Amb. Mayokun ADEBIMPE
Peace and unity are five-lettered words which are sweet to the ears and good to live in. However, this five-lettered word–Peace can not be achievable without the four-lettered word, “LOVE”.
Love brings us together irrespective of our differences. There are numerous religions in the world with about 4,200 religions documented. Think about the different nations, cultures, ethnic groups e.t.c
that currently exist on earth.
Differences exist everywhere even in the family.
What is “unity” without “love”? Always remember, “United we stand, divided we fall”. We should endeavour to look past our differences and embrace ourselves with love. An African proverb says, “If we do not forget yesterday’s matter, we will have none to play with” and someone once said that having a grudge against another is like letting out a space to the other without any charge. Therefore, we should let go of every grudge we might be holding toward our neighbour—this pertains not only to individuals but also to societies, cultures, races, and nations.
Forgiveness is expedient if we want peace to reign. We have to love, live and let go.
Love others like yourself.
Live your life to the fullest.
Let go of every hatred.
Never forget, where there is love, there, peace
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