Peace Readings by our Religious School students

“There are many different ways to bring peace to everyone. You can bring peace by singing songs, doing a good deed, and it’s even as simple as giving a smile to somebody. So now go and please make someone’s day full of peace, if you haven’t already.”

 

“We have evolved over thousands and thousands of years. There have been faults, mistakes, anger, and empathy. Though, whether or not there is anger or calmness, we always have a product of peace. Peace is the right and good thing in the world for a positive religion of Jewish people and a positive world of difference and culture. We want a good history of rights, friendship, and happiness as much as we suffer together and we pray and learn together. So God, O God, may You answer our asking for peace and normality.”

 

“My prayer is that I am hoping for world peace to come. I wish for no more wars and no more selfishness. Instead be selfless. Accept who you are and who you’re meant to be. In my own life, in my own family, we have fights but then we forgive each other. Accept one another and don’t judge them. If you can be forgiving, you can make the world a better place.”

 

“I have a dream that there will be hope for peace on all of the earth. But there can’t be because there is too much violence. How can we make an end to violence?
Answer 1: Stop fights from happening at school.
Answer 2: Stay calm and take deep breaths.
Answer 3; When you are about to have a fight with a friend just walk away.
Answer 4: Be kind to one another.”

 

“I lie there in my bed
and think of all the people,
the homeless, the sad,
the ones with no dad.
Everyone has a story
not always with glory.
This is my wish.
That everyone will have a home
and one day
lie under the sun with everything they need
and all that they please.”

 

“I wish we can have a cleaner environment. A lot of people throw out garbage and make pollution. I hope kids, adults, and grandparents respect the world and realize that some people are making the world a bad place. I hope you help the world. Having a clean environment would be peaceful.”

 

“I wish that there is world peace in the planet.”

 

“The world is working on showing peace. Everyone in the world, who may not have what we have, deserves peace. When we take care of other people, when we give tzedakah, we can help bring peace to others by making them whole. I wish that all people in the world receive peace. “

 

Pouring out kindness with lots of love
and
each and every one is different.
Everyone has their own emotions
and
we should all respect them.
So
peace is a big part
of
our life.
I hope
peace will
spread
not
just to my community
but the world!


“Kid-friendly peace for all.
Murder is very bad.
I pray for no violence.”

 

“I wish there was no more homework,
because I feel peace when I don’t have it.
I wish for everyone to feel that peace.”

 

“I wish that there will be no such thing as wars.
I wish that because I feel like wars are not necessary.
It could also cause death of people and animals.
It could wreck our homes, too.”

 

Yo, yo, yo, I’ll take it slow.
Peace is the best and I’ll tell you the rest.
F-i-r-s-t there’s an inner circle.
Within it you can find your own peace.
Like meditation. Clearing your mind.
That can sometimes make you more kind.
Then there’s an outer one.
Family and friends.
That’s where fun never ends.
Then there’s an even outer one
the size is the most.
It’s between countries and across different coasts.
Now this rap comes to an end.
Three circles, self, country and friends.
Now – I’ll show what I know.
In Israel peace is called Shalom. (Mic drop)

PEACE
The wind blows over a quiet night.
No fighting between anyone.
Families getting along.
A dove flies overhead.
Silent, its white silky wings
flapping next to a
green olive branch.

 

Answer 2: Stay calm and take deep breaths. 

I have a dream that there will be hope for peace on all of the earth.  But there can’t be because there is too much violence. How can we make an end to violence?

Answer 1: Stop fights from happening at school. 

Answer 2: Stay calm and take deep breaths. 

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Answer 3; When you are about to have a fight with a friend just walk away. 

Answer 4: Be kind to one another.”

 “I lie there in my bed

and think of all the people,

the homeless, the sad,

the ones with no dad. 

Everyone has a story

not always with glory. 

This is my wish.

That everyone will have a home

and one day

lie under the sun with everything they need

and all that they please.”

“I wish we can have a cleaner environment. A lot of people throw out garbage and make pollution.  I hope kids, adults, and grandparents respect the world and realize that some people are making the world a bad place.  I hope you help the world.  Having a clean environment would be peaceful.”

“I wish that there is world peace in the planet.”

“The world is working on showing peace.  Everyone in the world, who may not have what we have, deserves peace.  When we take care of other people, when we give tzedakah, we can help bring peace to others by making them whole.  I wish that all people in the world receive peace.  “

Pouring out kindness with lots of love

and

each and every one is different.

Everyone has their own emotions

and

we should all respect them.

So

peace is a big part

of

our life.

I hope

peace will

spread

not

just to my community

but the world!

 “Kid-friendly peace for all.

Murder is very bad. 

I pray for no violence.”

 “I wish there was no more homework,

because I feel peace when I don’t have it. 

I wish for everyone to feel that peace.”

 “I wish that there will be no such thing as wars. 

I wish that because I feel like wars are not necessary. 

It could also cause death of people and animals. 

It could wreck our homes, too.”

Yo, yo, yo, I’ll take it slow. 

Peace is the best and I’ll tell you the rest. 

F-i-r-s-t there’s an inner circle.

Within it you can find your own peace. 

Like meditation.  Clearing your mind. 

That can sometimes make you more kind. 

Then there’s an outer one. 

Family and friends. 

That’s where fun never ends. 

Then there’s an even outer one

the size is the most. 

It’s between countries and across different coasts. 

Now this rap comes to an end. 

Three circles, self, country and friends. 

Now – I’ll show what I know. 

In Israel peace is called Shalom.  (Mic drop)

PEACE

The wind blows over a quiet night.

No fighting between anyone.

Families getting along.

A dove flies overhead.

Silent, its white silky wings

flapping next to a

green olive branch.