International Day of Peace 2014

Its International Day of Peace, and as a world peace blog, I feel obliged to post something positive about it. But I feel that would be fake, so instead I will just write about how I feel.
On the one hand, I think it is fantastic that people can unite on one particular day to celebrate peace around the world. However, as much as I support the concept and the work of the United Nations, I don’t think they have the answers to being able to achieve a true world peace. They have incredible people working for the United Nations, and I do not mean to undermine their work, but they have been in existence since 1945, and people continue killing each other, a large part of it in the name of religion but there have also been other issues. I think they are too restricted by trying to be politically correct and not wanting to offend anybody by addressing some of the fundamental causes of war.

The site says “A Day of Global Ceasefire and Non Violence” They lobbied for the International Day of Peace. Well, a day or even a year or a decade of ceasefire/non violence does not equate to a true world peace. I feel more as if it is an International Day of Ceasefire.
I feel a bit strange saying that, I have been a big defender of the United Nations, when it came under criticism from others. I think they do fantastic work, and I don’t mean to be critical myself, but I think a different approach is needed.
I think a true World Peace day needs to address the concepts of inner peace and truth on an individual level, as well as ways of uniting together in friendship. I want to address World Peace in a different way, which is why I have been writing a book to put some of those thoughts and ideas on to paper, so that people can read or listen to those words and decide for themselves if this is something they would like to be a part of. Do I think I will see world peace in my lifetime. Honestly, the answer to that questions is probably not. I am under no illusions as to how big a task is at hand. Do I think that together we can plant the seeds and lay the foundations for a future world peace, absolutely yes. I firmly believe World Peace is possible and will one day be a reality. Lets take a look at the other option for a moment.

We have watched Wars go on in different part of the world, and to a large extent people have become complacent. It doesn’t affect me, or it is no big deal. For a large number of people it is just something they watch on the nightly news. To an extent, it has been no big deal, as since World War 2, those wars have been conflicts between smaller non nuclear superpowers. But with the growing tension and possibility for the escalation of a conflict into a World War between USA and Russia over Ukraine, or USA and China over the disputed islands and seas they are claiming territory over, war would be taken to a whole different level. We now have nuclear weapons, and we have proof that countries are not afraid to use them in a conflict. America used them towards the end stage of a war that they were already winning and did not really need to use in my opinion. So you can clearly see that the losing side in any conflict, if they had nuclear weapons, would have absolutely no hesitation in using them. When you see the movie “On the Beach” you see that nuclear fallout affects everybody on the planet. I don’t believe in the title “World War 3”, I think a more appropriate title would be “Global Suicide”

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6 Replies to “International Day of Peace 2014”

  1. Marek Zielinski

    About Peace 365
    A Bit Of History

    On the 19th of September 2005 we watched a program on Channel 4 titled ‘Peace One Day’. Afterwards while discussing the program with friends we had a good healthy laughter,

    ‘Good for them, one day of peace but what is wrong with the remaining 365 days’, one asked?

    Since then we have committed ourselves to spread the invitation of the General Assembly Resolution 55/282 of the International Day of Peace all over the world, where in paragraph 3 of the Resolution we read:

    “Invites all Member States, organizations of the United Nations system, regional and non-governmental organisations and individuals”, like ourselves, “to commemorate, in an appropriate manner, the International Day of Peace, including through education and public awareness, and to cooperate with the United Nations in the establishment of the global ceasefire.”

    and intend to propose, with the united single voice and active supporters involved in the process, to extend the aforementioned Resolution for the additional 365 days.

    Taken from

    Let’s join the forces and prevent the world from the global suicide.

  2. Bill Watkins

    We have a sick nation, and those that practice war are very set on doing so… We must be clever, giving and ever-motivated to reach our youth.

    Please thank God for scoring your domain, make this a LARGE group, perhaps even a lobby someday.

    We can change minds; one does so with love, never hate, seeking to understand the sickness of war before we set out to conquer it.

    –With love in faith
    Bill Watkins, minister
    Church of MARY

  3. Sullivan

    The world is more dangerous now than any point in
    the history of human life. Most everyone on this planet
    know that there is someone who could find justification
    to kill them. World Peace will happen and Inner Peace
    is a part of it.


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