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 Tadatoshi Akiba - “It has been precisely 55 years since one single atomic bomb created a hell on Earth,”
 Tadatoshi Akiba - “The end of the century of war has not automatically ushered in a century of peace and humanity,”
 Tadatoshi Akiba - “The Japanese constitution, which embodies this axiom forever as the sovereign will of a nation, should be a guiding light for the world in the 21st century.”
 Tadatoshi Akiba - “This Aug. 6 ... is a time of inheritance, of awakening, and of commitment, in which we inherit the commitment of the bomb victims to the abolition of nuclear weapons and realization of genuine world peace,”
 Tadatoshi Akiba - “Our world is still darkened not only by the direct violence of civil wars, but also by innumerable other forms of violence.”
 Tadatoshi Akiba - “That is the surest way to bridge a rainbow to the 22nd century.”
 Tadatoshi Akiba - “It is also a time of inheritance, of awakening, and of commitment, in which we inherit the commitment of the A-bomb survivors to the abolition of nuclear weapons and realization of genuine world peace, awaken to our individual responsibilities, and recommit ourselves to take action.”
 Ben Joseph Akiba - “Like a twisted olive tree in its 500th year, giving then its finest fruit, is man. How can he give forth wisdom until he has been crushed and turned in the Hand of God.”
 Ben Joseph Akiba - “The paper burns, but the words fly away.”