RESPONSE TO: Harmony in Contemporary New Confucianism and in Socialism with Chinese Characteristics
Dear Professor Jesus Sole-Farras,
It was with great pleasure to read your recent paper on Google "Harmony in Contemporary New Confucianism and in Socialism with Chinese Characteristics." I highly recommend your paper as a must read for all World leaders who follow the development of China, especially American President Barack Obama. As the current Nobel Peace prize earner, Obama must understand the importance of U.S.-China harmony consensus for world harmony. May I suggest that you deliver a copy of your excellent paper to President Obama. Your paper read by Obama will sure lead to better U.S.-China understanding.
You and I are in full agreement that Harmony is nature's preferred order and dynamic balance for conflict resolution. Understanding "Harmony Dynamic Balance", the world has no need for struggle and confrontation hence forth.
Another Chinese sage Laotze said: "The soft ultimately overcomes the hard". That is the ultimate principle of Harmony Dynamic Balance.
I thank you for quoting my paper "China's Harmony Renaissance; What the World must Know" as the first to assert that "Harmony Renaissance" is the tide of 21st Century and the next wave of creative energy mankind is waiting for to bring us to the next higher level of accomplishment beyond European Renaissance.
Francis C W Fung, Ph.D.
World Harmony Organization
“It has been asserted (Fung, 2006) that the 2006 Sixth CPC Plenum Session will be remembered as the most important milestone of China’s Harmony Renaissance,” since, “by discovering harmony culture, China is discovering its own rich ancient cultural harmony traditions. It is of similar in importance to Europe’s Renaissance after the rediscovery of ancient Greek culture” (p. 8). Jesus Sole-Farras