J2P Monday: New challenge is “Peace out there”

English: A peace tattoo and two peace signs, S...

English: A peace tattoo and two peace signs,  Photograph by Patty Mooney,  (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

As I’ve mentioned, I believe that peace begins within each of us.  But many believe peace arrives through policies, governments, social change, etc.  So I thought I’d offer a challenge that gives you an opportunity to describe your vision of how peace arrives through events/agencies outside of you.

What government policy in the world would bring peace?  Does peace arrive through educating and/or empowering women?  Can you legislate peace?  Is there a relationship between environmental issues and peace?  Name the social shift you think would be needed.  You have this month to write a post (or more) that reflects on these questions.  In the next couple of weeks I’m going to issue a couple of challenges within this challenge so you might want to write a post each week.

Don’t forget to include a link to this post– https://bluegrassnotes.wordpress.com/2015/03/02/j2p-monday-new-challenge-is-peace-out-there/ — and to tag your post with J2PChallenge and/or Journey2Peace.  So far I’ve not received a ping for any posts for February nor do searches with the tags reveal any.  If you posted a response to the February challenge, please edit it to add the tags and the link:  https://bluegrassnotes.wordpress.com/2015/02/03/j2p-monday-what-blocks-your-peace/  If anyone who doesn’t have a blog would like to participate, get in touch and I can put your post on here as a guet post.

Please add your thoughts; love a good discussion!

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