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Creating A Culture of Peace Peace That has been the main goal of many different cultures throughout the history of time Whether or not they have attained that main goal of peace is very debatable It all depends on whose definition of peace you are looking at and how someone would distinguish a culture of peace from a culture of disharmony Since the subject of peace is very abstract and philosophical in nature it becomes very difficult to find a way to create peace within a culture that will satisfy everyone Due to this great difficulty many people believe that it will never be possible to create peace within our culture They believe that it is just a far-fetched dream However if one were to take this idea of peace being something we can never attain then there is another way of looking at the subject Peace is obviously something we can have that will satisfy everyone but it is something that we can always work on and improve The ways in which we can improve our culture can be much easier to understand when we break down everyones definition of peace into separate points By doing this we can specifically improve each aspect and in the long run we will have created a much more peaceful society The first aspect of peace is the spirit peace which reflects how we feel about ourselves and how we treat others Peace is to smile at the world taking good care of the animals the trees the lakes and being aware of the environment When we understand nature - and accept the fact that we are part of it - then there will be peace We want a clean balanced and uncorrupted environment for our children to grow up in We as individuals of a whole like peace because we like the world We need peace in order to feel safe and inner
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