What has joomla to do with peace?

When I was a little bit younger I was enjoying writing blog posts. Now, working on joomla extensions takes a lot of my time and I'm never in the mood to think about a blog post that is not related to technology. But today I feel that I have to act and no matter how much code there is to be written, I want to use this website to talk about peace.

Maybe some of you have difficulties to figure out what peace means that is why I'm copying the Wikipedia description:

A state of harmony characterized by the lack of violent conflict. Commonly understood as the absence of hostility, peace also suggests the existence of healthy or newly healed interpersonal or international relationships, prosperity in matters of social or economic welfare, the establishment of equality, and a working political order that serves the true interests of all.

I know that you are asking yourself: "What has a website offering joomla extensions to do with peace?"
Do you actually know that joomla means "all together"? Every one of us has the power to say no to violence and to embrace peace. We need to stop waiting for miracles and start acting today – ALL TOGETHER!

Thanks to the internet I've been able to talk to people from all over the world! And I literally mean all over the world! And guess what – we all laugh at the same jokes (maybe except for dark humor, haha) and we all have the same problems! We all want to live a life of dignity and prosperity. War was never the answer, but we human are too stupid to understand this. History has taught us nothing... Anyway, if we want peace we should not concentrate on the bad things in our life, but we should concentrate on the things we want! And I want peace and you?

Leave your comments in the comment section below!

By the way today I found out that the 21st of September is a world peace day. Let us make it possible! Go to this website: http://www.peaceoneday.org and act now!
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