His Mount Vema Majesty King Peter – The Vema Seamount Authority, today delivered his 12th Christmas message as a Sovereign since the creation of the Kingdom of Mount Vema in August 2006. The message was delivered earlier than scheduled in line with this year’s commitments.
Peter Goldishman, the Monarch who once said, “He who works for the welfare of others shall find shelter in Mount Vema, and he who serves the Kingdom, shall be called upon to do great things.”, has given a clear indication that the Kingdom of Mount Vema is open for business.
This year the King spoke of the importance of cooperation for greater good. “2018 was not a good year for Mount Vema, neither was for the Universe. We as human beings must strive to do better. To work in harmony to maintain our Universe in balance, we must understand that we under God, the creator of all the elements that make us who we are have the responsibility to look after this home of ours, we call Planet Earth.”
“Our mission as human beings is to do what is expected of us. For this Universe to work, the trees were created, the oceans were created, the air, water and so on, these are the components that makes the Planet Earth. Sometimes we humans tend to forget that we were created to look after it.”
“We tend to worry too much about creating things that are destroying us, rather than the issues that are relevant to our welfare and to our survival. It is not God who should serve us, we are the ones who must serve as a family of nations, as a family of corporations, as a family of colleagues and as a family of neighbours who strive to do what is best for ourselves and our families.”
“As we celebrate Christmas and as we look forward to the new year, we must aim to better our skills to cooperate and to live in harmony. We must always remain cautious of the things we do not understand, but we should never be too critic of others, if we have never walked a mile in their shoes.” His Mount Vema Majesty’s Christmas Message – 2018.
The Sovereign wished Merry Christmas to all and a prosperous New Year, before he retreated to join his wife Trinity and family for Christmas.