The True Story of HWPL Becomes a Valuable Cultural Heritage For Costa Rica
“True Story of HWPL Displayed at the National Library Miguel Obregón in San Jose, Costa Rica”
The True Story of HWPL, containing HWPL’s past achievements of peace work to give readers hope for a peaceful world, was registered and put on display at the National Library Miguel Obregón in San Jose, Costa Rica on April 12, 2019. As the country focuses on training the youth for the future through education, libraries play a crucial role in Costa Rica, and the National Library Miguel Obregón is at the heart of Costa Rica’s educational and intellectual resources. The library carries three copies of every book published in Costa Rica to serve its duty in preserving the country’s culture.
▲ National Library Miguel Obregón in San Jose, Costa Rica
HWPL was introduced to Marco Tulio Mena, the Head of the Research and Bibliography Unit of the National Library Miguel Obregón, through Laura Rodriguez, the chief head librarian, and was able to register and display The True Story of HWPL at the library through an event.
Mr. Mena, who is also a poet, was surprised by the book’s content and stated, “I hope that my books can also be organized and published like HWPL’s book to bring joy to all of the readers.” The cover of The True Story of HWPL is blue, a color used to express importance and value, and to remind its readers that this book that contains the passion and efforts towards world peace is extremely important and valuable.
▲ The True Story of HWPL as part of the permanent display
The True Story of HWPL is a record of HWPL’s thirty-one World Peace Tours and its efforts towards achieving world peace. It contains detailed records of leaders and participants all around the world including politicians, religious leaders, legal experts, women, and youth, who have united together for the purpose of ceasing war and attaining world peace to forever commemorate their precious efforts in achieving peace.
After the event, The True Story of HWPL will be on display at the National Library Miguel Obregón for everyone to see. The book is also currently displayed at various museums and libraries in different countries including Sweden, Belarus, Ukraine, and Nepal, to encourage readers to join the efforts in achieving peace.