Is it too much to asked PEACE on this world?

@rosema (1145)
Philippines
December 20, 2007 8:10am CST
WHat do you think? is it too much to asked PEACE in this world?
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7 responses
@mensab (4208)
• Philippines
26 Dec 07
i like this question. you ask a sensible question which could be approached philosophically. when one asks something, that something is external of that person or the source is passively outside of that person. i think the concept of peace can be tied with energy which we all have. one small act contributes to the mass of energies that the world contains. then is it too much to ask for peace? if one begins with oneself, then it is not too much. we should not ask for peace, we should actively make peace, everyday, everywhere, to everyone. Peace rosema!
@rosema (1145)
• Philippines
26 Dec 07
hi mensab, thanks for appreciating my question. maybe if we just start with ourself, then it is not too much to ask for peace. but i thinks it's really hard to happen. because we have different belief and thats make conflict.
• United States
26 Dec 07
Peace, peace, peace. Too much to ask from one individual to another. With people only being human, peace will never happen in the world. Peace is only a figment of ones imagination. For with peace, comes conflict. They are at opposite ends of the spectrum, however one cannot exists without another. At this point in time, the Earth is where it has been sense the beginning of time. We do not have more or less violence then we did before.
@rosema (1145)
• Philippines
26 Dec 07
I thinks if we just put peace in the center of heart, and make peace with everyone. i think its not really hard to ask for peace in this earth. but as what you say, we are just human, and we hard to understand each other. thanks
• India
22 Dec 07
Asking peace is not too much,but if there is hard and fast rules for maintaining peace then it would be too much!!! simply asking you peace ,its a good job done by atleast someone!! who really thinks about maintaining peace ,maintaining peace means coordinating with each other but it may not possible practical as human beings are the most destructive creature ever exist in the world !!what ever we are creating positive things for our beneficial but its really harmful to other creatures so we cant maintain the peace as a whole !!
@rosema (1145)
• Philippines
22 Dec 07
I think asking PEACE is not too much, But people are the one who make it impossible to happen. because even in our own family, we dont have peace. Maybe to make that happen, let start from our family first then community, then to our country and world.
• Philippines
22 Dec 07
Peace is what really God wants and there would be peace if we all obey God but this is one of the things impossible. People differ because not all people obey God. And even if those people who claim to follow God are not even at peace with each other.
@rosema (1145)
• Philippines
22 Dec 07
If we all just believe in GOD, PEACE is not impossible.
@oliverdt (1959)
• Philippines
20 Dec 07
We have alot of conflicts in this world, thats why its not possible to make it happen. "Theirs a Saying that were just humans, were not gods" hope thats help
@rosema (1145)
• Philippines
22 Dec 07
yeah maybe CONFLICTS is one of the reason also why we cannot make PEACE here on earth
@williamjisir (22903)
• China
9 Jul 08
Good morning, dear rosema. In the world nowadays, what we need most is peace, because a peaceful world is of the most important for each country to develop its economy, for each family to live in harmony. Peace is a wonderful thing, without which, it would be full of fights, wars, which is not what we would like to see at all. We call for peace in every corner of the world. We love peace because we are peace-loving people. Anyone breaking the peace of the world is not welcome and acceptable. May peace be with us as always! Thank you, rosema.
@kdhartford (1152)
• United States
26 Dec 07
There will be peace in the world, but in order for that to happen we will have to give everyone hope out there. As a traveller in this world, I find that there are many people without hope. We have a responsibility as the more fortunate to give the less fortunate hope. When we give people hope, they will turn to less violent means of interaction.