A Policy of “Zero Problems with the Neighbors”December 13, 2010
Turkey is a model for us. It has a new official policy: “zero problems with the neighbors.”
As is the situation with many countries, Turkey has had its share of challenges with its neighbors. For example, there were reports of genocide in 1915 in Armenia, or challenges with its other Arab neighbors.
Yet their official policy now is to extend friendship, positive relations and harmony in its relationship-building. In essence, Turkey is focusing forward, rather than looking back.
Whether we’re a country, a person, in a marriage, or working on a partnership, shouldn’t we all take this view? “Zero problems with the neighbors?”
Let us let harmony, peace and trust reign in all that we do.