Please Submit Some Ideas For a Collection Called: 10,000 Really Great Non-Violent Ideas Humanity Can Implement To End All War

 

 

Please send in your non violent ideas as to how humanity can end the practice of all war on Earth.  

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You may write up a list with each idea discussed separately in one simple sentence each.

You may number your ideas.  

Please list the best ideas first.

Lets see who comes up with the most really great, actionable ideas.  

Hopefully we can collect at least 10,000 fantastic ideas that people will begin to put into practice to help the world go peaceful.

For example one idea is:

1) Each person may make amends to all those who we have harmed except when to do so would hurt them or others.

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Lets really have fun with this and come up with as many ideas as possible.

Thanks, Michelle Rosenthal, LMSW 

 

 

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Comment by Layoo Ronnie on November 14, 2011 at 5:07am

the greatest commandment love your neighbour as you love your self can end war idiologies just divide human race

Comment by Michelle Lee Rosenthal, LMSW on November 11, 2011 at 3:34pm

Thanks everyone for sharing your really great ideas.  Lets keep them coming and putting them into practice every day until we have a global truce in place! Michelle Rosenthal, LMSW

Comment by James Osemene on November 9, 2011 at 6:43am
1. Ending war should start with consensus building. People must be able to understand the opposing parties.

2. Again, there is need for adequate information at the right time. This would be achieved through effective communication between parties to a conflict.
3. Proper use of language is key to ending wars. For instance, if Gaddafi did not tell Libyans that there would be 'no mercy,' foreign intervention would have been avoided.
FROM
James OKOLIE-OSEMENE.
Comment by Barea Sinno on November 8, 2011 at 11:11pm

Peace work should start on the personal level. Communities and countries follow.  I believe this happens when human beings start working on themselves first and foremost.  My idea is not theoretical; it is rather widely proven and centuries old.  By doing meditation, concentration and breath work, love and kindness practice, inner peace becomes contagious.  

Comment by Rey Ty on November 8, 2011 at 5:16pm

Fun? Many people are suffering and are victims or survivors of war. Ideas to end war must be grounded on the realities of war, not mere abstract feel good ahistorical, non-contextual notions. Many problems have deep-rooted historical precursors of social, economic, political and cultural inequalities and injustice. Best wishes for our common efforts to end war. 

Comment by Michael Charles Lui on November 8, 2011 at 4:34pm

each country should become energy dependent as well as sustainable in all forms of life: energy, food, water, etc... this will greatly decrease if not eradicate all war over such life essentials especially for the US in terms of the Middle East and oil as well as African countries in terms of basic living essentials

Comment by Atwan Nayef Atwan Alsyoof on November 8, 2011 at 2:21pm

works measured by intentions,so we have to deal with each other like mine , means i liked a good thing to my brother ( other) then i liked  it to my self , this will make our hearts and minds close to each others

Comment by David Hazen on November 8, 2011 at 1:28pm

A fellowship of recovery from our culturally-conditioned dependency on violent thoughts, words, and deeds using Mark Umbreit’s Twelve Steps of Personal Peacemaking in combination with self-disclosure in a safe group environment, a small weekly discussion group of friends for keeping each other encouraged and accountable for working each step using a workbook-style, detailed guide to each step,The 12 Steps — A Way Out.” (Friends in Recovery, RPI Publishing, 1995).

Comment by Diana Kutlow on November 8, 2011 at 11:17am

Sharing a meal, or better yet, cooking a meal for someone is a good way to begin resolving conflict and healing wounds. George Mitchell once brought all the negotiators in the Northern Ireland peace talks together for a dinner where the rules were that you had to sit next to someone from the other side and you could not talk about the negotiations. The result was a better understanding of "the enemy" as a human being, a father, an athlete, a musician, just like you. Let's get communities in conflict to cook for each other, to share community meals, building bonds of common humanity.

Comment by Boyd Fuller on November 8, 2011 at 11:09am

Figure out how you can tell a friend something you would normally hide from them. If you can't allow yourself to be different when you are with your friends, then how can we expect to have open discussions and cooperation with others who are obviously different in less friendly circumstances?

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