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Ten things you can do to promote the cause of peace
  1. Vote Peace, not political party
  2. Divest from companies that profit from war
  3. Send a letter to your congressional representative and senators declaring your opposition to war
  4. Write a letter to the editor declaring your opposition to war
  5. Attend an anti-war protest
  6. Talk to a pro-war friend and tell them nicely that you disagree with their opinion
  7. Buy a book from an anti-war author
  8. Join or help form an anti-war organization
  9. Create a pro-peace web site
10. Go to YouTube and give a positive rating to pro-peace videos
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Posted: Tuesday January 2, 2007, 2:08 pm
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Elspeth Hetrick (88)
Wednesday January 3, 2007, 8:22 pm
Thanks much for the list. I also suggest... eating vegetarian and being a conscientious consumer, giving "the Peace Book" to anyone who is pro-war ( ), giving your kids and local libraries "The Big Book for Peace," looking into the following organizations: "Code Pink," and the "American Friends Service Committee," and eliminating violent television and music from your home (especially if you have young folk in the house).

Delight Woodley (46)
Friday January 5, 2007, 11:40 am
Thank you both, these are all helpful things to do. I will pass this along to my friends. peace

Past Member (0)
Friday January 5, 2007, 4:47 pm
I would also like to add **Have a positive mental attitude** So much around today is negative, and we need to start being positive!

Laura Olsen (134)
Wednesday January 10, 2007, 9:57 am
Great list! You are doing a positive thing in telling others how tho have peace in their lives! These are all great ways to be a peaceful person and spreading the word!

Stanley Townsend (281)
Wednesday January 10, 2007, 4:52 pm

Chant Sutton (6)
Saturday January 13, 2007, 11:04 am
I think this is great! Lets all support peace with togetherness and lots of smiles!

Brandi P. (40)
Sunday January 14, 2007, 2:10 pm
this is such a great list!! I am sending it to everyone and I agree with Chant~"Lets all support peace with togetherness and lots of smiles!" Stand together and stand strong!

Sarah E. (8)
Monday January 15, 2007, 8:48 pm
awww those were very sweet and simple things to support peace! thank you so much!

Rev. Ty R. (139)
Friday January 19, 2007, 3:29 am
Love the list! I would like to add: please share this list with everyone you know!!!

Barbara E. (12)
Wednesday January 24, 2007, 7:17 pm
I agree with Chris M. = positive thinking/energy.

Don't give attention to those who say anything of violence against another. Like a bully, you ignore them, then they'll get the hint ... eventually.

Thanks for the list - great ideas! Great sediments! HUGS!!

Cheryl B. (18)
Sunday January 28, 2007, 7:17 am
Love your list! I'm not american, like many here at Care2 and I am new to this community. I am slowly building my little space here, if you view my first photo album you will observe some of my peace related artwork. I also have a website that promotes peace through various means. As a Canadian, writing your congress might not be effective but I am hopeful Nancy Pelosi will continue to remember St. Francis's words as she goes about her tasks as Speaker of the House!
My pro-active Peace list begins with encouragement;
1) Believe Peace Is Possible!
2) If you are an artist of any medium create works dedicated to Peace.
3) Share those works where and when you are able. 4) Support and encourage others to do the same.
5)Teach your children to adopt peaceful solutions.
6)Live a peaceful life, for example is truly the best teacher.
7) Support organizations that promote peace.
8) Pray for peace, join in with, an organization that joins people around the globe in thoughtful prayer.
9) If praying isn't for you; Meditate on Peace and learn to visualize what a peaceful world is like.
10) BE Peace, and in your peacefulness move forward to a peaceful world.

Lauren Marie Jones (0)
Monday February 5, 2007, 8:31 am
I am not for war, however I believe that until a job including war, (World War 1 & 2,Iraq, Pearl Harbor)has been settled, we must fight to defend our country. There are hundred of people in Iraq who want us all dead and will kill us without showing us any mercy. It is our job to support our nation and its people, including our troops. There is alot we can to to help them in their fight since we cannot go to Iraq ourselves.

Minna C. (35)
Tuesday February 6, 2007, 4:14 pm
I love Clifford's list and Cheryl"s and the other suggestions. If you have peace in your heart, as your intent, you can spread it around you in small ways throughout your day. And for many, there is the joy of praying for peacae.

Past Member (0)
Friday February 9, 2007, 8:05 am
Great Share J Clifford!...and good additions on part of commentors...just wanted to add, I think that along with your list (whomever's it may be) of things you can do to Support/Promote Peace, It is really important that everyone realize that "each one person can make a difference"...that's one of the things I've learned since coming to Care2!!

Peace & Prayers 2 All, C.C.

Anthony Bedson (320)
Monday February 12, 2007, 2:18 am
11 promote peace rallies not anti war rallies..
12 promote LOVE not hate
13 Stuff Bush & Blair

Toni Goodwin (1)
Wednesday February 14, 2007, 2:54 am
I could not agree more !!!
I will pass then around for sure.
My Mom always said that before and during a war God replaced the men we were losing with more male births....I had all girls and now I have all male Grandsons....Figure that one.
Thank You!

Debbye s. (255)
Sunday February 18, 2007, 7:43 pm

Donna West (28)
Friday February 23, 2007, 5:45 am
I love this list! And I have done 8 of these 10.

Past Member (0)
Friday February 23, 2007, 6:13 pm
Great List! I would add to it - educate your children & have discussions at home about this....Glad to hear the Blair is pulling out!

pete O. (242)
Friday February 23, 2007, 11:25 pm
This hippies nodding we have to help each other also. i think presenting positive images of peace is more productive than tyhe neagative ones wich will cause divisions as blame occurrs.Elspeth is bang on too, War should never be an acceptable image it de sensitises us !
love n peace

pete O. (242)
Friday February 23, 2007, 11:33 pm
Briliant share brilliant positive comments ! promote peace with images of peace. there are many campians we all need to get together so we dont tread on each then fall out with our would be friends
love n peace

Beth Mckee (0)
Saturday March 3, 2007, 10:00 am
As the mother of four grown daughters, I'm feeling a bit maternalistic as I read the comments posted on the Peace Action discussion site. I find myself wanting to share the wake-up calls that have come my way over the past four decades. After demonstrating heartily against American involvement in the Vietnam conflict, my friends and I stood by as millions upon millions of people were slaughtered in Cambodia. Among our anti-war leaders, only Joan Baez made apology for not educating herself regarding the true stakes inherent in that Southeast Asian conflict. The genocide and rape of women in the regions of both Kosovo-Herzogovinia and (most recently) Sudan inform us of something far beyond any simplistic Pro-Peace stance. There has always been and most likely always will be evil designs of evil men. If we're to aim for world peace, those must first be taken into account, just as the throes of painful labor contractions must be taken into account when a young couple begins planning for a family. They can say 'don't be negative, be positive!' until the cows come home, but if the natural-childbirth classes aren't registered for and religiously attended, the positive attitudes won't cut it. In relation to the contractions of the world population at this point in history, I highly suggest following along with the web-blog entries of Dr. Thomas Barnett, One bit of data I found there and would never have expected is that the world has never been more at peace than it is at the present time. And it came as a further surprise to realize that America's military must be given credit for that. We do have great responsibilities on this planet, as Americans, but only through a broad understanding of history can we make right choices regarding those responsibilities.

Aric R. (1)
Friday March 9, 2007, 1:18 am
Excellent ideas, thanks for sharing.

The Management o. (0)
Sunday March 11, 2007, 9:36 pm
11. Endorse antiwar petition at

Marci Marcel S. (326)
Sunday March 25, 2007, 7:42 am
1. do NOT eat fast food - protest factory farms
2. be kind with everyone
3. recycle
4. use your own shopping bags
5. take the bus
6. Click to Donate daily here at Care2
7. sign petitions
8. attend protests - if safe
9. Click to Donate daily
10. Click to Donate daily

Patti Z. (1)
Sunday March 25, 2007, 10:18 am
In your own life and self - be peaceful.

Daniel Barker (35)
Saturday March 31, 2007, 8:37 am
I was going to add 'eat vegetarian' - what Elspeth Hetrick said. We can support public transportation - does anybody know what that includes? Amtrak, the nation's train, facilities for bicycles and golf carts (which many Americans use to get around), traffic lights designed for alternative transportation.

In general, no more dependence on foreign oil. We also need a record of every violation of the Constitution, from illegal search and seizures to warrantless wiretaps.

We must be willing to accept the consequences of peace. When we withdraw from the illegal occupations in Asia we must deal with whatever harm comes our way.

I know this country can end its dependence on foreign oil. I know we can end the madness of the war machine. I realize some of us are looking for national leaders to guide us. The truth lies within ourselves. We each know how to end the war.

Guadalupe G. (4)
Sunday April 1, 2007, 7:38 pm
I love your list but I bet you probibly have a few more things you want to add in there. =) I would suggest small things too like telling those you admire that you care and what they mean to you and you can also write to your senators about your concerns.

Juli Hammersley (2)
Wednesday April 4, 2007, 4:04 am
Great list
You could also check out the Words of Peace website, where peace starts with each individual.

Joan G. (13)
Thursday April 5, 2007, 11:53 am
in my opioion let our troops come home and send the pesident and his crew over there to fight for the usa

. (0)
Saturday April 7, 2007, 8:30 am
Great List I will also pass this along to my friends. I am new here but hope to make some friends here also.

Vita Bianchi (0)
Saturday April 7, 2007, 7:28 pm
Do you think that it's important to research an issue in order to makeup your own mind about it rather than immediately jumping on the bandwagon? If so, watch this documentary on Google video or Wag TV entitled The Great Global Warming Swindle.

Osama Asad (2)
Sunday April 8, 2007, 7:50 am
()"""() Sumthing
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in my Mind!
Know what's that?

Yr face

Yr Smile

Yr Sweetness
( (")(") Have a nice day

Christine Mancini (8)
Sunday April 8, 2007, 11:37 pm
It is amazing, one would think that all people would want peace. I actually listened to a talk show of people that thought want peace was a sign of weakness! It really blew my mind; how can that be? I can't fathom their train of thought, I don't want to understand their train of thought. It is too ugly to me. Peace, love, joy, prosperity to all.

Christine Mancini (8)
Sunday April 8, 2007, 11:42 pm
as St. Theresa said when asked to mark "against the war" in Viet Nam. She said - "no I won't, but if you ask me to march for peace I will"
now that is more like it

Tuesday April 10, 2007, 8:51 am

Ethically Vegan (15)
Sunday April 22, 2007, 11:43 am
This is my MySpace that I've had for a while. Check it out, Peace spills over from it. I love this thread, wonderful! Peace can began as a smile...very simple concept :)

Past Member (0)
Wednesday May 2, 2007, 7:32 am
Thank you~~~~!!!
I love the list!

Amanda Cromwell (29)
Wednesday May 9, 2007, 11:12 am
This is a great list. Thank you.

Jennifer S. (82)
Wednesday May 16, 2007, 8:43 am
Good Idea.

Linda M. (18)
Thursday May 17, 2007, 4:47 pm
YouTube - I CHOOSE LOVE 2 - send this wonderful video around the world to inspire others. Sean Calloway created it. Linda McParland

Sandra C. (19)
Tuesday May 22, 2007, 3:20 pm
Wonderful list.I wish everybody agrees and act accordingy.

Kip Mapes (28)
Wednesday May 30, 2007, 7:44 am
Hello sortly after the last president election I went into a deep deprestion. I thought the country gave up it's sanity. I started signing my email.s with a saying I came up with: Feed the Poor, Not the War. A friend of mine made me a vainity plate saying that. I put it on my old ford truck other friends read it and agreed. Anouther friend suggested making bumber stickers using it and putting it on the American flag.I am Not against my country, just some of the choices made by george. If anybody wants to share that thought, I have good quilty bumber stickers to share with the world.They go for $2.50 and I will galdly pay for the shipping. And I Do donate 10% to feed the poor worldwide. This is only one way I try and wlak the talk. Anouther way is to ride my bike into work, donate the gas money saved to feed the starving. So many people starving in the world no time to fight.
God Bless you all:-)

Georgios Paraskevopoulos (179)
Thursday May 31, 2007, 12:19 pm
You are Great.
As a former active anti-war member I congratulate you for these 10 statememts.
I like your YouTube referrence on the 500 Women in Art. Congratulations

Valerie Wasson (135)
Monday June 4, 2007, 9:40 pm
Great list! I suggest we all email this to everyone we know, whether they are pro-war or not. It gives everyone something to think about. Thanks for sharing.

Rachel Weaver (91)
Saturday June 9, 2007, 11:07 am
Great list =)

Scott B. (0)
Thursday June 28, 2007, 4:41 am
There is one way to ensure that we can stop the Iraq and Iran wars. Register Republican for the Primary races and vote for Ron Paul. Candidtate Paul's camapaign is growing the fastest and he is 100% anti war.

Then we will force America to choose between an antiwar Democrat and an anti war Republican.

With all the paperless voting systems in our country it is the only way to ensure that we end these illegal acts our leaders have taken on these countries.

Please Register Republican for the Primaries and vote for Paul.

