peter yeseab

London Uk, United Kingdom

About peter

Bio

Student, Artist, lover of science and great literature.

I'm passionate about

art, medicine, great novels, Catholicism and music.

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Ways to succeed in the field of medicine. Religion. Philosophy and ethics.

People don't know I'm good at

Karate.

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peter yeseab
Posted 12 months ago
Can we ever achieve World Peace?
I agree, it seems now everything and everyone is governed by fear. The only moments that we conquer our own individual fear is through being inspired and motivated to carry out good and moral actions. some of this can be done via faiths and other times role models. but the media in a sense carries the key to the medicine of national fear, as they are the ones telling ghost stories to make it sell. The manipulation of stories can have drastic effects on society, as you can start for example the story of British colonisation from the moment of the successful democratic independence of South Africa but not the colonialism itself.
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peter yeseab
Posted 12 months ago
Can we ever achieve World Peace?
HI Frank, fantastic argument, but how are we as a people able to combat this 'controlled gossip'? and how do we know who to trust? you've got many people across the globe who have strived for peace and somewhat have succeeded to a certain extent, but it all comes down to the individual in the end. And laws must be put in place to allow people to see whats going on around them and be able to act on it. Power to the people in a sense, but although it may seem we have the power, in many democratic countries, games, TV and inflicted fear seem to slow down society from achieving peace.
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peter yeseab
Posted 12 months ago
Can we ever achieve World Peace?
Hi Peter Law Valid point, however, that suggests that we should stand by and let the world carry on in chaos. Although a believer myself, doesn't the Bible teach that we should at least strive for peace?
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peter yeseab
Posted over 1 year ago
Does science take away the 'magic' in life?
A lot of good arguments being said however, I think the term "magic" is being miss interpreted as science inventions. Yes science can make some amazing, magical stuff however, after a while there 'wonders' gets neglected. if you compare what I am stating to a child when given a new toy, some toys last longer than others but in the end we just throw them away. Look at the steam engine train and any other scientific invention which has been replaced with a new one. my point is that science can't bring everlasting satisfactory happiness to our lives and instead might possibly be reducing it instead.