Creed of Peace
A Practical Approach

I am guilty of war when I proudly exercise my
intelligence to the disadvantage of my fellow man.

I am guilty of war when I distort others' opinions which differ from my own.

I am guilty of war when I show disregard for the rights and properties of others.

I am guilty of war when I covet what another has honestly acquired.

I am guilty of war when I seek to maintain my superiority of position by depriving others of their opportunity of advancement.

I am guilty of war if I imagine my kin and myself
to be a privileged people.

I am guilty of war if I believe a heritage entitles
me to monopolize resources of nature.

I am guilty of war when I believe other people
must think and live as I do.

I am guilty of war when I make success in life
solely dependent upon power, fame, and riches.

I am guilty of war when I think the minds of
people should be regulated by force, rather than by reason.

I am guilty of war when I believe the God I
conceive is the one others must accept.

I am guilty of war when I think that a land of a
man's birth must necessarily be the place of his
livelihood.

— Anonymous



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