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What is necessary for humans to live at peace with each other As we reflect on history we can find that people use different ways to live at peace achieve harmony with one another The word peace is a small word with a big meaning Peace is freedom from or stopping of war Peace is a treaty or argument agreement to end war or the threat of war But the question is what is necessary for humans to living at peace with one another Reaching an agreement or compromise with a person is an important key to live at peace with one another In society we have several ways to accomplish this goal through killing reservations plantations making people slaves or through treaties History has demonstrated humanitys inhumane actions toward humanity Throughout history we have a race of people who has been a dominant race and the other races have been the slaves or workers In reading Three Dirges by Marshall Bennett Connelly it shows you how we as avoid 1st person usage unless it refers specifically to you as an individualdont use it generically humans can live at peace with one another This story shows you dont use any form of you in formal writing the advantages and disadvantages of living at peace with one another Through reading from Three Dirges by Marshall Bennett Connelly it put me in the mind of how people treated the North American Indians in the 1800s and 1900s Imagine this you One is are teaching an Indian how to read You The teacher knows if you heshe gets caught then you heshe will die What will you that teacher do Will you heshe teach the Indian how to read or would you the teacher let him live in society as a dumb lower class individual This was a hard decision for some people to make Some people rejected peace and living in harmony with one another Some
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