15. Nobel-Peace-Prize Winner’s Speech
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) won the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize. In the organization’s acceptance speech of December 10, 2017, Beatrice Fihn, ICAN’s executive director, remarked, in clear reference to troubles between the U.S. and North Korea, that “the deaths of millions may be one tiny tantrum away.” ICAN, also, feared that the world faced a “nuclear crisis” resultant from, as earlier mentioned, a “bruised ego.”
Therefore, it makes further sense that the Holy Spirit delivered, as an antidote to the above concerns, the ego-killed-Christ message sufficiently prior to the start of the recent troubles between the U.S. and North Korea. In fact, the divine message was delivered enough before the U.S. election so that, had the Vatican listened to God as is the Roman Catholic Church’s mandate, the whole world would, now, surely exist at a level of lesser-and-lesser risk, since decreasing egotism decreases the likelihood of war.