RSWells and Noah, our world asks us all to cry out for peace. The tears we shed are for all, and for the future.
Thanks for your encouraging responses. (*caring and loving hugs to both of you*)
When we join in together as brothers and sisters, and fight for peace and justice (in a peaceful way), we will achieve peace.
The world will never be 'totally' peaceful, but will be much more just and much more peaceful than it is today if we all try to do our part.
Petitions, protests, letters, emails, articles, speeches and so forth have all been done. Maybe we will not see the results of these now, but we will see them soon. We just need to keep on trying, have faith and most of all, show our compassion for the human race by showing how we care: fighting for peace and justice. And showing the truth, seeking the truth and correcting the mistakes which were made.
And yes, we need to get Bush and his administration out...or we will not see peace.
We can also help each other in this goal for peace: if any of you have any petitions, letters, emails, or anything that I can pass along, sign, and help out with, please send them to me and I will help.
At the moment, here in my area (Ontario), we are gathering and organizing a big protest for March 20th. People all over the world are doing the same. It will be one year that our world went through the blood shed, of the greed and power motivated murders. One year, where the world cried and bled.
But we can continue to try to stop this. At this March 20th protest, we will have many more voices around the world joining our pleas for peace.
It's not about religion, nor about a certain race, nor about a certain country...it's about humanity.
The most powerful weapon humans have to combat evil (murders, lies, corruption), is love and unity.
But none of this would be successful without prayers. With goodness on our side, with courage, with determination, and with many prayers reaching out to God (whatever religion or belief one might have), we will be able to have peace and justice reign in our world.
It is difficult but not impossible.
And we can do it if we hold hands as brothers and sisters, around the world, letting go of the differences we each have from one another, and looking only at the love we all have inside.