The War to End all Wars
by Adam Goodwin | 2014 | Last Updated: April 26, 2014
Recently I was in France.
As a born-Canada, I was able to visit some of the locations of major battles during World War I and World War II involving Canadian troops. Dieppe, Juno Beach, Gold Beach, and Vimy Ridge.
Vimy Ridge was a major battle during World War I – a war termed as the War to End all Wars.
The War to End All Wars
This begs a question. If there is no war, does this, by default, mean there is peace? What is peace? Can there ever be peace?
This is what I depart this blog post. Three questions about peace.
A Call To Action
The next time you feel yourself getting into an argument or disagreement, step back for a few minutes and take a deep breathe. What is the argument really about? Is it worth arguing, or can you explore and discuss differences in a respectful conversation.
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Adam Goodwin is a Canadian working in the United Kingdom and virtually in Canada, and is a proud introvert and silent leader. He has travelled to nearly 50 major and global cities around the world, and has worked with universities, consulting firms, and sports organizations. He has family and friends in Canada and around the rainbow nation’s only home. Follow his travels, work, projects, and thoughts on Twitter (@adam13goodwin) and on this blog (click on the bottom right-hand corner to sign up for weekly email notifications).