai Waldorf School, Bangkok, Thailand.

  • The world is a large society full of love, passion, positivity and initiation where people are different but treat each other with care and respect.
  • We are children of the world, the keepers of the earth and soul of the future. We are willing to collaborate, create and cooperate to make the world a better place for all that live. Every problem is a challenge that teaches us. We will face it with joy and readiness, with empathy, care and understanding, so that we can experience the world in harmony with love and kindness.
  • All of us came together as a community to work through the chaos that turns into harmony. We have got many opportunities that help us work and complete on everyone’s creative ideas. Our community is a gift of loves, freedom, humanity, and friendship, a family of limitless understanding and kindness. A unity and collaboration of Asian Waldorf students in the conference with creativity, courage to think differently with the heart that full of love and friendship will help us create our dream together. A unity of the youth through a shared desire to inspire the future with love andcompassion.
  • We shared our experiences and built relationships that will last forever. Everyone is willing to act to participate and make an impact, that will give us a sense of contentedness. Let us all join together and create a wonderful world.
  • We maintain our hope for unity, equality, diversity, and friendship, we believe in ourselves and others. We want to create an environment of love, acceptance and togetherness and we will live consciously with empathy. With these we can attempt to co-create a happier harmonious place with everyone's cooperation to step out of the darkness and into thelight.
  • We will build our relationship with thoughtful gestures, we will build our awareness – an awareness to change and accept what is wrong, with concern. We will stand together and keep peace so that the world can become a place of unity and empathy, a place to respect and listen, and to live carefully with love, unity and kindness while hoping and doing our best.
  • With responsibility, together, we can change the world. Love, peace, and harmony give us a brighter future. And with the courage to love, to respect, to be unselfish, and be helpful, these will lead us to coexist and help others and save our world, then our future will be better and happier.
  • With sharing, we dare to change things and unite with one another to accept and treat each other equally. We gain enlightenment and are able to solve things together the right way.
  • With love and respect, we learn together, and our friendships are formed. Equality and unity create liberty for all. Education teaches us about our responsibility - to care and become hard working and dedicated. With bravery to understand each other, we can make the world a better place. We can think and imagine the endless possibilities we can create.
  • From our education we learn to be creative, communicative, optimistic and to dream with our friends. Together we can unite in our society with love and harmony, we can be conscious of our actions in an ethical way.
  • We will respect others, bring about peace, be innovative and become balanced because it is our world we must save it.
  • Life is a rainbow of possibilities, understanding, love, respect, unity, trust, acceptance, equality.

We have to cooperate for our lives to be more peaceful and for them to have a better and brighter future.

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