Silent as Shadow wrote:Your own definition. Your own strategy to achieve your own definition of world peace, in whatever way you deem best.
I think fear is the reason for most if not all the worlds ills. Fear of not having enough, fear of losing what you have, fear of the unknown, fear of being unsuccessful (which is subjective), fear of dying, etc. I believe most every religious, civil and world war are founded in fear. And from fear comes violence, mistrust, desire to dominate, take over, accumulation of wealth and material things, etc. None of which you can take with you when you die. And you will die. I think understanding life is short, all we are is how we treat others the rest is in our heads. I think if we could admit to ourselves on a conscious level that death is a part of life. And that nothing we do in this life will change that. Maybe we would be able to free ourselves from material pursuits. Maybe by measuring our life's pursuits against the reality of our death would cause us to live life with passion instead of fear.