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This article led to the Women Peace Makers
at the Institute for Peace and Justice at the
University of San Diego
And Women Peace Writers -
Walter Wink explains in "The Powers That Be" that only nonviolence will lead us to Peace.
Suzie Duncan and Bonnie Duncan say in their book of
affirmations that if you put love first, peace will come.
Jimmy Carter states in the book
“Architects of Peace” by Michael Collopy:
"At the Carter Center, we maintain that peace also includes the ability to feed one's family, the right to be free from preventable disease, the right to live without human rights abuses, and the right to determine one's own future. These are the seeds of peace."
The Children's Peace Fair - November 21, 2010
As I was walking along the road in Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo, a group of children came by. Smiling and laughing, we walked together. I invited them to sing a Swahili song with me that children in Kenya sing. In this song, you invite guests to come to your country. The children sang along until the last line, which says,”our country, no problem.” When I asked why they stopped singing, one girl said,”How can we say we have no problem in Congo? We have war here!” Saddened, the group continued on in silence.
Rosemarie Milazzo, M.M., in the Maryknoll Magazine, Nov. 2009
When two Iraq Vets found out that love conquers fear and hate, they began to spread it by journeying across the country… Read their blog:
The cost of war is emphasized in a disturbing article about a young man called a peacemaker by his high school teacher:
"We are convinced Bratcher was changed. He became what they wanted him to be," one juror said.
Eventually, the jury found the conclusions of Anne-Marie Smith, the state hospital expert, to be most believable: Bratcher was legally insane. The platoon sergeant's testimony also deeply moved jurors. He was called to the stand to challenge the defense but instead drove home how Bratcher was trained to automatically respond to threats and how decorated veterans still suffered.
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Last update: 11/10/2010