ACHA PEACE & HARMONY PLEDGE

ASSOCIATION FOR COMMUNAL HARMONY IN ASIA (ACHA)
www.asiapeace.org   &  www.indiapakistanpeace.org
asiapeace@comcast.net


ACHA PLEDGE OF PEACE & HARMONY



I pledge:

I will not intentionally use my hands or my words to harm anyone;
 
I will treat my sisters and daughters with at least as much love and respect as I treat my brothers and sons;

I will treat all my neighbours as deserving of my respect, regardless of their class, caste, sect or religion; and

I will practice environment-friendly practices in my daily life.


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ASSOCIATION FOR COMMUNAL HARMONY IN ASIA (ACHA) asiapeace@comcast.net

Links

www.asiapeace.org

www.indiapakistanpeace.org

Discussion

  • Anonymous Keep it up good cause.I am with you

  • ilma iqbal A friendly conversation between an Indian and a Pakistani is very predictable. It will always start with a fascination about each other’s politics, culture and mainstream cinema and will then migrate to the fact about common history and will END WITH A MOAN ABOUT THE IDEA OF SEPARATION.

    It all seems very predictable but it shows the common desire which is to forge strong ties of friendship and brotherhood. India and Pakistan has even the same challenges to fight with. So why to keep the falsely constructed distance?

    Let these barriers only be political ones because socially and culturally there are no barriers. These barriers have been constructed and have to be demolished. The barriers of suspicion and hatred are also constructed and have to be demolished too. And these barriers cannot be removed by people with bodyguards or with guns. They can be removed by the faceless in crowds and voiceless in a chorus. They can be removed only by the so-called “common people” or the aam insaan
    We cannot go and delete a chapter in history but we can definitely add a new one. We can add a chapter which says, “AND THEY LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER......”

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    ilma iqbal

    3 months ago Comments: A friendly conversation between an Indian and a Pakistani is very predictable. It will always start with a fascination about each other’s politics, culture and mainstream cinema and will then migrate to the fact about common history and will END WITH A MOAN ABOUT THE IDEA OF SEPARATION. It all seems very predictable but it shows the common desire which is to forge strong ties of friendship and brotherhood. India and Pakistan has even the same challenges to fight with. So why to keep the falsely constructed distance? Let these barriers only be political ones because socially and culturally there are no barriers. These barriers have been constructed and have to be demolished. The barriers of suspicion and hatred are also constructed and have to be demolished too. And these barriers cannot be removed by people with bodyguards or with guns. They can be removed by the faceless in crowds and voiceless in a chorus. They can be removed only by the so-called “common people” or the aam insaan We cannot go and delete a chapter in history but we can definitely add a new one. We can add a chapter which says, “AND THEY LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER......”
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    shahnila tariq, Pakistan

    1 year ago Comments: will promote peace in all the relations in my life
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    ;kothapalli ravibabu, India

    2 years ago Comments: the mindset about women is to be totally changed to avoid atrocities on them
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