Clinton Surpasses Obama in Site Traffic Race, Paul Rockets to First
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By Kate Kaye | June 27, 2007

Hillary Clinton overtook Barack Obama in May, John Edwards and Rudy Giuliani held steady and Ron Paul rocketed from fifth place to first. That's according to Hitwise data showing the ebb and flow of traffic to the official sites of the Democratic and Republican presidential primary candidates.

In a custom report created for ClickZ News, Hitwise measured traffic market share of the candidate sites. The measurement firm found traffic to Democratic candidate sites was top heavy, favoring Clinton's, Obama's and Edwards's sites. garnered nearly a third of visits among Democratic candidate sites in May. attracted almost 28 percent, and drew 23 percent of visitors to Dem campaign sites last month.

Visits to Republican candidate sites were spread a bit more evenly among the sites tracked. drew a 27 percent share of visitors to Republican candidate sites in May. attracted almost 21 percent of visits last month, while brought in almost 13 percent.

Hitwise defines market share of visits within a site category as the percentage of traffic to a particular site based on its sample of 10 million U.S. Web users.

Tara K. (10)
Saturday July 28, 2007, 3:52 pm
Teach our children tolerance and love.

Jess L. (4)
Tuesday July 31, 2007, 4:51 pm
Yes, I agree! this is wonderful.....

Fred Staten (0)
Saturday August 18, 2007, 12:21 pm

Pretend for a moment that you are listening to a booming voice that is heard by the entire world. The words are clear in every language.

“What are you people doing? Do you not know that Paradise is within your grasp? You have sent men to the moon. You have begun to explore the cosmos. You have conquered many of earth’s most devastating diseases. In a hundred years you have increased man’s life expectancy by more than a third; yet you engage in violence beyond description.

You stand by and watch as babies die from starvation. You abandon the homeless. You do nothing in the face of savage rivalries that permit your fellow men to commit genocide. What are you doing? Have you gone universally mad? You have corrupted and polluted the planet to a point that is almost irreversible. Your children are bereft of parental guidance. You have drowned morality in a sea of greed and materialism. You ignore wrongdoing in the name of political correctness. Your leaders must know that your fate lies in their collective hands, so you must demand that they put their priorities in proper order.


The abolition of war and all violent encounters between nation states is the premier imperative. Nothing can be accomplished while you exhaust your lives and fortunes in hopeless and insane conflicts. Put down your arms, denounce international competition, worship the God of your choice, and obey the simple precept laid down by Jesus Christ more than 2000 years ago. Love one another. You might also want to consider the rules given to Moses , the Golden rule and the beatitudes set forth by Jesus in His Sermon on the Mount. Failure to do this makes additional priorities meaningless because a continuation of the present chaos will absolutely result in the complete destruction of your civilization.

Evil cannot be abolished, but you have it within your power to control it and minimize its dreadful consequences. Following your “great war”, you created an organization intended to address international disputes known as The United Nations. Due to the politics of self interest, this body, comprised of almost all nations has made itself virtually impotent. A revitalization of this group of sovereign nation states is mandatory. An overwhelming force consisting of the military establishments of every member must be created for the sole purpose of peace keeping and world disarmament. A token force sent into hostile areas is completely useless.

Each of your major powers, The United States, Russia, China and the European states should constitute the majority of this force under a single command with only one mission - total and complete world disarmament. Force would be applied only in those instances where rogue states refuse to disarm. Disputes between nations would be resolved by a world court comprised of impartial judges from states that are not in any way involved in the disputes. The key to all of this, of course, is the completion of an alliance between the major powers. In order to overcome the long standing distrust between these nations, it is necessary that each of these states simultaneously provide the personnel to supervise and accomplish the disarmament of the other so there would be no imbalance of power at any time during the process. Timing for the destruction of launching systems and weapons of mass destruction is critical. This enormous task must be accomplished in such a way that no one power will be placed in a position of superiority over the others at any time during the process.

The first objective for the united peacekeeping force should be the disarmament of all the middle eastern countries where terrorism originates in the form of religious fanaticism and the denial of human rights. The politically correct faction will scream in protest against this, and they will deny that religion is at the cornerstone of the current chaos, but all of the Islamic states are engaged in a kind of reverse crusade to impose their culture, beliefs and laws on the entire world. Given free reign this can only result in a never ending cycle of violence that will spell doom for all of mankind.

The disarmament process cannot be accomplished over night. It will take years to dispose of all the weaponry that has been created over the last decades; so it is essential that every nation, every human being dedicate themselves to the other priorities that replace war and international strife.

Starvation and poverty can and must be eradicated. Clean water and sanitation must be provided to the drought stricken nations of Africa and Asia. Health care should be a universal right and this will require the creation of many new and strategically placed institutions for medical education. The homeless and mentally deficient should not be permitted to roam the streets of your cities. Shelter, clothing and an adequate diet can be provided for them. The argument that they are able to provide for themselves because they have equal opportunity is specious. Some have been victims of catastrophic events. Others are simply incompetent or have fallen into the horrors of alcohol or drug addiction. They are your fellow men and are deserving of your help.

You must stop the pollution of your atmosphere, your oceans and your streams. One species after another is becoming extinct on your beautiful planet. Your glaciers are melting at an alarming rate. Your storms are becoming more intense, and you continue to populate and build in their destructive path. You continue to rely almost totally on fossil fuels as the source of your energy. Renewable non polluting sources are immediately available, and during the decade that will be required to disarm the world, the use of oil, coal and other carbon dioxide pollutants must be reduced by at least ten percent per year.
Within the past few days, you have witnessed a catastrophe in Minnesota that accentuates the need to repair and rebuild your entire infrastructure, including highways, bridges, water purification systems, electrical grids, high speed rail and other transportation systems.

Dissolution of the world military outside the peacekeeping force will be an enormous challenge. Careers in the armed forces for the millions who have pursued them will be abruptly ended, but these dedicated people from every sector of your planet can transform their efforts to work for peace and the restoration of sanity to the world. In their hearts, they should welcome the avoidance of maimed bodies and violent death.

All of the foregoing, you will say, is impossible; but listen carefully. You are hearing the voice of Gabriel, and I am speaking on behalf of my Master, the creator of all things. Obey my instructions or your children and grandchildren will perish with the rest of humanity, never to see another sunset on this magnificent planet.”

Obviously the foregoing message was not spoken from an Angel of God on high, but it contains truths of enormous proportions. Please pass this on to every thinking person you know. Perhaps it will become a seed that will grow into a grand scheme to save the world as we know it.


