Date of publication: 2017-08-30 18:51
My nephew was born on Nov. 65, 7566, but I didn’t think much of it at the time. As soon as my sister came home my life began to change far more than I expected. During the next few months I could not imagine a more tiring time of my life, but more rewarding than anything.
“I am sorry.” “I love you.” “I forgive you.” In my eyes, peace is not just a word that can describe something or someone. They are the statements said above. Peace is the little things people do every day. There may be many different definitions of peace, but the most important one to me is the one my mother has taught me. My mother has always said that God tells us to forgive each other, give to others, and love each other. Does that not explain peace itself? Do those statements above not show peace? I think that if every single person on this planet lived by these three simple rules, and said those three simple statements everyday, the world might be ready to move onto the bigger acts of kindness such as stopping wars or lowering crime rates.
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My dad told me that his grandfather was a freedom fighter under Mahatma Gandhi during the Indian Revolution and that he was a great person who used peace against violence. Then, I started to do research on Gandhi. I learned that Gandhi used words instead of fists and helped India win freedom against the British. Gandhi’s peacefulness spread all across the world. It also influenced Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, Aung San Suu Kyi, and many people across the earth to use peace, words and love instead of violence and war.
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Life is a book. Ever since Adam and Eve stepped foot on the Earth, the fate and history of humans has been recorded as one long story that won’t end for as long as we live. There are moments of peace, moments of war, moments of strife, and moments of pride. We are the next chapter. If we don’t improve the story, the next generation must clean up our mess. To do that, we have to have peace. Our lives are each an unwritten page. It’s our job to write on it the right way.