(Castellano) Cada Nuevo Año [Poema]

ORIGINAL LANGUAGES, 30 Dec 2019

David Krieger | Nuclear Age Peace Foundation – TRANSCEND Media Service

otra revolución
alrededor del sol

un momento de pausa
para considerar

un comienzo fresco
para hacer bien al mundo

otra oportunidad de ser
un buen ciudadano de la Tierra

nueva esperanza de que el amor
pueda conquistar al temor.

23 Diciembre 2019

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David Krieger, Ph.D. es fundador y presidente de la Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, y miembro de la Red TRANSCEND para el Medio Ambiente para el Desarrollo de la Paz. Entre varios de sus amplios esfuerzos de liderazgo en la construcción de la paz mundial, es fundador y miembro del Global Council of Abolition 2000, consejero del World Future Council y presidente del Comité Ejecutivo de International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility. Tiene una licenciatura en psicología y posee una maestría y un doctorado en Ciencias Políticas de la Universidad de Hawai, así como un J.D. de la Facultad de Derecho de Santa Bárbara; sirvió durante 20 años como juez pro tem para los tribunales municipales y superiores de Santa Bárbara. El Dr. Krieger es autor de muchos libros y estudios sobre la paz en la era nuclear. Ha escrito o editado más de 20 libros y cientos de artículos y capítulos de libros. Recibió varios premios y distinciones, incluido el OMNI Center for Peace, Justice and Ecology Peace Writing Award for Poetry (2010). Tiene una nueva colección de poemas titulada Wake Up. Para más información, visite el sitio web de Nuclear Age Peace Foundation: www.wagingpeace.org.

Traducción de Rubén D. Arvizu

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