Throughout time, people and nations have tried to solve problems by force. Did these people know the tender touch of love? Were they treated with love? What about their families? I often wonder what they were like. Were they poor? Were they wealthy? Did they have troubled childhoods? Did anyone ever ask these questions, or were the troublemakers just assumed to be bad and then forgotten?
We need to work together to nurture the soul of each individual and spread the message of peace, understanding, and love. The world cannot exist without these. We should cherish each other and help regenerate the world with care and kindness instead of war and destruction. Albert Pine said it beautifully: “What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and to the world remain and is immortal.”
I thought I had to be involved with something really big to make a difference and spread peace. I believe that I have the ability to create peace on earth every day with every person I come in contact with. Sometimes just a smile can bring peace to someone.
Staying out of the gossip at school, listening to someone who needs to talk, doing what I can to help those around me.
I may not be able to bring peace to the whole world, but I can work on bringing peace to my little corner of it.
When one examines the similarities between Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, and The Giver by Lois Lowry, they may be baffled. They may think that Lowry just did a run off of Huxley's highly successful masterpiece. The similarities are extraordinary, but so are their differences. Many aspects of these novels are almost identical while others are completely foreign to each other. Both of these ...
Remove any obstacle I find on the path . I may prevent someone from falling over it and prevent injury! A large stone on a pathway, or a broken stick or a broken glass may be obvious to us, but someone with impaired sight may not see them.
Peace and love are both connected. I have a friend in another country, and she is really a blessing to me. So maybe we need to love all nationalities and countries
As time goes on, my respect and love for the planet has grown a thousand-fold. Rather than feeling like a victim of policies and politicians, I choose to remain an active positive force in helping to heal our Mother Earth by getting involved and sharing how we can all make a difference.
I learned unity and harmony of the mind, body, and spirit. All life is sacred and, by being silent and becoming part of that peace, nature can be the orchestra leader to help us heal. I discovered the inner being of my soul. My body has become vibrant, and I am filled with energy and light.
Mokichi Okada was a poet, artist, visionary, and spiritual teacher. He envisioned creating a world of peace, health, and prosperity for us –a paradise on earth:
Born As human beings, It is our duty To strive our utmost For peace in the world And the happiness of others.
Those Who love humanity And help people in need, Are always loved And protected by God Wherever they may go.
A person Who strives constantly To help others And better the world, Is like a diamond Buried in the sand.
Now I end my words with sharing my Ten Vision of Peace
• Do Not Interfere In Others’ Business Unless Asked
• Forgive And Forget:
• Do Not Crave For Recognition:
• Do Not Be Jealous:
• Change Yourself According To The Environment
• Endure What Cannot Be Cured:
• Do Not Bite Off More Than You Can Chew
• Meditate Regularly:
• Never Leave The Mind Vacant
• Do Not Procrastinate And Never Regret: