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but when the tide rises and rises up to the top of the rock, the snails were swept along with the waves. Once again the snails had to go looking for a new house. When walking out of the beach, the snail found an empty shell, beautiful and very light. Tired and cold, slugs enter the shell. The snail feels warm and comfortable and sleeps curled up in it. When the morning comes, the snail realizes he has found the best home for him. This shell is perfect for her. I do not have to hurry home when it rains, I will not heat anymore, nothing will bother me. I will take this house with me wherever I go. In the past, there lived a monkey and a turtle. They are close friends. Never separated by distance and time. Every morning, they always walk together, eat together, all always together. One day,

they found some banana seeds. “Hey, Ra, what if we plant these banana seeds? Who knows to bear fruit,” said the monkey. "Yes, yes Let’s plant this banana seed, "the turtle said. They went back to their homes, and in the monkey’s house he planted the banana seeds in his yard, but the monkey did not take care of him, sometimes once a week. in a week not being treated at all, so the monkey banana tree is still very small, while the tortoise planted the banana tree diligently, he always water it every day Finally the turtle banana tree is big and fruitful.Monyet and turtleSatu day, the monkey went to the turtle’s house and saw the banana that was big and ripe, and also the tortoise asked the monkey for help. "My dear friend, will you pick me a banana? You will also



Critical to any organizations efforts and the success of it's mission is the collaboration and endorsement of other like minded organizations. It is through these endorsement processeses that common goals can be highlighted, resources shared and meaningful outcomes realized.

For the CRCA our ultimate goal is a World at Peace. The Constitution of the United States of America is a roadmap and rule book to that end if understood and judicially applied in our daily lives. It is our fervent hope that as we endorse and are endorsed both by organizations to this end that we can attain the goal of a World at Peace.

The CRCA has only to look to the Board of Directors to recognize the Endorsement process and the many disciplines represented there.

Our first official organizational endorsement comes from Ambassador John W. McDonald Chairman/CEO of the Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy . His organization IMTD's utility of multi-track diplomacy in conflict resolution and peacebuilding around the world presents us with a very effective model that we hope to utilize for what is presently our very divided nation.

It is the ongoing collaborative with Amabassador McDonald that began in 2004 and culminates in our embracing the IMTD road map of 9 track diplomacy to affect a sytemic approach to conflict resolution domestically.

We will be reaching out to and embracing relations with organization from the following "IMTD 9 tracks": 

Track 1 – Government, or Peacemaking through Diplomacy. This is the world of official diplomacy, policymaking, and peacebuilding as expressed through formal aspects of the governmental process. 

Track 2 – Nongovernment/Professional, or Peacemaking through Conflict Resolution. This is the realm of professional nongovernmental action attempting to analyze, prevent, resolve, and manage international conflicts by non-state actors.

 Track 3 – Business, or Peacemaking through Commerce. This is the field of business and its actual and potential effects on peacebuilding through the provision of economic opportunities, international friendship and understanding, informal channels of communication, and support for other peacemaking activities. 

Track 4 – Private Citizen, or Peacemaking through Personal Involvement. This includes the various ways that individual citizens become involved in peace and development activities through citizen diplomacy, exchange programs, private voluntary organizations, nongovernmental organizations, and special-interest groups. 

Track 5 – Research, Training, and Education, or peacemaking through Learning. This track includes three related worlds: research, as it is connected to university programs, think tanks, and special-interest research centers; training programs that seek to provide training in practitioner skills such as negotiation, mediation, conflict resolution, and third-party facilitation; and education, including kindergarten through PhD programs that cover various aspects of global or cross-cultural studies, peace and world order studies, and conflict analysis, management, and resolution. 

Track 6 – Activism, or Peacemaking through Advocacy. This track covers the field of peace and environmental activism on such issues as disarmament, human rights, social and economic justice, and advocacy of special-interest groups regarding specific governmental policies. 

Track 7 – Religion, or Peacemaking through Faith in action. This examines the beliefs and peace-oriented actions of spiritual and religious communities and such morality-based movements as pacifism, sanctuary, and nonviolence. 

Track 8 – Funding, or Peacemaking through Providing Resources. This refers to the funding community-those foundations and individual philanthropists that provide the financial support for many of the activities undertaken by the other tracks. 

Track 9- Communications and the Media, or Peacemaking through Information. This is the realm of the voice of the people: how public opinion gets shaped and expressed by the media-print, film, video, radio, electronic systems, the arts.