Check what people around the world have to say about how they chose to live their lives while also observing the Live and Let Live Moral Principle:
  • I met Marc J. Victor through his activity in forwarding freedom with his law firm and presenting the Live and Let Live Global Peace Movement. I have had good experience with the Live and Let Live Movement, supported by the Moral and Legal Principles that address human interaction and the process toward freedom and peace. I'm passionate about world peace and as a clinical psychologist find the Principles to be a solid foundation for building solid aspirational values.

    Dr. Michael R. Edelstein
    San Francisco, California, USA
  • This is THE MOST IMPORTANT WORK anyone can do while journeying through this earthly realm. Promote free and respectful interaction CONSISTENTLY. I intend to partner with this organization to generate synergy so the ideas will one day spread like flames in a dry field of tinder wood.

    Peter Wilson
    Port Angeles, Washington, USA
  • I was introduced to the Live and Let Live Movement and loved the Principle. It supports my mission and business intentions. I have spoken about my involvement and shared the website in my newsletter and in a webinar. I have daily discussions with my clients about the movement.

    Karen Seegert
    Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada
  • I am a philosopher, business man, creative writer and a passionate free market advocate. I joined 3LM in 2021 and grew very passionate about the 3LM founding principles. As a passionate Libertarian, I found 3LM as a platform to not only grow as a leader in the movement but also contribute in the success of the movement.

    John Nyangulu
    Mzuzu, Malawi, Africa
  • I am the founding president and CEO of Face of Liberty International, an organization saddled with expanding African continent growth by working with a network of independent partner organizations that promote free market, individual freedom and are devoted to pinpointing and expunging any blockage to human success. Since I got connected with the 3LM, I have made it a matter of passion to share the idea in my local territory. I have also taken the Principle being preached to Universities in Nigeria.

    Leonard Ogunweide
    Lagos, Nigeria, Africa
  • Any movement for Global Peace is of interest to me, but what stands out about Live and Let Live is the focus on personal freedom, zero aggression and a commitment to acceptance of anything that does not cause harm. My connection and conversation with Zen has been my initial inspiration, I am looking forward to learning more and finding how I can add value to the movement and share its benefits.

    Stephan Karbaron
    Barcelona, Spain
  • I am new to the movement and still learning. With all the things going on in the world I long for peace and freedom which attracted me to the movement. As a new member I am still observing the activities of the movement. I hope walking the talk will inspire me to do the same.

    Christina Glazar
    Redding, California, USA
  • Your "Live and Let Live" movement is music to my ears, and what I have been yearning for, more than three decades now! I became aware of it through an apocalyptic chat with Zen and joined immediately. That long-term plans are to change laws and legislation to eliminate aggression is very appealing.

    John McDonald
    Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom
  • I loved meeting Zen. I loved the video from Marc on the website about the movement. I am most interested in changing legislation to reflect the legal principles because I am frustrated with government tax system as a form of coercive aggression and I will do anything to help change it.

    Tracy Tarlow – World Systems Solutions
    San Francisco, California, USA
  • My 'why' in life, since a teenager, is to be the best human I can be in helping to facilitate harmony among people and planet. My podcast, One World in a New World, led me to interview the Founder and becoming Executive Director of the Foundation and Movement. I find the Live and Let Live Moral and Legal Principles to be a unifying force for everyone to engage the potential of freedom and peace through working together. The Movement's capacity for inspired activity is already evident with chapters in place across the globe.

    Zen Benefiel
    Chandler, Arizona, USA