Sunshine B. (0)
Wednesday September 5, 2007, 3:26 pm
Thanks for the list, what a great one!
I'd like to add "Do not sign the 'Peace Process and Demobilization in Colombia' petition from Mercy Corps". Why, you may ask? Because one of the things the petition asks for is funds to begin removing coca as an option for Colombian farmers. Coca is not the problem, it's cocaine. Coca is a sacred plant revered by indigenous peoples of South America. They've used it for perhaps thousands of years. Coca is not an addictive drug like cocaine. Cocaine is a perversion, for lack of a better word, of coca.
Please see my blog or alert about this, and please do research on coca and South American peoples before supporting its eradication.
Coca is a part of their culture. By destroying coca you are destroying South American culture.

Vent Visor (141)
Friday September 21, 2007, 10:51 pm
I'll try start peace by cleaning my Volvo exhaust because clean air means healthy environment and healthy could somewhat lead to world peace...

Penelope P. (222)
Monday October 15, 2007, 10:02 am
I'dlike to add The buck to some extent stops with us all in this one.You are like a pebble thrown into a pool everything you do has some effect for the good or evil of your fellows when you are with them. Radiating out from you in increasing circles are the results of your actions as those already affected by those actions pass on the effect to others.
1 Start from where you are,Find the peace within yourself
2 Find ways of starting to have peace with your nieghbours-However destructive and irritating they are. Send them God's light-Pray for them
and or work at "conflict resolution"-learn how.
3 Find the good things in everyone person and focus on that when you see them
4 make yourself comfortable and happy . God did say to care for your nieghbour as yourself so that includes caring for yourself.
5 Learn what foods and other doings keep you calm
and try to adhere to them eg laughter and choclate can help
6 Learn some form of meditation and or contemplation-meditation stops the amigdiglia from doing nasty overactive things and brings your actions in general under more conscious control.
7 Have as much sex and hugs and even masturbation as is consonant with your conscience and condition(Riech wasn't all wrong)- Anyway these things reduce tension and do nice things to your hormones which help you love the human race
8 Smile and laugh as much as you can
9 Learn to walk away rapidly if someone is too much for you. And remember it takes considerably more heroism not to fight than to fight
10 Try prayer-of whatever sort with or without a group-preferably with one . One reason people turn to God is because it feels so good. Not in a goody two shoes sense iether
11 Above all Love everything including yourself
and accept no one is perfect including you

Penelope P. (222)
Monday October 15, 2007, 10:04 am
I'dlike to add The buck to some extent stops with us all in this one.You are like a pebble thrown into a pool everything you do has some effect for the good or evil of your fellows when you are with them. Radiating out from you in increasing circles are the results of your actions as those already affected by those actions pass on the effect to others.
1 Start from where you are,Find the peace within yourself
2 Find ways of starting to have peace with your nieghbours-However destructive and irritating they are. Send them God's light-Pray for them
and or work at "conflict resolution"-learn how.
3 Find the good things in everyone person and focus on that when you see them
4 make yourself comfortable and happy . God did say to care for your nieghbour as yourself so that includes caring for yourself.
5 Learn what foods and other doings keep you calm
and try to adhere to them eg laughter and choclate can help
6 Learn some form of meditation and or contemplation-meditation stops the amigdiglia from doing nasty overactive things and brings your actions in general under more conscious control.
7 Have as much sex and hugs and even masturbation as is consonant with your conscience and condition(Riech wasn't all wrong)- Anyway these things reduce tension and do nice things to your hormones which help you love the human race
8 Smile and laugh as much as you can
9 Learn to walk away rapidly if someone is too much for you. And remember it takes considerably more heroism not to fight than to fight
10 Try prayer-of whatever sort with or without a group-preferably with one . One reason people turn to God is because it feels so good. Not in a goody two shoes sense iether
11 Above all Love everything including yourself
and accept no one is perfect including you

Kennon W. (63)
Friday November 2, 2007, 10:40 am
As a Vet I believe that Mother Teresa had it right If you have an anti war rally leave me out of it. If you hava a Peace Rally count me in. Where ever we focus our energy there is the power. An Anti-War rally focuses on the problem not the solution. Lets all focus on Peace adn universal Love.

Katie H. (15)
Sunday November 4, 2007, 3:47 am
Thanks for posting this, its great that some people focus on the positive. I agree with Chris M, we do need a 'positive mental attitude', not only because of the negative things going on but for our own personal happiness. If we are to achieve peace, then I think that it must start within each of us. If we can find peace with the world and everyone in it then we will create peace on the earth.

Toni Goodwin (4)
Friday November 9, 2007, 11:14 am
Thanks.. I agree 100%
My 14 mth old grandson when someone leaves or he is leaving he says PEACE and then BYE !!!!

Shantelle Y. (5)
Saturday November 10, 2007, 9:18 pm
please visit my sight-

Karlyn C. (29)
Tuesday November 13, 2007, 6:53 am
All great ideas..

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Ingrid C. (50)
Thursday November 15, 2007, 8:17 am
Good ideas. I attended the 10/27 Peace Rally. Too bad it didn't get much coverage by the mainstream media & newspapers.

Ramzi Takiyyuddin (130)
Saturday November 24, 2007, 12:25 pm
please don't let any stone unturned to keep right momentum for peace

Bharat N. (95)
Thursday December 6, 2007, 8:53 am
peace is within you, truth is biggest peace, it is pleasure of soul.

Penelope P. (222)
Saturday December 8, 2007, 7:57 pm
If you do not find the peace within yourself and work on that and forgiveness then all this is useless- The problem is largely ourselves each one of us doing that sets up a ripple effect which could genuinely cause world peace

Penelope P. (222)
Saturday December 8, 2007, 8:09 pm
Thsis will not work unless you find your inner peace- The problem starts with us-Peace in anyone is like a ripple in the social fabric - being at peace
creates peace around one- and promotes social peace

Penelope P. (222)
Saturday December 8, 2007, 8:09 pm
Thsis will not work unless you find your inner peace- The problem starts with us-Peace in anyone is like a ripple in the social fabric - being at peace
creates peace around one- and promotes social peace

Dian Ayu Bintang Fitriana (46)
Saturday December 22, 2007, 6:24 pm
wooow,those r gud idea.but,,could everyone do these??????????????????

Boja Baudouin (0)
Thursday December 27, 2007, 1:54 am
that may the Almighty GOD punish all those head of states who promote war and voilence

Boja Baudouin (0)
Thursday December 27, 2007, 1:58 am
that may the Almighty GOD punish all those head of states who promote war and voilence

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Friday December 28, 2007, 2:09 am
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Past Member (0)
Friday January 11, 2008, 1:03 am
11. Learn the history of peace and war advocates like Nevil Chamberlain of Great Britain in 1939. Also learn the results of Nixon's Peace with Honor to the VietNamese after the Americans fled in disgrace. Learn about the diplomats and the peace negotiations between World War I winners and losers and the results in Germany in the 1930's. Hey guys Hitler was elected. And America had stuck its proverbial head in the sand and let the diplomats do all of the discussions on peace terms. All while the German people starved and voted for 1 man who promised their dignity returned and food with jobs. War ain't nice but slavery is worse.

