R. Lacombe: A world without peace

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It is imperative for people of all nations to wake up and become aware that they are living in a world without peace. There are ongoing wars, genocide and other atrocities forcing people to escape from the ugly punishments by that dominating force of evilness, ISIS. That group has shown no sympathy for humanity and must be defeated.

Are other people in the world realizing that the cancer of evilness has been spreading to all four corners of the world, appearing to have a commanding position? Their powers have risen above peace.

I suggest that representatives of all nations come together, gathering much like around an ancient campfire while passing a peace pipe. It was simple then, but not as simple now to take a step toward a peaceful debate on how to maintain peace in the world that God created.

It is time to put down the armor or God will crush it into bits and pieces.

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A coalition of nations, working together toward an acceptable compromise for peace, is needed to counter the cancer of evilness — push it into remission. That evilness has caused so much grief, suffering and sadness to families who have lost loved ones at the hands of barbarians.

We must pray daily for world peace and give peace a valiant effort before the light at the end of the tunnel burns out.

Robert Lacombe, Lewiston

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