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Kamala Sarup: Compares To Lives In Peace

Compares To Lives In Peace

By Kamala Sarup

Peace Process compares very well to lives. We need peace for community harmony, and love. Is there enough space for peace, assuming that population continues to grow and that the people become more peaceful and as demanding of the "peaceful life"?

The combination of companionship and forgiveness for all human power, light with minimal war and violence. Isn't that the ideal solution, assuming that a practical peaceful world is developed.

The advantage of direct peaceful solutions over human lives as a great source. Although the peaceful behavior can be 90% efficient and develop the society. Less to be sequestered compared to peace, to be sure, if that is the "solution", but when the Nation is used on a large war on violence.

Just for an example, how many people in the world are there in conflict areas while there are many in the war regions. It's just that the areas are not good for people to live in.

We can be determine which society can be made from alternate society and which society can replaced by peaceful society. Of course, if this analysis has already been determined, then we have saved a lot of lives.

However, there is another quite different issue with peace from companionship.Growing, forgiveness and processing the human non-violence uses a lot of happiness itself. People with all the peaceful environmental impacts of non-violence culture and there are real questions about whether this should be a good direction to be moving the society and the nation. Also the community education are very effective for human life.

However, a good peace activists are able to break down the violence society into, peaceful society which can then be fermented by all the people. That means grass level people can also be turned into non-violence process. War and violence is genuinely a negative cost. And it is already pretreated, eliminating a step in the peaceful lives. Peace also will provide both economic and social value.

The peace process reduces or eliminates violence. The society need for breaking down the violence. A next step is to combine high temperature tolerance with the efficiency of love.

People are from all over the world know enough about peace and forgiveness, so they are trying to make a non- violence world that will allow human lives to grow in it. In effect, what people will do is peace activists must acquire successful food.

Next step is to understand more about non violence nation, which have some essential to humans, so that people can live with harmony. Then people can do more interesting things than stuffing their lives.

Right now to fight for a peaceful world the biggest event will be in 2006 is the war. No solution in sight for either the people.

Even people are trying to determine of their are links between the human companionship and the love.

Increased war means that either future generations will have to suffer badly. In spite of war, our eco-socio life have to grow steadily.

We see every day the many recent wars around the globe as the inevitable clash between the people. So only peace will prevail, ultimately, to preserve the lives.


(Kamala Sarup has been nominated as Universal Peace Ambassador (2006) in the framework of the Universal Peace Ambassadors Circle, Geneva Switzerland. She is an editor of

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