Past Member (0)
Friday January 11, 2008, 1:03 am
11. Learn the history of peace and war advocates like Nevil Chamberlain of Great Britain in 1939. Also learn the results of Nixon's Peace with Honor to the VietNamese after the Americans fled in disgrace. Learn about the diplomats and the peace negotiations between World War I winners and losers and the results in Germany in the 1930's. Hey guys Hitler was elected. And America had stuck its proverbial head in the sand and let the diplomats do all of the discussions on peace terms. All while the German people starved and voted for 1 man who promised their dignity returned and food with jobs. War ain't nice but slavery is worse.

Past Member (0)
Sunday January 27, 2008, 12:21 pm
How about lobbying congress for a *big* war tax on the massive profits made by private corporations out of the (publicly funded) war. (To go back to public programs, like vets medical, education, and that "much too expensive" universal health care idea?)

Anton Oscar Iorga (5)
Monday January 28, 2008, 1:45 pm (Rwanda) (Rape & Brutalities against women & children in Congo) (Rape & Brutalities against women & children in Darfur) (Child Molesting Laws in Montana) (Children’s Right to Survival) (Prevent Baby Abuse) (Global HIV/AIDS Prevention) (Support Safe Childbirth) (Help End Youth Homelessness) (Foster Children) (Autistic Children) (Peace Process in Colombia)

Carolyn J. (0)
Monday February 25, 2008, 6:38 pm
I support our troops - I do not support the decision to invade Iraq. I want our troops brought home now! We should not be the "world's policeman." We should bring our troops home from not only Irag, but other countries where they are stationed. If you want this to happen, this coming election is VERY important. Dr. Ron Paul, conservative Republican candidate for the US presidency wants to bring our troops home ASAP! If you want to learn more about this issue and others you can check it for yourself on his web site. Be proactive. Learn how all of the candidates feel on the issues - don't be DISTRACTED by the Media's "spin" on things - make up your own mind. And, don't be distracted by the charisma of the candidates & all of their promises. The ECONOMY of the US should be discussed in specific terms by all of the candidates, so far, with the exception of Ron Paul, the others are afraid to level with the Americans about the dire state of our economy! Wise up before the elections and get involved. Your future, the futre of your children and grandchildren are at stake!

Sutanu Nandy (0)
Thursday March 6, 2008, 10:56 pm
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Norman S. (0)
Sunday April 27, 2008, 9:50 pm
norman hates quiet!!peace has nothing to do with quiet!!usually with quiet there is stuff shirt causeing under the rugg extortional enuendoed misconseptional tramma not peace !!it takes honesty and generosity the angles of peace for the indirect called peace to express in mood yet conversation and often with emotion has has to happening spontainiously for the occurance peace to occure!!! a human skill in living more than an answer to prayer!!! the instuction of prayer occomplishes!! jesus's advice in many living experiances aquires peace!!!!the absents of honesty and generosity can't incorperate with peace the federal reserve note and the masonic lodge represent the absents of peace!!! cirrencey can't can't money currency can't can't money can't dream of prosperity with federal reserve note the federal reserve note is in receivership and can't can't deliver prosperity!!!

Ryan Peel (0)
Wednesday May 21, 2008, 12:04 am
Prejudism of any sort whether it be political, religous or racial are the barriers we (as Humanity) can build in our lives. Each brick made up of fear, resentment, selfeshness, hatred and ignorance(lack of understanding). as we pile our bricks around us for protection we only imprison ourselves.
-Only I can over come my own fear let my guard down and show the world my true self.
-Only I can forgive those I have resentments towards, lightening the burden I carry.
-Only I can be selfless and go out of my way to help a stranger in need.
-Only I can let go of the self destructive hate in my heart and love someone who hates me meanwhile feeling a heavy burden lift.
-Only I can realize that there is alot in this world I don't understand.
-Only I who can red a book, take a class, travel to a distant land and see with my own eye's.
-Only I who can ask someone who has seen it with there own eye's.
-Only I can make the effort to battle ignorance with education.
-Only I who can free myself from my own prison.

Ryan Peel

Meg A. (66)
Sunday June 22, 2008, 4:44 am
Great post and great comments! Thanks so much for posting.

Cvetomira Dimitrova (0)
Monday June 30, 2008, 2:05 am
That's a great list!However in my personal opinion there will alwaysbe someone to object and distroy everything useful...It's a sad ight watchin people killing themselves for stupid reasons.Also there is nothing we could do but follow that list and live healthier life without violence

Clever Pseudonym (176)
Monday July 14, 2008, 10:03 am
These are good actions.

I invite anyone to try going vegan. I promise you, by choosing peace for yourself, you will come to the realization that it is the #1 thing anyone can do to advance the cause of peace.

These are practical actions.

Meditation works in ways we cannot see. Visualize peace. Pray for peace. Focus your mind and your behavior on peace. The tangible things will come easily.

Thank you for this wonderful list to make us all think about ways to advance peace.

James Almeida (0)
Saturday August 9, 2008, 3:44 pm
I really need everyones, help, and apparantly I am doing something wrong, and no one at care2 writes back to help.
Can you please help me by signing my petition, I realllllly need alot of signitures, Please I would be most grateful.

Katrina Schumann (0)
Tuesday August 19, 2008, 11:05 pm
in my opinion stop paying taxes; democrats are in control of Congress because they all promised to get out of Iraq; big surprise another lie; no WMD, no links with Al quida; refusing disability to wounded AMERICAN vets; refusing medical treatment & working with Corps claimed all military personnel have mental problems so the Corps would not hire them; then against laws of the USA PROTECTING citizens, they did criminally allow credit card companies to charge exorbinant interest rates & addl fees; Fed Reserve called it criminal & fraud (which is what deceptive business practices means); added to that they allowed collection calls to be made 6 & 7 times a day every single day AGAIN against US laws; causing trememdous mental stress & anguish, & financial as well; bombarded with agressive calls while denied medical treatment & jobs resulted in horrendously huge amounts of suicides; premeditated cold blooded planned out torture, abuse, & deliberate acts of cruelty against citizens of the USA. STOP PAYING TAXES; mark your W2 forms exempt;

marya g. (74)
Wednesday August 20, 2008, 3:47 pm
I agree!!!

marya g. (74)
Wednesday August 20, 2008, 3:47 pm
I agree!!!

Clever Pseudonym (176)
Sunday August 24, 2008, 1:20 am
Give vegan a chance!
Adopt whatever species you can support and teach them peace.
Stop using oil.
Buy local.
Turn off, donate or destroy your television.
Read everything you can.
Make friends with young people.
Make friends with people who disagree with you.
Use technology to promote peace.
Perform random acts of kindness.
And purposeful directed acts of kindness.
Divest cruelty.

