Is World Peace Possible

@angel108 (570)
October 16, 2007 8:44pm CST
There has been a lot of peace talks and organization promoting peace.People fight for peace,which I find strange.I say this because if we want peace why do we need to disturb our peace to express our value for peace. We all want peace. But is world peace possible and if you believe so what is your contribution to world peace?
4 responses
@lucky_witch (2711)
• Philippines
17 Oct 07
Yes I believe that it is possible to achieve, BUT there are lots of things that we have to do, and we have to do it together. We can only achieve peace if we all decide that we want it. We should try to listen and respect other people's opinion. Not because they think differently, they are our enemy. We have to understand each other.
@kodie420 (872)
• Canada
17 Oct 07
I don't think there will ever be a chance of world peace because someone somewhere always wants the power and to be the most powerful man alive. If you ask me war is unnecessary and could be solved with some words but instead all these power hungry wars lords think its better to risk innocent lives and blow crap up to prove they are bigger and badder then the next guy. I truly and honestly believe if women where in all the high places of the governments in every country there would be less violence maybe even none. For some reason women will try to talk things out before they really have to take action and I believe if a few leaders would have done this earlier we wouldn't have had so many wars and so on. So again in my personal opinion there's no way we as a people will ever experience world peace.
• United States
17 Oct 07
Of course not. From the dawn of time there has been conflict and war. This is the nature of humans. My contribution is small but it is in trying to avoid conflict with others around me. You always alienate the other person even if you get your point across.
• United States
17 Oct 07
world peace is not likely but it is posable. But if it was to happen I world help friend in need of help.