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Peace can solve all the problems?
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No. War may be the better option to some problems at times, particularly when the dangers or destruction of keeping mute or making peace is bigger than actually fighting the war. So peace is not always the solution.

For instances

In the era of an oppressive or tyrannical government, protest maybe better than peace.

Also, in the case where the demands of a big country colonising or annexing a smaller country, are overwhelmingly unbearable, then maybe fighting for freedom is better.

Also, in the Islamic religion, there is the belief that war maybe better in cases where there is a weaker government of the country asking or ordering the Muslims of the country to forfeit their religion.

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No, most of the problems in advanced countries persist despite relatively long period of peace. People still die in car accidents, average 5-year survival rate of all cancer types remains at about 60% despite decades of continuous research efforts, domestic violence is still rampant.

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Solving problems with peace is almost the best way to solve problems. It brings better understanding of the situation and everyone's opinion is heard perfectly. Peace is more than the absence of conflict or commotion. It is often recognized as acting in accordance and worth of self, others and the interconnectedness of humanity.

Most wars faught in history could have been simply sorted out with a peaceful way. Understanding the points of view of each other and comig up with long lasting and efficient solution which would have saved millions of live.

On the other hand, i actually disagree with thr notion that peace can solve everything. In the Bible, God destroyed the world with flood and not peace treaty with human beings. Using this as a case study, we humans can't see such and still consider peace as an option to solving problems.

Humans naturally want to rule and win and oppress and in that manner comes war and desolation of millions in the wake of the conflict. Peace is priceless and terror is senseless but we still opt for wars.

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In its context, peace is not a way, it is a destination. It is, in my opinion, the ultimate goal. Yes, aiming for peace can be able to solve problems.

Trying to understand each other, trying to calmly converse with each other, trying to see eye to eye, trying to resolve conflicts without the use of rash and violent decisions - these are solutions that aim for peace. It is easier to solve any problems if all involved aim for peace as a result.

Imagine two people arguing and exchanging their conflicting opinions. The argument will have a better result if both of them listen to each other to understand each other, not to formulate a rebuttal against one another. Any argument, any mishap, any misunderstandings can be fixed easier if maintaining peace is more important than being right.

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What is life without problems? I really can't imagine a life without that, probably boring.

But if their is peace among us, it would mean that there is no hate among us and war won't take place and that's all I can think of.

Life is full of challenges which we like to call problems and that makes it exciting.

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I don't quite agree that peace can solve all the problems in the world.

Yes! it definitely can solve problems but not all the problem.

Imagine a very poor country, a country without anything to eat. Peaceful cannot make their stomach full.

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I think not all problems, for everything you need a balance, good and bad, not everything is solved peacefully.

Certain things can be solved peacefully, being calm can make you think more clearly about things and be able to get an answer to what you are looking for.

Peace can be the answer to many things, but not all.

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How precisely would you define “peace” in the context of the question...?

Likely answer is NO.

However, you may be likely to get closer to the answer you seek if first clarifying SPECIFICALLY what type of “peace” you are referring to...

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