Peace is more important than not war.
Peace is everywhere and everything we do.

Clever Pseudonym (176)
Sunday August 24, 2008, 1:24 am
Cliff, your merchandise is now outdated. Obama's running mate is Biden. If you're voting for peace, vote for McKinney.

Rev Brian Betsworth (16)
Wednesday September 3, 2008, 2:18 pm
6Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

Phil Peas (14)
Wednesday October 8, 2008, 8:06 am
Love your self.

Amalthea Lalaith (11)
Sunday January 11, 2009, 11:28 am
Elspeth Hetrick: good ideas! Yes, be a conscientious consumer (and vegetarian/vegan) make sure coffee/tea/chocolate you buy is fair trade.

Linda Westbrook (2)
Saturday January 17, 2009, 12:43 am
Please investigate the BAHA'I FAITH . It is a workd religion with a basic tenet of establishing World Peace.

olivia d. (3)
Friday January 23, 2009, 1:47 pm
All of the 10 things are not going to work people. This is pure laziness, greed and cowardice on the part of the people of this country. Want to make things change? Have a national work strike, refuse to pay the Beast (taxes to the rest of ya'll).
Do something real.

olivia d. (3)
Friday January 23, 2009, 1:50 pm
Are you all deluded? or just lazy?
We can change, sure: Have a National Work Strike and Stop Paying Your Federal Taxes.

Claudia S. (62)
Saturday February 14, 2009, 6:33 pm
Join us in D.C. this March to lobby Congress for a Department of Peace and Nonviolence

Past Member (0)
Sunday March 8, 2009, 4:39 pm
Dear fellow citizens of the Global Country of World Peace,

Raise your voice against those who still believe in creating peace with arms. Wake them up from this nightmare. They still believe that with hot water you can make the polar icecap grow.
Peace in eg. the middle east starts with peace in the minds of those in charge. And THIS PEACE we are able to create with our new insights into the functioning of the collective consciousness in that area of war independently of those who create that war! I am not asking for a peace attitude, or thinking of peace or hoping for peace or even meditating on peace. That is by far not enough. There is neither historic evidence nor scientific evidence that this will work. There is however both historic evidence and scientific evidence that the TM-Sidhi program has the desired effect. Only a very small fraction of the number of people in war need to do that program. They can even brought in from outside!
Read the details on this in my petition to the governments in war.
Please sign this petition as the results will be sent to the Palestine and newly formed Israelian government.
Click on the link below to read and sign the petition.

Thank you very much,

Hein Brik.

If you have remarks or suggestions, please let me know.

Sevrsevserv C. (0)
Sunday April 5, 2009, 11:45 pm

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luxuryhotels Hasan (0)
Tuesday April 7, 2009, 11:47 am
above attempt r fine for peace movement . additionally i think one should be added like write about causes like war,terrorism & others ferosious activitiy in the public community to grow depth awareness why we should avoid it for peaceful earth !

Rianne ten Veen (79)
Friday May 1, 2009, 6:44 am
Learn about and share the TRUE meaning ( ) and necessary action on jihad: spirit of inner struggle to lead a Godly life, with BIG jihad being tackling our greed, jealousy etc.. this will augment our contentment and thus PEACE. In peace, Rianne/ globalnomad

Jan Zittinger (2)
Wednesday May 13, 2009, 3:36 am
I went to peace rallies in Germany with fellow Americans before the Iraq war began - even though we did not prevent it, we felt true to ourselves and I felt that I set a good example for my teenage daughter. We also attended prayer sessions to pray for peace!

Whitebuffalo Calfwoman (4)
Saturday May 23, 2009, 4:58 am
My love,
it is simpler than this...
1. Bless yourself every hour of each day, at least four times a day. "I bless myself and I bless the world"
2. Daily walk about with fire, blessing to purify space.
3. Gather with your community.
Aho, may your spirit fly
your devoted servant,
white buffalo calf woman

Begonya Plaza (0)
Tuesday June 9, 2009, 7:18 pm
i just completed a short film as a contemplation on the ravages of war. i'd like to spark a dialogue to find ways to end war and help the soldiers who come home wounded and traumatized.
i am just beginning to submit the film to festivals... we shall see just how open they are to this important topic.
AMERICAN HERO, 14:45 minutes long.
if you have any ideas as to where the film can have a screening and discussion, please feel free...

Nikki J. (15)
Wednesday June 10, 2009, 11:03 am
While writing make sure you use recycled paper and a pencil from a sustainable forest and bought from a local/organic manufacture then you are not only promoting peace but you're encouraging businesses to be more considerate both economically and ecologically. :-) xx

Janice Burnett (8)
Friday June 12, 2009, 7:37 pm
I agree with all you say, and good on you for putting this out. If you don't mind my adding to your ten suggestions I would change the wording from anti war to pro peace in all ten ways to promote peace. Mother Theresa said she would support pro peace but not support anti war. Its simply about the word content being more of a positive tone. Also I would recommend more meditation throughout the world as it raises the consciousness of man to a higher sense of wisdom that enables action of peace and harmony. The more who meditate the better the state of each individual and hence all of humanity. Let's do it!

Past Member (0)
Wednesday June 24, 2009, 9:42 am
I dont think there is such thing as peace because humans naturally want what some one else has its called jealousy and they do what ever they have to go and get it there will always be someone who doesnt want peace as well there is no such thing as peace on earth

A. D. (53)
Tuesday August 4, 2009, 4:51 am
Let's join with people in a celebration of Truth and Reconciliation, Solidarity, Respect for each other, History and the Future...building August 4th as a universal Day.
Be just one link in the chain, and happiness will go through all of us.
A drop of happiness ... Then another drop .. And even a drop .. This is the way that brooks, and streams, tall oaks from little acorns grow becoming rivers, seas and oceans ...

Join us, sign here

A. D. (53)
Friday August 7, 2009, 7:38 am
Let's join with people in a celebration of Truth and Reconciliation, Solidarity, Respect for each other, History and the Future...building August 4th as a universal Day.
Kind regards

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Saturday August 29, 2009, 5:57 am
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Past Member (0)
Wednesday October 7, 2009, 5:02 am
"All we are saying - is give PEACE a chance......"

Jules Astor (0)
Monday October 19, 2009, 10:24 pm
Be the change you want to see.

Past Member (0)
Saturday October 24, 2009, 4:58 pm
I don't know if this will be seen, but I hate Care2. It says "We support Animal Welfare" and I don't? I have done so much and they omit me deliberately. They always delete my commments, they do all kinds of mean things to me.

