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A royal proclamation: Unity, peace in troubled times

/ 07:39 PM October 02, 2023

From left the author Jerry Perez de Tagle , Bai Remy Salas Pastor and Sultan Tomas R. Cabili II posing beside Cabili’s “Royal Proclamation”

From left the author Jerry Perez de Tagle , Bai Remy Salas Pastor and Sultan Tomas R. Cabili II posing beside Cabili’s “Royal Proclamation”. PHOTO BY JORGE PEREZ DE TAGLE

Have you ever heard of a Christian Sultan or wondered if such is even possible? Is unity and peace even a remote possibility given our conflicts, religious and ethnic divisions?

Yes it is possible!

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Meet His Royal Highness Sultan Tomas Cabili II, a practicing Catholic, a Filipino American who has Chinese and Syrian ancestral roots.

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Following the footsteps of his father, Sultan Cabili I, who dreamed of harmony and peace between Christians and Muslims in the Philippines, Sultan Cabili I is continuing that legacy today through his leadership.

He sees the 21st century as a turning point for mankind, seeing the common sense truth in the Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam( the Dharmic religions of Hinduism, Buddhism and the Asian religions of Taoism, Confucianism and Shintoism.

The sultan, in his royal proclamation, presents “The Way to Happiness” as a modern day tool to form bonds, respect and tolerance through its 21-day common sense precepts.

As a catalyst for peace, there is alignment with the universal truths of the East and West that leads to a better way of life as promulgated in The Way to Happiness.

This is anchored on true happiness which secures a future for self, family, groups and humanity.

Sultan Tomas Cabili II speaks as a unifying voice in faith.

(Jorge Perez de Tagle lives in the US and the Philippines. He taught at Syracuse University, New York. He was among 10 Outstanding Entrepreneurs in the Philippines in 2009 and is currently chair of Alliance for Asian American Voters).

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