members of their family that wouldn’t make them complete. People should not have to experience the brutal way of dying where they feel helpless until their last breath. Murder and violence are morally wrong because killing someone else will not revise their life and no money can afford a person’s life, no apologies can lessen the heartbreaks it brings. In this world, people must always stop, think, and focus on a way to make a proactive and virtuous decision making without hurting others intentionally or unintentionally. Where in fact, people are being called to reach out and touch the lives of others. Therefore, peace, freedom, and harmony should be within every nation, religion, race, community, and home. People do not need to win any kind of violence for them, they need people to shape a world for them that will concede them to flourish in a way to live and to dream. Humans need to end violence and showcase unity; for the good thing about the war and violence is it’s ending.
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