Ronald Baars (1)
Saturday November 21, 2009, 9:20 pm
I think it is a mistake to always display peace as the opposite to war. Perhaps we should peacefully forget the war on poverty or the war on drugs. Peace should also not be confused with its counterfeits complacence, or indifference. What of those poor people in Darfur. Should we peaceably ignore their plight? That isn’t to say that the only weapons to fight with are bomb and guns. I believe the pen has always been mightier than the sword.

Sherrie T. (0)
Thursday November 26, 2009, 8:38 pm
10 things we can all do to help promote peace is to try living by the Ten Commandment in the Bible

Linda Harris (0)
Friday November 27, 2009, 5:30 pm
I agree with the person that said,the ten thing we can do to help Promote peace is to try living by the ten commandment in the BIBLE

Mohamed A. (0)
Thursday December 24, 2009, 5:50 am
stop war the peace must be there

Madhu Sudhan (6)
Sunday December 27, 2009, 5:02 am
Thanks much for the list. I also suggest... eating vegetarian and being a conscientious consumer, giving "the Peace Book" to anyone who is pro-war

Jennifer Martino (70)
Sunday January 3, 2010, 7:31 am
Excellant thanks for sharing!

James Woody (0)
Monday January 18, 2010, 9:45 am
One more, absolutley free, support Be Sensitive Day

Batambuze Paul Wamuka (13)
Tuesday February 9, 2010, 6:27 am
The world allover needs absolute peace and tranquility to prevail so that the earth becomes a peaceful place for all to enjoy

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Carl M. (0)
Monday March 1, 2010, 12:21 am
By creating direct access to the most powerful part of the mind, the subconscious, you can teach your subconscious mind to automatically act in the ways that best suit your goals,

Maira Sun (34)
Sunday March 7, 2010, 5:08 pm

Bernice Sotelo (4)
Wednesday March 10, 2010, 2:34 pm
Be peaceful in your everyday life!

Maira Sun (34)
Saturday March 13, 2010, 5:34 am

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Saturday March 27, 2010, 3:27 pm

Robert Besch (0)
Thursday April 1, 2010, 5:44 pm
Under number one, one should really consider how that person's strategy will be pro-peace, If one candidate says we are going to pull all our military back the aftershock to the victims nation could cause waves of vengeful attacks when we would suddenly release our grasp on the country and run. Think About it.

Maira Sun (34)
Tuesday April 13, 2010, 10:52 am

Tina S. (0)
Friday April 16, 2010, 1:45 pm
Important things to remember.

Tariana G. (0)
Wednesday April 28, 2010, 10:42 am
Great ideas. I would add "Be peaceful" and "Stop what you are doing to really listen what others are saying/feeling", because I believe that to support peace we have to start it in our own home.

carmen h. (0)
Sunday June 13, 2010, 1:04 pm
thanks for the information!!!

Tom McCurry (4)
Friday July 9, 2010, 6:35 pm
What a great Share and thread.

How about:

+ Pray for peace
+ Attend a World Peace Meditation
+ Improve your communication skills (learn Non-Violent Communication)
+ Improve your negotiation skills (learn Win-Win negotiation)
+ Click daily to donate @ Care2, The Hunger Site, etc (make them your home page[s] on your browser)
+ Reduce your energy consumption (change a lightbulb to florescent or LED today)
+ Eat lower on the food chain (add one vegetarian meal if you aren't already)
+ Give a smile or hug - especially to someone who needs it
+ Commit a Random Act of Kindness
+ Give your children more Love & Understanding
+ Teach tolerance, conflict resolution & kindness
+ BE the peace you want to see in the world

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Rachel A. (0)
Friday August 13, 2010, 2:49 pm
this is def what people need to start thinking about peace, no more war no more fighting we need to help our nation now more than ever

Lim Y. (7)
Sunday August 22, 2010, 2:47 am
gosh,they sound like little things that can do big...thx

Annick Letourneau (67)
Tuesday September 28, 2010, 6:53 pm
Thanks for the all the ideas. I also suggest... live in an Eco-Village, pray for peace, have compassion, be respectful... Peace on Earth xxx

Celine L. (22)
Saturday October 2, 2010, 5:52 am
Thank you, I have done all 10 listed above, and have a global peace site which people genuinely interested in peace are welcome to join. The link follows.

Abo r. (103)
Sunday October 24, 2010, 9:38 pm
Good post...
Have peace and love and treat others in the way you want them to treat you and love you.
Justice is needed , it is anti war.
No for war yes for peace based on justice.

Connie Owens (25)
Tuesday November 9, 2010, 4:59 pm
Would like to add to that list: When reading hate email, posts or other dubious type messages, send peaceful and loving messages in return. Do not forward said messages or involve yourself by sending them on to others. When receiving such messages, send a reply to the one that sent it and ask to not get them anymore, if they would support peaceful messages instead.

Thank you.

pulse N. (23)
Monday January 10, 2011, 10:47 pm
Truly searching Peace ....
can only pray god to Erase hatred towards each other .

Melissa Hammaker (2)
Monday January 17, 2011, 9:41 am
I start with myself and my children. Instead of getting angry and blowing up, we stop. take a deep breadth, and talk about it. Communication is the number one key to peace. Love each other, and do unto others as we would have them do unto you.

Lesley S. (2)
Sunday January 23, 2011, 12:29 pm
I have been doing all of the things suggested in the List. I even make phonecalls and send Faxes to our representatives. I do received letters from them, thanking me for my opinion. One of my representatives (now gone)wrote back stating his religious beliefs forced him to disagree with my request and my opinion! I am trying to become a Sage of the Tao, but I'm sorry, I was angry.

Brian M. (202)
Wednesday February 9, 2011, 1:26 pm
What does peace really mean to the hungry? What does peace mean to the oppressed? Without economic and social justice, peace is a commodity that the downtrodden cannot afford anywhere on this planet.

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Brian M. (202)
Wednesday March 16, 2011, 10:00 am
I would suggest a few other ideas.
1. Keep the pressure up on Obama. Thus far, he seems quite content to continue Bush's war crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq. Troop reductions are not enough; the illegal occupation isn't over until all the troops have been withdrawn.
2. Celebrate the child-free lifestyle. Choose not to reproduce, simply because each new consumer exponentially increases the rate at which our dwindling resources are exhausted.
3. Pressure elected representatives to incentivize the child-free lifestyle and to penalize those who recklessly reproduce i.e. three or more children.
4. Demand mandatory family size regulations with strict penalties.
5. Reduce personal consumption. Consumption and the population that drives the rate of consumption are going to be the primary reasons for conflict in the future.
6. Commit to a voluntary black out at least once a week for several hours. It's not just "not watching tv," it's flipping the switch on your power box, so all those devices wasting electricity even when you aren't using them are shut off.
7. Daily meditation and exercise reduce stress and contribute towards a peaceful life for oneself and one's neighbors.
8. Demand your elected representatives reduce military spending by at least 25%.
9. March for economic justice. Countries that have a secure social safety net statistically are much more peaceful.
10. Plant the seed; share the weed. The herb of peace blesses all who partake.

