- Michelle Rosenthal
- Brooklyn, NY
- United States
social worker, Dr Susan Smith McKinney Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Are civilians contributing to reasons wars are waged, profiting from war, allowing war to flourish and able to stop wars from being waged?
Many people are unaware that they are playing a part in the reasons for wars, the continuation of wars. Many civilians are not aware they have the ability to play a part in the ending of wars and the facilitation of world peace.
Can our demands for energy, profit, riches, power, natural resources and land be contributing toward war fighting and death?
Can civilians actually play an indirect role in war that they may not be aware of?
Can we actually alter our behaviors and ambitions that would have an impact in support peace and non violence on Earth?
Can we fairly share the resources of the planet with each other as well as with future generations without war?
Can we compromise, help each other and find our path to peace and non violence in this 21 century, the age of technological breakthroughs?
Can we develop technology in support of peace?
We will all benefit when we help others and the sooner we realize that the better for all of us.
Is Peace One Day achievable for just one day per year?
Is Peace Every Day achievable for 365 days per year?