Peace First – Then Security

Peace: A state of tranquillity or quiet; freedom from civil disturbance; a state of security or order within a community provided for by law or custom

Security: The state of being protected or safe from harm; things done to make people or places safe.

Though the difference between these two concepts is minimal, having peace involves a state of security, that does not necessarily mean that having security will lead to peace.

The biggest difference between the two definitions is the state of tranquility or quiet that exists in peace, feeling secure within the self, provided for by conscience, protected from harm by the power of the positive energy generated from that state of peace.

When we change the language of education to concentrate on discovering, developing, and directing the gifts and talents of All children in the United States we will make good on the promise to our posterity of freedom and justice for all.

When we provide every child in America an excellent, free and public education, delivered by dedicated, knowledgeable, caring educators who know and understand that every child is gifted and talented with the ability to become an integral part of the positive direction of our nation, we will begin to realize the strong, successful nation that our forefathers set in place.

Providing every child in America with an experiential education that respects every culture for its contributions to our nation allows children to respect the cultures of others while learning to respect their own culture, history, and relevance to the advance of mankind.

Creating neighborhood schools strengthens neighborhoods which strengthens communities, strengthening cities, states, and our nation by truly becoming united in the excellent education of every child in every school in every local community in every state in the union.

Changing the language of education means changing the fabric of America, discarding the worn, reform model and replacing it with a new child-centered model that creates the inner peace that will guide the direction of what we must do to make people or places, like schools, safe.

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