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Giving Children What They Need to Create a World of Peace

I am choosing this as my first new post because it demonstrates why it will be our children that lead us to find Peace. It shows us why we as adults lack the one requirement we need to learn Peace. … Continue reading

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Remembering The Sacrifice All Our Warriors Make In War

Revised: 6/11/12 Every year we devote one day to honor those that have given their lives to protect us and keep us safe. This post is to honor all the men and women that gave their lives for us. The … Continue reading

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Peace Cannot Be Waged

The idea of “Waging Peace” is an idea I have seen with increasing frequency. It worries me because many people approach Peace with the same mindset our leaders have used to wage war. People believe they can influence, or force … Continue reading

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The Power of Affection to Create Peace

The Power of Affection A month or so ago, one of my face book friends shared a video of a woman holding a sign, Free Hugs. It was a great video showing people connecting to and acknowledging each other through … Continue reading

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The Necessity of Finding Win-Win Solutions in Creating Peace

From the time we are little, we are programmed with the idea that there can only be one winner. While this may be true in sports, we need to avoid this kind of thinking in our world affairs because, like … Continue reading

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