1. The mental limits of war – PeaceVoice
    April 14, 2017 @ 03:13

    […] so war consciousness, in all its simplistic glory, rules. Any uncertainty — did Assad really unleash the poison gas attack, when he had nothing to gain from doing so? — […]


  2. Min
    April 11, 2017 @ 22:21

    A video people might like to watch – https://youtu.be/HNqjn0Kqyyw?t=12m20s


  3. balayogi venkataraman
    April 11, 2017 @ 13:17

    I feel like sharing two links as they will explain in a nutshell the root cause of  various manifestations of disunity and lack of harmony

    1. http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2016/02/unity-variety-and-i-identity-in-middle.html

    2. http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2016/01/unitypeace-harmony-amid-variety-heady.html


  4. balayogi venkataraman
    April 11, 2017 @ 12:36

    1. Unprovoked attack or bombing by any nation on any other nation is to be condemned irrespective of any far fetched justifications. 2. Most of the existing international as well as intra- national referees are highly influenced and prejudiced or biased and therefore have lost their credibility-though very unfortunate.  3. International terrorism will get further encouraged by instigating violence of any form as very often spontaneously Newton’s Third law of motion operates psychologically further encouraged by religious fanatics and ideology peddlers. 4. Let us strive at individual level by stop acting preachy and instead start acting with friendly relationship with other human beings at micro level and at macro level let policy makers design policies that do not offend any one but ensures peace and harmony of the maximum number of human beings


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *