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There is a Way to Bring Peace to All Nations - Yisrayl Hawkins Says
Date:8/30/2013

Abilene, Texas (PRWEB) August 30, 2013

As Events in Syria and the Middle East Intensify, The Peaceful Solution Character Education Incorporated is Hosting a Teaching Seminar To Help Nations Diffuse Mounting Tension and Learn Peaceful Co-existence.

“We have a program that teaches peace to countries that are in desperate need of solutions and we’re offering this training for free,” says Hawkins. “This is the time to get a peaceful message out around the world.” He asks the question, “What is accomplished by adding more violence to an already violent situation? We need to arm them with tools to become educated in peace.”

“We don’t teach people to strap on bombs, or shoot their way out of a conflict,” he says. “We teach people to involve themselves in actions that are helpful and fair to others. We teach them how to help others work out conflicts and most importantly we teach them to stop and think before they make rash decisions and we teach them to be considerate of others. Yes, we can do that with this program. If applied, it will solve problems between nations. In six months, they can be wanting to be of help to each other, instead of removing all hope from each other.”

Yisrayl Hawkins has been in the news a lot these days promoting the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program. He claims that anyone can learn the program, and more importantly, anyone can turn around and teach the program to others. “If we can train one person, that person can go back to his or her home land and teach hundreds, maybe thousands.”

With wars raging throughout the world at any given time, the group says we have nothing to lose and everything to gain by teaching peace as a means to resolve conflict.

The Peaceful Solution Character Education Program seminar is scheduled for September 27, 2013. It’s open to anyone who wants to take a positive step toward spreading peaceful living throughout the world. Contact
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