Lao said:<br />
If there is to be peace in the world, <br />
There must be peace in the nations. <br />
If there is to be peace in the nations, <br />
There must be peace in the cities. <br />
If there is to be peace in the cities, <br />
There must be peace between neighbors. <br />
If there is to be peace between neighbors, <br />
There must be peace in the home. <br />
If there is to be peace in the home, <br />
There must be peace in the heart.
yes as soon as we stop religion!
No, I believe inner peace must be achieved before world peace can be possible. In essence I believe each one of us is the world, we are all whole parts of a greater whole. If we could all find our own inner peace then world peace really would be inevitable. I am blogging about my journey at: www.worldpeaceisinevitable.com
Unfortunately, no, the inner peace of all must come first
yes not all will choose to participate
the only way world peace can be attained is by killing all of those who wish to war and kill<br />
after they're all dead, there can be peace<br />
unfortunately, the next century is going to be rather bloody.
no. There's a difference between tolerance and peace
Sure. If everyone dies the world will be at peace.
No. Large changes are made of many smaller changes. It takes many people, not just one person to change the world. If many people were motivated to have their own individual inner peace and teach others to do the same, and this was held up as important, then it could spread worldwide as a movement, attaining world peace. But we need to get each tiny piece to be peaceful before the whole can be peaceful. That's a huge undertaking because the world has so many problems and pain and negative moral problems.