100 Ways to a More Peaceful World

  1. Be generous with your smiles.
  2. Commit daily acts of kindness.
  3. Respect the Earth.
  4. Walk in a forest.
  5. Plant a tree.
  6. Contemplate a mountain.
  7. Don’t pollute.
  8. Live simply.
  9. Skip a meal each week, and send $5.00 to an organization helping the hungry.
  10. Erase a border in your mind.
  11. Teach peace to children.
  12. Read Chief Seattle’s Letter to the President.
  13. Be honest.
  14. Demand honesty from your government.
  15. Think about consequences.
  16. Commit yourself to nonviolence.
  17. Support nonviolent solutions to global problems.
  18. Speak up for a healthy planet.
  19. Demand reductions in military expenditures.
  20. Be fair.
  21. Pledge allegiance to the Earth and to its varied life forms.
  22. Think for yourself.
  23. Ask questions.
  24. Recognize your unique potential.
  25. Join an organization working for peace.
  26. Be less materialistic.
  27. Be more loving.
  28. Support an Arms Trade Code of Conduct.
  29. Oppose all weapons of mass destruction.
  30. Sign the Abolition 2000 International Petition.
  31. Work for an international ban on land mines.
  32. Use your special talents for a more harmonious world.
  33. Don’t eat animals.
  34. Help the poor.
  35. Fight against militarism.
  36. Study the lives of peace heroes.
  37. Help create a community peace park or garden.
  38. Commemorate the International Day of Peace in your community (the third Tuesday in September).
  39. Help strengthen the United Nations.
  40. Support the creation of an International Criminal Court hold individual leaders accountable for crimes against peace, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and genocide.
  41. Read the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and demand that your government live by it.
  42. Be aware of the rights of future generations.
  43. Sign the Cousteau Society Bill of Rights for Future Generations.
  44. Make decisions as though all life truly matters. It does!
  45. Join an action alert network.
  46. Make your voice heard by speaking out for peace.
  47. Laugh more.
  48. Play with a child.
  49. Support health, education and the arts over more weapons.
  50. Help educate the next generation to be compassionate and responsible.
  51. Accept personal responsibility for creating a better world.
  52. Sing.
  53. Write a poem.
  54. Organize a church service on the theme of peace.
  55. Learn about another culture.
  56. Help someone.
  57. Support the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF).
  58. Climb a mountain.
  59. Clear your mind.
  60. Breathe deeply.
  61. Sip tea.
  62. Express your views to government officials.
  63. Fight for the environment.
  64. Celebrate Earth Day.
  65. Think like an astronaut, recognizing that we have only one Earth.
  66. Be constructive.
  67. Ring a bell for peace.
  68. Plant seeds of peace. Work in a garden.
  69. Change a potential enemy into a friend.
  70. Watch the movie Amazing Grace and Chuck.
  71. Share.
  72. Be more peaceful.
  73. Send a note of appreciation.
  74. Tell your friends how much they matter.
  75. Say “I love you” more.
  76. Don’t tolerate prejudice.
  77. Demand more from your elected officials.
  78. Walk by the ocean, a river, or a lake.
  79. Recognize that all humans have the right to life.
  80. Respect the dignity of each person.
  81. Be a leader in the struggle for human decency.
  82. Watch the movie King of Hearts.
  83. Send sunflowers to world leaders, and call for a world free of nuclear weapons.
  84. Oppose technologies that harm the environment.
  85. Lose an argument to a loved one.
  86. Read Hiroshima by John Hersey.
  87. Walk softly on the Earth.
  88. Appreciate the power of the sun.
  89. Speak out for global disarmament.
  90. Support a stronger world order.
  91. Teach nonviolence by example.
  92. Remember that “No man is an Island.”
  93. Spend time in nature.
  94. Boycott war toys.
  95. Be thankful for the miracle of life.
  96. Read All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque.
  97. Remind your leaders that peace matters.
  98. Oppose violence in television programming for children.
  99. Listen to Beethoven’s Ode to Joy.
  100. Celebrate peace.

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