Widad Akrawi quote

"We have to consciously build the elements of a world based on a culture of peace and disarmament. This is a task for everyone. It is multidimensional in scope, requiring meaningful participation of people at all levels."

Widad Akrawi

Born: 1969

Occupation: Author

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Each day is an opportunity to build the defenses of peace in the minds of people.

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Unnecessary bureaucracy hinders creativity, growth, justice and the attainment of peace.

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We have to Build Bridges of Peace Instead of building Walls of Wars.

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To achieve peace, it is crucial to eliminate unnecessary bureaucracy that prevents peace processes from advancing.

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Compassion is a reflection of our connectedness. Your voice is need and much appreciated!

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Coexistence and personal peace are at the heart of global peace and harmony.

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I salute every individual who honours the core values of peace and help in one way or another to make a difference.

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No matter what you face, don't forget if you're positive, positivity will find you and embrace you.

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No matter what you are dealing with in life, be it resentment or regret, bitterness or sadness, anger or apathy, hatred or hesitation, depression or disempowerment, disappointment or other destructive...

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You have a chance to save lives! If you don't take it, you may regret it!

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The Purpose of life is to thrive and save lives with passion! Save Yazidis today with love and compassion!

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Let the world feel your compassion: Help save kidnapped Yazidi females!

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I will follow anyone... and invite everyone... too unite and defend the freedom of expression.

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Key message to all patients: Let go of all negativity and empower your body through your positivity.

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I WILL FOLLOW ANYONE... AND DEMONSTRATE TO EVERYONE... THAT THEIR FEAR IS GENUINE

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