How peace is written and translated in different languages

By Brooke Resnick

English

Peace

That’s how it’s written

Hebrew

שָׁלוֹם

Shalom

That’s how it’s written

Spanish

paz

That’s how it’s written

Sign Language

Peace

That’s how it’s written

Chinese

和平

That’s how it’s written

French

paix

That’s how it’s written

Arabic

سلام

Salam

That’s how it’s written in English

Russian

мир

That’s how it’s written

Click on this to hear how it sounds

German

Der Frieden

That’s how it’s written

Italian

Pace

That’s how it’s written

What Is a Peacemaker and How I Can Become One

A peacemaker is someone who stops fights and settles them to make the world a better place. I can become one by following in someone’s footsteps or creating some of your own for someone to follow in. But how? By being inspired by others. You can donate, start a food drive, or even make a new friend here and there. That’s what I think a peacemaker is.

My Favorite Teaching

My favorite teaching from this semester is the Psalm 34. This Psalm was my favorite because it is a piece for anyone that wants a good life and to have a good future, which is what I think everyone wants: a good life. Part of having a good life is how you treat other people.

Anyone who wants a good life:

Keep your mouth from saying bad things

Keep your lips from saying lies

Turn away from doing bad, and do good

Seek peace, and pursue it

Thank You

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