The Right To A Peaceful Environment

Bati-bati na lang lahat, please!

Bati-bati na lang lahat, please!

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How do we measure peacefulness?

If a community has no conflict between the civilians and the military- it is peaceful.
If a community has no conflict between the leftist and the military- it is peaceful.
If the community is vigilant enough to stand against anybody who dare to cause violence–it would be peaceful.
If the children are protected from neglectful parents–it is peaceful.
If women can go home at night without worrying about rapists and molesters–what a peaceful place!
If the family has enough food on the table–they would be peaceful.
If the husband takes care of the wife and the kids and if the wife respects the husband and loves the kids–what a peaceful home!
If everyone in the community respects one another despite the difference in religion, political views etc—it would be a peaceful place to live in.
It is our right to have a peaceful environment.
Peace must be everyone’s objective.