2017 Peace Day Essays/Poetry

/2017 Peace Day Essays/Poetry

2017 Peace Day Essay Contest Winner Joneal L. from Jamaica

Joneal L. from Jamaica in Kristi Halpern's New York cluster submitted an original poem that has been chosen as the winner for this year's Peace Day Contest. "Dreams of Peace" My unborn child, I hope that, When you crawl into bed at night, You dream of peace in the world When I kiss and give [...]

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2017 Peace Day Essay, Talitha B. from South Africa

Below is a picture I believe best describes peace. Peace is finding happiness in the little things. This photo I believe expresses that in a few ways! You set your soul at ease when you are surrounded by the beauty of nature, it's so calm and peaceful. Only sounds of chipmunks running around and birds [...]

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2017 Peace Day Essay, Pauline P. from Germany

Freedom for me is exactly what I am having right now in this exchange program: Freedom for me means that you are able to visit places wherever you want to go to. It means being yourself without thinking about what others would have against you. For me it means developing new skills, new places that [...]

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2017 Peace Day Essay, Kart M. from Estonia

Since 1981 when International Day of Peace was established by the United Nations General Assembly it is observed around the world on 21 September. International Day of Peace is devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples. The theme for 2017 is “Together for Peace: Respect, Safety and [...]

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2017 Peace Day Essay, Alexandra P. from Colombia

WHERE IS THE PEACE? Is the peace just a five letter word? Is the peace the symbol of a white bird? Is the peace a symbol relates to the hippie movement in the 1960s, the same that was originally designed for the British nuclear disarmament in 1958? Is the peace one of the reasons why [...]

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2017 Peace Day Essay, Phatthaya S. from Thailand

“Peace” means when you know who you are, what are you doing, happy to be yourself, and appreciate what you have. Nothing can bother you because of inside, you have a strong heart. As the same time that you love yourself,  love others people too. Share and learn how different between you and every kind [...]

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2017 Peace Day Poem, Ramona E. from Germany

Peace Peace One word Hard to get Important to strive for Together

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2017 Peace Day Essay, Ileana D. from Mexico

“Peace is not something you wish for, it's something you make, something you do, something you are and something you give away” -Robert Fulghum A few days back I couldn't find the words or the approach to talk about peace. I wondered how would I be able to describe such an abstract concept that seems [...]

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