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Beatitude Project- Peacemakers.
Transcript of Beatitude Project- Peacemakers.
For You And For Me
And The Entire Human Race
There Are People Dying
If You Care Enough For The Living
Make A Better Place For You And For Me If You Want To Know Why. There's A Love That Cannot Lie. Love Is Strong It Only Cares For Joyful Giving. If We Try, We Shall See. In This Bliss We Cannot Feel Fear Or Dread. We Stop Existing And Start Living Peacemakers inform us of what happens when conflicts aren’t resolved and it challenges society by daring them to stand up to bullies and to protect themselves. It’s a reminder of our responsibilities and duties to God. It serves us a guide to become a good Christian. No matter what mistakes people make, we shall learn that nobody is perfect and that the shouldn't leave them just because of something that has happened in the past, present, or future. It is our choice that if we want to be peacemakers and follow the word of God then we can, but sometimes people make the wrong decision which can end up being the biggest mistake of their life. As well, we learn how to become peaceful by some of the actions that take place around us for example outside of your house, at home and the media. However, sometimes not everything we see is peaceful and that can influence us to follow in that bad action. What we've learned: