The Importance Of War And Peace

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We don 't want no weapons, no wars We don 't want to fight anymore Is love so very hard to teach? We don 't want no weapons, no wars We 're not not gonna fight anymore We just want to live in peace Have you ever wonder what will happen to our world if there is war every single day? Are you willing to live in such an awful place? Of course not! In this catchy song entitled “No Weapons, No Wars” by Elliot Madriss, it had helped people to realise the true importance of harmony with the strong lyrics. The issue of war and peace has always been a focal issue in all periods of history and at all levels relations among nations. War is undeniable the most evil thing in this world. Yet the international community had fully realized the supreme importance of the virtue of peace against the evil of war only after having suffered the most frightening, ominous and highly destructive two World Wars during the first half of the 20th century. The blood soaked shreds of humanity that lay scattered in several hundred battle grounds, particularly on the soils of Hiroshima and Nagasaki after being hit by the atomic bomb, they all cried for peace, peace and peace on the earth. The question then arises as how to maintain the harmony within the…show more content…
One elementary way of defining peace has been to say that peace is absence of war. This is, however, a very narrow view of peace. There is no doubt that absence of war is the first condition of peace, yet peace is not merely an absence of war. Nevertheless, since absence of war is the first condition of peace, people should began to focus their attention on the need for the protection of human rights of all, protection of environment and securing of a real and meaningful international integration. All of us can make a mountain of a difference by collaborating together to prevent war and to nurtured the harmony within
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