The Support Of Faith: 46 ►War is not the Solution of any Problem

Published: 23.02.2020

Grand festival of respectable recognition is the grand festival of self-discipline and self-control. Significant formula of personal peace and world peace is self-discipline. If it is groomed, problem of violence will be solved automatically. Violence is not the solution of any problem. War is a dangerous and brute form of violence. History till today is the witness of the fact that war has not solved any problem. Ultimately solution of the problem is sorted out through compromise and treaty.

Sometimes such attitude emerges in the thoughts of men that give rise to confrontation. Presently Gulf war is something like it. Problem became complex. Horrible attacks are being made from both the sides. Mind blowing public killing is going on willingly or unwillingly. Entire world is affected by it. Even after many efforts, war could not be avoided, this is surprising. Moreover, the astonishing fact is that common people of any country are not in favour of war. The awakening of public opinion to stop the war is factually a victory of non-violence over violence.

We are going to organize an international conference from 17th February, 1991. The motto of this conference is training of non-violence. At our call many leading international institutes like International Peace Bureau, Geneva; King Martin Luther Junior, Institute for Peace, New York, United Nation’s University for Peace, Colorado, (USA), Gandhi Peace Foundation, New Delhi are participating in the conference actively. On one side war is going on and on the other training the non-violence is being thought. It is because of the fact that war will not be the solution. On this occasion I want to request all the leaders of the world, particularly those leaders of both sides who are involved in the war, that they should not enlarge the ferocity of war. They should still try for peace and settlement so that human race is saved from destruction.


Title:  The Support Of Faith

Acharya Tulsi


Sadhvi Vishrut Vibha

Publisher:  Jain Vishwa Bharati, Ladnun
Digital Publishing: 
Amit Kumar Jain

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