Loreeley (loreeley) wrote in peace_studies,

International Day of Peace

Today is the

International Day of Peace

"The International Day of Peace was first established in 1981 by a resolution 36/67 of the United Nations General Assembly to coincide with its opening session every September. In 2001 the resolution 55/282 was strengthened to fix the date annually on 21 September and for it to be a day of nonviolence and cease-fire. The resolution was adopted ..."

If you please may, let us do one thing today: We all argue with others, especially those who are dearest and nearest to us. But today, tell three people (if possible, the three people you last argued with) what you appreciate about them, how much they mean to you and the important place they have in your life and in your heart. It doesn't have to be long or sentimental, but tell them. Then ask them to do the same in turn.
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