My Vision of a Peaceful World

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No person on this earth knows the future. Not a single person knows how this world will come to an end. Yet the current situation gives us no compelling proof of a bright future. With the majority of people stressing on environmental problems, they tend to forget many matters of immediate concern. One of the many threats to the earth is violence.

It is ironical that humanity is the greatest hazard to itself. We use the new technology for the purpose of mass destruction. But we should remember that with great power comes greater responsibility. Warfare has become so common that people have become oblivious to it.

The most common but the most dangerous of them are the nuclear weapons. An important question that every concerned individual should ask is: Do these weapons make a country and its citizens more secure? The answer to this question is that they do not.

Terrorism marks the extent of human nature. It is the height to which a person in his hatred could slaughter innocents. There have been innumerable terrorist attacks since time immemorial. But again it does benefit to none. The only thing violence does is tension amongst society, perpetual despair and creates a world not living in peace but in pieces.

Albert Einstein truly said, “I know not with what weapons world war III will be fought but world war IV will be fought with sticks and stones”. We have limited resources on this earth. So why waste it on such useless causes. Mankind must put an end to war, or war will put an end to mankind. So the moot question is “what we as the future leaders could do for the mother earth?”

Ask a contestant of miss universe pageant about any three things she would promote or work for in the future. The instantaneous answer would undeniably contain “universal peace”. But it is definitely easier said than done. Anyway if every person in this world begins to think like this then the word “hope” would not exist in the dictionary. The real topic of this...
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