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Flora Hoelzl, Austria, Counselor Saori Moriwaki

Text:  What is peace? Does it exist? Does it make the world twist, or is it just an imaginary breeze? When I think of peace, I see happiness and joy. No war, no hate, just release from all the things that us annoy.  Some flee from war and find peace in a safe place, while others [...]

By | September 30th, 2016|2015 Peace Day Essays/Poetry|Comments Off on Flora Hoelzl, Austria, Counselor Saori Moriwaki

Madeleine Trotter, South Africa, Counselor Amy Morse

Peace According to Wikipedia the word ‘PEACE’ has different meanings; most of them are used to describe goodness, happiness and helpful deeds to name a few. For me PEACE is a very big word. It is a word that I think more than half of the world’s population wishes we had with one another. Peace [...]

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Aerin Ashleigh Edens, South Africa, Counselor Terry Magruder

A Vision of Peace or at Least a Piece of Peace Peace is a simple 5 letter word, a noun defined as, “freedom from disturbance; quiet and tranquillity.” The spelling of pace is pretty straight forward but, what happens if you spell it, ‘piece’? Piece is also a noun but it is defined as, “a [...]

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Sandra Tarka, Poland, Counselor Jim Hamlin

MY VISION OF PEACE My name is Sandra and I am 25 year old Au Pair from Poland. I came to US to experience a multicultural life among people who, as I believe, everyday enrich me with their personalities, languages, life experiences and much more. I love people and love that everyone of us is [...]

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Andrea Hinkel, Germany, Susan Kalen

Peace-Children are holding each other by their hands. They wear colorful clothes and have different skin colors. It is the well-known symbol of embracing the diversity of cultures. The emblem shows the globe in the middle and the chain of smiling kids twined around it. It is the perfect symbol for peace: No racism, no [...]

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Chloe Fortoul, France, Counselor Babette Stirland

What does peace look like to me To answer to the question “What does peace look like to you ?” is very difficult. We could answer with some cliché : no war, no conflict, no pain, a perfect harmony between each individual… And we’ll think all these answers are cliché because we’ll say this is [...]

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Martyna Nowacka, Poland, Counselor Engelien Zegers

Peace? It’s easy. It’s tolerance. The day when people accept each other will be the day when world will be a safe place to live. Do you hate somebody? Why? Because his different? Well, guess what, you’re too. You are different than him. You are different than the rest of the world. Everybody is unique. [...]

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Joanna Figisiak, Poland, Counselor Sandra Tarantino

The dictionary definition of peace is that it’s a period of harmony between different social groups that is characterized by lack of violence or conflict behaviors, and the freedom from fear of violence. And it’s the most common one. For me peace is so much more. It’s one of the most important words in my [...]

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