Cristina B. (3)
Tuesday March 22, 2011, 1:31 am
Thanks for the list - great ideas!

Linus O. (2)
Wednesday March 23, 2011, 3:48 am
I think this is a good course to embark on...i wl pass the msg..cheersss

Soraia Braga (3)
Wednesday May 18, 2011, 4:08 am
Great list. Thank you for it!

Pat C. (0)
Sunday May 22, 2011, 1:21 pm
Excellent ideas. I already do most but there were a few fresh ideas. Thank you.

Rebecca Smith (0)
Friday June 17, 2011, 1:50 pm
This are great ideas, and a great place to start! Thank you for sharing! I would also add that the best way to finding peace individually, is being open to and accepting the truth, and realizing that we can transcend emotions like fear and anger if we try hard enough to.

Julia Price (0)
Tuesday June 21, 2011, 1:35 pm
People need to realize that we are 2011, and we don't represent a nation with segregation and slavery anymore.

Rhiannon D. (1)
Wednesday August 3, 2011, 4:10 am
Love your list! I think the most important point is to practice what you preach - don't get angry if people argue with you, stay calm and prove that peace is better!

Terri Lynn Sullivan (9)
Tuesday August 30, 2011, 1:58 pm
Great suggestions! I especially like the divest from war profiteering advice. I was aghast to see Halliburton on my portfolio, told my FA to take it off. Some more suggestions: educate kids early that war does not "serve their country", go to to schools and protest any military recruiters, talk to your kids teachers about not teaching class "war-hero" oxymoron, refuse jobs in Fed Div's of corporate world working "defense" contracts or weapons sales.

Terri Lynn Sullivan (9)
Tuesday August 30, 2011, 2:23 pm
One more thing! Help educate people on the fact that the USA ranks #82 on Global Peace Index, behind many nations we once considered oppressively violent. (Japan ranks #3 as they stopped spending $$ on war/weapons) google it! Spread the link to ALL! Look at WHY USA ranks so low "lack of fed gov transparency, political corruption, high spending on "defense"how our schoools are effected due to all this

Patricia Buxton (0)
Friday September 9, 2011, 10:45 am
Yes, but most importantly-be the change you want to see. It is certainly easier said than done.

Christine Eret (1)
Monday October 17, 2011, 8:37 pm
Everything in this list could be done on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. I Try to do these things all the time, I do not believe in fighting where there are other alternatives. I try to help our vets as much as I can.

Tuesday December 27, 2011, 9:33 am
A good way to share views.

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Vicki P. (124)
Sunday January 22, 2012, 12:24 pm
Thank-you for the good ideas...I'll try to do at least one today :)

Michelle Morgan (0)
Saturday February 18, 2012, 2:17 am
What a brilliant list; we forget the simplest action to promote peace; Smile, say hello and be friendly to all you meet; peace is an action and a lifestyle and small changes such as this will infect the world! :)

mark G. (0)
Saturday February 25, 2012, 5:35 am
War! that mad game the world so loves to play. Why don't we opt for peace and unity? Lets make the world a better place. Check
I wish you all peace and love!

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Reina Slee (0)
Friday April 27, 2012, 4:40 am
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Kyle Gerson (0)
Sunday May 13, 2012, 10:31 am
These tips are really good... here's another: Create a petition to stop wars.

Daniele Prive (0)
Monday May 28, 2012, 9:15 pm
You can also just show pro-war people through photos and videos just how terrible war can be. They might think it's all heroism and "saving your country from the evil bad guys", but that probably means that they just don't know the reality of what war is.

Julie Hoffman (8)
Monday June 11, 2012, 3:32 pm

Stone A. (0)
Monday June 25, 2012, 5:37 pm
Happy to read this post for peace building. Media shoul also participate this too.

Stone A. (0)
Monday June 25, 2012, 5:43 pm
Peace is the most necessary thing for the whole word. Try to contribute for peace building
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Janet S. (0)
Thursday July 19, 2012, 1:38 am
...and to love their fellow man with Unconditional love. The human population needs to be addressed as well,,, just allowing couples to have no more than two children We've got to make room for all living creatures here on this earth we all call home. Good write up list.

Paola Paniagua (6)
Monday August 20, 2012, 2:29 pm
I agree with Elspeth Hetrick and Past Member, and would like to add learning different languages :) peace and love brothers and sisters.

Brian M. (202)
Monday September 10, 2012, 8:52 am
All the reasons listed are why I'm voting Jill Stein, Green Party Presidential candidate in 2012. She isn't going to win, but she is the only candidate who can claim to actually stand for peace.

Tamia D. (0)
Tuesday September 18, 2012, 9:52 pm
The information in the blog is informative.Keep on good work on the blog.

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Brian M. (202)
Thursday September 20, 2012, 12:06 pm
Live Green. Vote Green. The two corporate-sponsored parties will never support peace so long as war profits their masters. Peace comes, in part, by no longer passively collaborating with a war-mongering system.

Benjamin Tonduanga (0)
Wednesday November 28, 2012, 12:12 pm
Thanks you.....I want just say about war in my country congo that war is a bad thing and many peoples are suffering, dieying each day inmy country

Past Member (0)
Monday February 18, 2013, 5:11 am
Thanks , good points . I hope that peace would prevail ground.

Fashion Lanes (0)
Sunday March 3, 2013, 10:40 pm
Really good list...

Gokce Ozturk (11)
Monday March 4, 2013, 3:26 pm
thank you.

Bornita Quader (10)
Sunday April 7, 2013, 12:06 pm
Great list.

Vivian B. (156)
Wednesday May 8, 2013, 1:13 pm
Thank you for the tips. They are so helpful and I hope to pit them to a peaceful use!!

Sherry B. (0)
Sunday August 4, 2013, 7:38 am
Work in love, meditate for peace : )

Siti Aisah (0)
Tuesday August 27, 2013, 9:37 am
Very insightful article. I believe thinking globally and acting locally is a start. But I agree we have a long way to go,I will be back for more, keep up the good work. custom Phone Case

Julia Estelleo (0)
Sunday January 19, 2014, 4:34 am
I think the easiest step to do right now is give positive rating on Youtube, for me personally.
Thanks for the list, I'm going to share this with my friends and post it to my facebook. This is !00% helpful.

Tj Harris (2)
Saturday February 1, 2014, 8:24 pm
Are you still writting them ..... Using them ... Want to save what you got.

Please Go READ & SHARE ?!?




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