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You fidget in your seat, trying to get comfortable,
then looking at your watch you see that you are early
and the performence will not begin for 20 minutes, so
you open the program and you read.
Tonight The Disciples Of Love Center is pleased to
feature A Radio Play that you will be able to listen to
right here on this website.
It's Titled A Night To Remenber
Written, Produced and Directed By Your Host
Robert K. Bartoo
All Rights Reserved
It tells a well known story that many Vietnam Veterans
share, it's the story of a troubled Vietnam Veteran
Named Willie McBride.
Willie suffers from PTSD (Post Trammatic Stress
Disorder) and Parkinson's Disease.
PTSD is a psychiatric disorder that can occur following
the experience or the witnessing of a life threatening
event, such as military combat, natural disasters,
terrorist incidents, serious accidents or physical or
sexual assults in adults or children.
Most survivors of trama return to normal given a little
time, however, some people will have stress reactions
that does not go away on there own or may even get
worse over time, these individuals develope PTSD.
People who suffer from PTSD often relive the
experience through nightmare flashbacks and they
have difficulity and feelings of detachment and being
Parkinson's Disease has no cure at the present time
and the medications taken for Parkinson's Disease
only mask's the disease and it's thought that the
Parkinson's Disease that is so prevalent in Vietnam
Veterans today was due to the Vietnam Veteran's
exposure to the chemical Agent Orange.
Parkinson's Disease Facts
More then 6 million people world wide are living with
Parkinson's Disease, a chronic degenerative
neurological disorder characterized by symptoms that
typically progress from mild tremor's to complete
Parkinson's Disease Facts
Courtesy Michael J. Fox Foundation
Your Host had a dream 4 years ago, he wanted to
create a beautiful world where people could share
in the good times, and help each other out in the
bad times and he set about creating this world
with The Passport To A Better World, and this is
what he envisioned.
This world would be a place where all conflicts are
resolved by Non-Violent means.
It would be a world where people would take the
time to truly listen to each other, exchanging ideas
thoughts, opinions, feelings and dreams in an
atmosphere of good will, without fear of retaliation.
It would be a world where empathy and other closely
related virtues like love, compassion, kindness,
tolerence, and acceptance is not only taught but
It would be a world where people have the capacity to
feel, touch and understand each other's pain and have
the compassion to ease and reduce each other's
It would be a happy place, filled with happy people
where smiling and laughing are not only encouraged
but made mandatory.
Cynical people laughed at the thought, but Your Host
Persisted, then one day Your Host ran across a perfect
example of the kind of thing that would be a everyday
occurance in this new world. a true life story that
seemed more like a dream then a reality when a group
of young boys despite their age displayed a mature
understand and love, compassion and caring far
beyond thoir tender years and they did it on one of
the most competive places for a young man to show
his love, on the Baseball field, where winning is
To read about this very inspirational baseball game,
Note the link below:
This story inspired Your Host, to him it validated his
dreams making it possible for him to believe in
himself and what he was doing and so he created the
Passport To A Better World and founded the Disciples
Of Love Center.
What Is This Passport To A Better World ?
The Passport To A Better World is a way of life, a post
card size 6 panal tent card that can be mailed out or
handed out, it has 4 main goals.
(1) To motivate and inspire people to do good things
for themselves, for their families, for anyone
and everyone they come in contact with everyday,
See the 9 simple everyday things that you can do,
that will make this world a better place for all of
us to live in. (it's written in the inside of the
(2) To Bring people together so that all of us can better
understand each other, and our problems.
(3) To Help people make this world a better place for
all of us to live in.
(4) While we're doing these 3 things, the Passport is
hard at work helping to raise funds for Non/Profit
Organizations and spreading the message of love
far and wide.
To see what the Passport Looks Like and what's
printed on the outside of the Passport and to listen
to Carl Sagon discribe what he felt while viewing
our "Pale Blue Dot" of earth from outer space,
Note the link below:
To See what is printed on both the inside and the
outside of the Passport, see that link below:
Your reading is interrupted by the sound of a
helicopter which is intended to announce the
begining of the play, A Night To Remember.
The house lights dim, the stage lights come up and
the curtain rises and your voyage is about to begin,
a voyage of hope, a voyage into the unknown, a
voyage into a better world. A world where you will
be treated with dignity and respect in all things,
at all times, no matter who you are, how old you are,
or what language you speak,what you look like or
where you come from, everyone is welcome here,
after all we are the Disciples Of Love and you're
welcome to join us.
To listen To This Radio Play, A Night To Remember
and To view The the play's Credits,
Note The Next Webpage.