Book of WorldPeace
by John WorldPeace
THE WORLDPEACE ADVOCACY
The Book of WorldPeace
A conversation about increasing the level of peace in the world human society.
by Dr John WorldPeace JD
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War is, in reality, one human being murdering another human being.
War is generally defined as armed conflict between nations, but it is individual human beings who do the actual murdering and the dying.
War is one man murdering one woman, one woman murdering one man, one man murdering one man, one woman murdering one woman, one child murdering one adult, one adult murdering one child. War is one human being murdering another human being.
Whatever the stated causes of war, the truth is that it is nothing more than the sacrifice of our children. It is our children who we allow to be murdered in war and their families must then live with an inconsolable sorrow. How can this be acceptable to anyone?
War is the result of frustrations in a society that comes to believe that there is no other solution to a particular social problem. No nation goes to war with clean hands. No nation murders on the battlefield or within cities with justification.
Powerful nations murder because they think they can get away with it. They may impose their will on the survivors, but they simultaneously sow the seeds of future wars. The thought that murder is a solution to social disagreements is tragically laughable.
How can we delude ourselves into believing that if a person lives next door to us, he has the same rights as we do, but if he lives in a foreign land, his life has no value? Is human value, in truth, based upon the physical location of one's home?
We are all God's children and we are each at one with each other. The
murder of anyone sends irrevocable and intolerable vibrations throughout
the entire world human society. The legacy of violence is always more violence and the legacy of war is always more war.
We are at one with God and at one with each other and we can never justify the murder of any human being. Words like justice or God's will can never justify the great tragedy of humanity murdering itself.
As members of a world society, we must embrace the great moral condemnation of murder as the legacy of war. There is no victory in war without murder and there can never be victory of any kind with murder.
Inner peace comes in the knowing that when we all accept each and every human being as our neighbor, not only will we refuse to murder anyone, we will never have to concern ourselves that our life's blood, our children, will be murdered by anyone else.