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It’s really great; it’s really a powerful, powerful tool.
Prem’s four international birthday celebrations for the year was kicked off in September at Ivory’s Rock Conference Center near Brisbane, Australia (Amaroo). Over 4000 guests from all over the world attended this 5-day convention.
Here’s Prem’s 1st address on Day 3.
What is PEP? PEP is the Peace Education Program. PEP is now in seventy-four countries. We’re talking about deploying tools for propagation that we know work, and that is how we go forward with certainty, not uncertainty. It’s not like—because we did that a lot. Because…….
Because that’s what I was saying. When I came to England, that’s what it was all about. But at some point you’ve got to stop doing that and say, “No, these are the things that work. These are things we’re going to promote. These are our tools.”
PEP is offered in 35 languages. Just for the heck of it, I put languages there.
So, “There are 133 organizations run in locations where the program has been offered since the inception in 2012”—people new to the message with no history with TPRF or the founder. The founder is me. Unique!
“Number of correctional facilities active in 2017, 129.” And this is growing at a very rapid rate, because more and more correction facilities…we’ve been able to talk to the wardens and different groups and the organizations that actually run the prisons, and they’re seeing the value of it....
And it’s amazing how quickly it’s starting to proceed, and other people are getting on the…you know, the process of having it for their prisons. And in a lot of places the facilitators for the PEP program are wardens themselves. They saw what the facilitators were doing, and they were so impressed, they said, “And we want to do this.” So, they are becoming the facilitators. And, boy, does that keep the audience’s attention. And nobody misses those classes.
Since 2012, 363 correctional facilities have this. All correctional programs since inception in 2012, 598.
Here is a picture that was sent to me of the veterans going through the Peace Education Program. You get…you don’t see this anywhere, but there you see it, over there—“Peace Education Program, PEP.” Very, very thankful—very, very thankful, and you’ve been seeing some of their comments on the slideshow.
And it’s really great; it’s really a powerful, powerful tool. And that’s what I want to use, these things that are known.