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On January 30, the school day of the Non-violence and the Peace. It all began forty years ago when the Mallorcan pacifist poet, Llorenç Vidal, had the idea of ​​organizing around the commemorative date of the murder of Gandhi (in 1948), an educational conference to promote coexistence between children and young people. How do you live peace within your family?

This is how every January 30, through the various school activities, thousands of children and young people come to celebrate this date, as a way to achieve and conquer a dream year after year: a world in which the globalization of the freedom, social justice and human rights.

As parents, we have a great responsibility to prepare our children for life, so that they become aware that in the face of the reality of a world dominated by destruction, terror, war, death, etc., we have to fight for conservation of values ​​that do not represent threats to our surroundings or to others. We must direct the stimuli to a social commitment, peace and brotherhood. We must educate them with messages of non-violence, supported by the hope of the possibility of a better world. Let us remember that non-violence begins in the family, at home, and that this is the only way to protect children. As Luther King said:If you want peace, prepare peace.

Nor do we need to go very far, for example, let's take hold of the most powerful instrument we have: intelligence. With it, more reasonable and just solutions can be given for each conflict, thus avoiding unnecessary and infamous human suffering, because as Eulogio Díaz del Corral affirms: wars are won by states and lost by individuals.

The use of force is not an obligation; even in the case of legitimate defense it is a right and not an obligation. We must fight to defeat violence and generate peace. It is worth sowing ideas of tolerance, dialogue, solidarity, equality and peace, because by always sowing something, something is collected. We should trust the words of Gandhi, for whom: Nonviolence is a goal to which humanity tends, although without knowing it,.

Educating children and young people in the daily experiences of non-violence, dialogue, tolerance, justice, freedom and the active defense of human rights are moral obligations that teachers do, but also teachers. Parents and society as a whole, we should demand ourselves every day of the year and not just on January 30. The celebration of this day should generate gestures of peace and dialogue that make teachers and students aware of the moral responsibility that all human beings have not to do to others what we do not want them to do to us.

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