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Peace is the silence in the world.

Peace is the silence in the world. It is people not hurting each other, not fighting each other. We love each other. With peace we feel free in our own country. The ways we must consider to have peace is first of all to discipline ourselves. Don't go with your emotions. Be patient with one another.

As a child, I think I can help in having peace on earth by praying to God as long as I can so that the fighting may stop.
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Title Annotation:peace & the children
Author:Valle, Gracielle
Publication:Igorota
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Oct 1, 2003
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