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healthykids What Peace Means to Children


The World We All Need by Kids for Peace


Peace is… a wish that grows around the world


everyone feeling music in their hearts everyone having someone to love everyone knowing they are in a safe place


everyone knowing they are beautiful inside and out


singing together


making art and sharing it with others growing a garden, planting a tree protecting animals


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getting Dorothy back home everyone playing sports instead of going to war


happiness for all, peace on Earth and pizza for all people


being kissed goodnight every child having a family every child having a ball to play with at least one hug a day a warm bed to dream in


the angel in my heart using your voice for good


treating others as you wish to be treated sending all soldiers home to their families people shaking hands


having fun and being kind helping people in need everyone having an education everyone having good food


goodness laughter love


meditating nature


the beauty that surrounds the world


Kids for Peace Pledge I pledge to use my words to speak in a kind way.


I pledge to help others as I go throughout my day.


I pledge to care for our Earth with my healing heart and hands. I pledge to respect people in each and every land.


I pledge to join together as we unite the big and small.


I pledge to do my part to create peace for one and all.


Contributions are by children ages 5 to 11. For more information, visit KidsForPeaceGlobal.org.


keeping our world safe knowing anything is possible


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