A Decalogue for Peace

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  1. Listen
  2. Accept diversity
  3. Learn
  4. Learn how to laugh about yourself
  5. Give
  6. Be the last to leave
  7. Break bread
  8. Be kind
  9. Be strong
  10. Talk about peace
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36 responses to “A Decalogue for Peace

  1. True and the picture is so sweet. Are they shelter dogs.

  2. What a better world it would be if we would follow this decalogue! I especially liked #1 and #2 and #7 and #8. All are needed. Thanks for sharing these!

  3. Beautiful! 🙂 Peace be with you, always 🙂

  4. The only thing I would add is Travel. “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.” — Mark Twain

  5. Reblogged this on quirkywritingcorner and commented:
    Lovely thoughts

  6. So simple yet so true. Incredibly powerful post. And I love the pups!

  7. equinoxio21

    Mi piace. Especially the first one: “LISTEN!”
    Arrivederci
    Brian

  8. equinoxio21

    (What? no wolf cubs? Or pups?) 🙂

  9. Sono d’accordo su tutti e dieci i punti. A presto

  10. I like that you encourage us to listen at the outset. We Americans especially live in a ” talking heads” culture. We talk too much. The Bible teaches that Christians should be slow to speak, quick to listen, slow to become angry. (James 1:19) The whole world would be better if we conformed our lives to this teaching!

  11. Great list–I ‘specially like 4, as I do a lot of laughing about myself (takes the sting out of the craziness).

  12. O'meed Entezari

    Reblogged this on O'meed Entezari and commented:
    Good words, indeed.

  13. IinşaAllah,i wish love and peace to the whole world !!

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