War and Peace Quotes by Leo Tolstoy
Greatest Peace Speech Ever
Let's Make Peace, Not War
Look around you. Observe the world you are living in. Can you feel the beating of a thousand desperate hearts? Can you see the fear for tomorrow in the looks of people? Can you hear the cries of a thousand mothers who are losing their children each day? Now ask yourself, is this the place where you always wanted to live? Is this the place where each child expects to grow up when they open their innocent eyes and see the world for the first time?
In the history of warfare the twentieth century stands out as the bloodiest and most brutal - three times more people have been killed in wars in the last ninety years than in all the previous five hundred nowhere to hide No part of the world has escaped the scourge of war. There is nowhere that modern weapons or armies cannot reach. Anywhere in the world you can find people who will use guns to get their own way. From under the ocean a missile can fly out beyond the atmosphere and come down to destroy a city on the other side of the world; while a tiny butterfly-like object an anti-personnel mine can blow up the child who picks it up thinking it's a toy. The destructive power of weapons has grown enormously during the twentieth century. Unfortunately, people's ability to resolve conflict has not made the same strides. Expenditure on defence has also grown steadily.
War is a terrible evil, which can destroy the nation. Causes of the war can bring many difficulties into the life. It refers to an armed battle nation. During the war, a family can suffer many problems, if any member of the household will die in the war. Sometimes the war is the necessary evil and only the process of solving disputes, but in reality, it can become a long argument because of some person, who does not maintain the peaceful manner. Peace is the great solution to everything. It is the identity of a real man, who are not interested in any fight and concentrate their mind among nations.
Friday, 20 September 2013
Ronald Regan Patriotic Speech
Dear Audience! If you search for a synonym, it might even say a truce. I think Peace is far more than just a truce. A truce, in my mind, is an agreement to stop fighting. If we are to achieve peace, we must, every day, make a difference. If every day, someone does something kind for someone, it will create a ripple effect.
No doubt war is an evil, the greatest catastrophe that befalls human beings. It brings death and destruction, disease and starvation, poverty, and ruin in its wake. One has only to look back to the havoc that was wrought in various countries not many years ago, in order to estimate the destructive effects of war. A particularly disturbing side of modern wars is that they tend to become global so that they may engulf the entire world. But there are people who consider war as something grand and heroic and regard it as something that brings out the best in men, but this does not alter the fact that war is a terrible, dreadful calamity. This is especially so now that a war will now be fought with atom bombs.
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