Peace

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Peace

 

In addition to ​illustrating the meaning of values, the Reflection Points offer a values perspective, one of valuing the dignity and worth of each human being.

Age group: 3 7 years

  • Peace is being quiet inside
  • Peace is having good feelings inside.
  • Peace is when people get along and don’t argue or hit.
  • Peace is having positive thoughts about myself and others.
  • Peace begins within each one of us.

Age group: 8 14 years

  • Peace is more than the absence of war.
  • Peace is living in harmony and not fighting with others.
  • If everyone in the world were peaceful, this would be a peaceful world.
  • Peace is being quiet inside.
  • Peace is a calm and relaxed state of mind.
  • Peace consists of positive thoughts, pure feelings, and good wishes.
  • Peace begins within each one of us.
  • To stay peaceful requires strength and compassion.
  • Peace is a qualitative energy that brings balance.
  • World Peace grows through nonviolence, acceptance, fairness and communication.
  • Peace is the main characteristic of a civilized society.
  • Peace must begin with each one of us. Through quiet and serious reflection on its meaning, new and creative ways can be found to foster understanding, friendships and cooperation among all peoples.

Age group: Young Adults

  • Peace is more than the absence of war.
  • World peace grows through non-violence, acceptance, fairness and communication.
  • Peace begins with each one of us.
  • If everyone in the world were peaceful, this would be a peaceful world.
  • Authenticity of action depends on authenticity of person.
  • Peace is a calm and relaxed state of mind.
  • Peace is inner silence filled with the power of truth.
  • Peace consists of pure thoughts, pure feelings, pure wishes and pure intent.
  • Peace is a qualitative energy.
  • To stay peaceful requires compassion and strength.
  • Serenity is not the absence of chaos, but peace in the midst of it.
  • Peace is the prominent characteristic of what we call a "a civilized society".
  • "Peace must begin with each one of us. Through quiet and serious reflection on its meaning, new creative ways can be found to foster understanding, friendships and cooperation among all peoples." — Mr. Javier Perez de Cuellar, former Secretary of the United Nations