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Originally posted by Skyfloating
Originally posted by Aquarius1
I think the first question would be, why don't we have world peace, who is stopping us? There are those who don't want us to have peace and will go to any extreme to make sure we don't.
In order to arrive at that question you would first have to assume that planet earth is meant to be peaceful instead of full of contrast and challenge.
A small flat tablet adorned with a sacred image that worshippers kiss when offered the kiss of peace.
The kiss of peace.
Pax - A time of wide-ranging stability when there is only a single dominant power. Used with a Latinized name: "Editorials lauding the civilizing influence of Pax Britannica were met with ... a crushing disinterest from most of the public" (Nisid Hajari).
Medieval Latin px, from Latin, peace; see pag- in Indo-European roots. Sense 2, on the model of Late Latin px (Rmna), the Roman peace, state of security obtaining under Roman rule alteration of Latin (Rmna) px
Does humanity prefer action to peace?
Originally posted by soficrow
It's a good question. But what do you mean by "peace"?
The word "peace" comes from the Latin "pax" and implies one world government:
Originally posted by NuclearMitochondria
There are so many things I could think of doing but a lack of peace makes it hard (if not impossible) to accomplish.
Originally posted by sinohptik
Why would world peace, even in this context, denote universal or personal peace?