How you look doesn’t mean anything
The World War era may have ended 60 years ago, but that doesn’t necessary mean that we are at peace now. Up until now, war is still a major problem. One of the main causes of war is the misunderstandings of two or more countries or organizations. And up to this very day, there are still some countries that are not in good terms with one another.
Over the past years, the relationship between the United States and Afghanistan had been intense. Thousands have already died due to the rift between these countries. Soldiers on both sides have been killed, families have been left behind, thousands of civilians have died and countries have been divided. Is this what we really want?
This war has created a wrong impression about the people in Afghanistan or nationalities related to Afghanistan. Most people would pre-judge an individual basing from his or her looks. If a person has long beard or is a Muslim, people would already see him as a terrorist. This discrimination is just unacceptable. Good people are being misjudged just because they look like bad guys or terrorists. And it also doesn’t mean that if you are groomed well, you are a good guy. Using silk’n sensepil
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The wars that we have created are introducing a wrong mentality to our citizens towards other nationalities. It should not be like that. You may look like Osama bin Laden but that doesn’t necessary mean you are a terrorist. And it also doesn’t mean that if you look like Jesus, that makes you holy or a good guy. Looks should not be the basis of an individual’s identity or characteristics.
We started war therefore we should also be responsible enough to end it. Isn’t peace what we all wanted? Wouldn’t the world be a better place to live in if all people are in good terms? War is only contributing to more hatred, more deaths, more rifts and more money wasted. Visit this website
to learn about how much the government has been spending on war alone. Instead of investing on guns, tanks, nuclear weapons and other destructive weaponry, why not invest in food for the community, shelter for the poor, a better education and health care system and so on. These are what we need. We don’t need war. In fact, we never needed war.
We need to start ending war right now. There are other important matters than war. We need a more peaceful world. And we can start changing the world within ourselves. My friend, be a part of ending war.