In a world of war, I searched for peace
In a world of hate, I searched for love
In a world of discrimination, I searched for acceptance
In a world of racism, I searched for equality
In a world of injustice, I searched for fairness
But I found NONE.
Then I decided I will be peace.
By accepting my neighbour for who they are.
Remember peace can be a reality if we do not make religion a barrier in loving my neighbour.
Peace can be a reality if I am ready to put aside all differences and accept my neighbour with open arms.
Peace starts with you and me. If we are not peaceful in our heart, we cannot bring peace that transforms our world.
The innocent child is tired of hearing the sound of bombs.
The innocent child is tired of seeing men carrying guns and shooting recklessly.
The innocent teenager is tired of reading newspapers that are just reporting about wars.
She is advocating for peace.
Peace can indeed be a reality if we learn to control our emotions.