Do you believe that one day world peace may be accomplished?

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  • 1 month ago
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    no never not while we have governments,individuals do not start wars,we are sent to war. as long as people are willing to enlist,or learn to say no/// wars will continue

  • 4 weeks ago

    Yes, but it begins with me and with you. It begins with all of us

  • 1 month ago

    Yes. We are believers and we have achieved all the things by believing in ourselves.

    Reaching to mars is not possible without believing so one day may peace is all around the world.

  • 1 month ago

    Not as long as religion is a big thing

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  • 1 month ago

    No Muslims cannot Live together there will be civil war in Europe caused By Muslims

    Look at Turkey Ethnic cleansing of Muslim Kurds

    The USA has been at war since 1776

  • 1 month ago

    No.  Because there are people out there who simply live to hate and are incapable of accepting "the other."  So long as one person doesn't like another person's lifestyle, or religion, or gender, or sexual preference, or color, or nationality, or financial status -- whatever given thing one person may dislike about another -- there will always be conflict; animosity; unrest; loathing; pettiness.  And as long as there are those things, there will always be someone who takes such ugly ideas to a violent extreme.

    The good news is that while there will always be pointless hate, there will also always be people who refuse to cower before that hate and will stand up against it.

  • Tara
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    1 month ago

    Yes … when God comes.

  • 1 month ago

    No way, we live in a crazy mixed-up world and that's how it will stay.

  • 1 month ago

    Of course. A lot of great scientists have understood this through studying other systems. It's a matter of numbers and patterns like all created things. For instance, when a group of ants get together and start building an ants nest scientists have noted that in the beginning the mathematics of what's going on is chaotic. However when a certain number of ants get together working on the nest something happens, something quite extraordinary. They all of a sudden start working together cohesively. The math that charts their building becomes ordered, completely organized. It's as if when a certain number of ants get together with the same goal, a sort of energy field charges them all (magnetically?) and they naturally all begin working together in an ordered fashion until the building is done. The math behind what they're doing is so patterned that it seems they are now working under one bigger mind. As if telepathically they all recognize their personal role in the building and they don't stray from it. Nature, or creation, whatever you want to call it works in patterns.

    There are natural positive patterns that truly sustain all physical things. All around you in truth, most scientists realize this, all there truly is are vibrations of energy. Light is a vibration, YOU are a continuously changing pattern of vibrations. Everything physical and/or visible is. In truth we are all new at every moment because all things are vibrating in and out of existence continuously and faster than we can perceive. Quantum physics will tell you that nothing is even anywhere other than waves/vibrations of energy until you focus your awareness on an area. Then what were waves becomes perceived by us as particles of information/signals/patterns. Get it?

    Einstein, on his confusion when first learning about quantum mechanics wrote to Bohr, "Do you really believe that the moon is not there, if you're not looking at it?"

    Niels Bohr's reply, "Prove to me that it is?"

    Erwin Schrodinger, "The world is a construct of our sensations, perceptions, memories. It is convenient to regard it as existing objectively on its own. But it certainly does not become manifest because of its existence."

    "Isolated material particles are abstractions. Their properties being definable and observable only through their interactions with other systems." Niels Bohr

    David Bohm, once described by Einstein as his intellectual successor said, "in principle this reality is one unbroken whole, including the entire universe and all its fields and particles.

    When we measure something we are forcing an undetermined, undefined world to assume an experimental value. We are not measuring the world, we are creating it." Niels Bohr

  • 1 month ago

    never ..man was even fighting in biblical days

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