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"THE ARAS VISION:
By the year 2060 the human race will live in peace, health and harmony with itself and its environment.

ARAS MISSION STEPS:
1. ARAS provides lifelines to people in need around the world and in the community, by coordinating volunteers, funding, education, referrals, and giving communities the tools and resources they need to help and to heal. ARAS helps homeless families in need of food and shelter, mothers and children in transition, and communities suffering from economic need or natural disasters. ARAS helps give people the basics to survive and the self-confidence to grow and thrive, and to become contributing members of their community who can continue the cycle of helping others.

2. Support a non-partisan, non-denominational think-tank for replacing the financial, industrial and social vacuums that occur between wars with the building blocks of an economically viable and lasting peace. Create programs for developing that peace around the planet by the year 2060.

3. Encourage governments and non-governmental organizations worldwide to bring their policies, activities and products into alignment with the Vision of 2060.

4. Promote the redirection of resources from creating war to creating peace through the expansion of science, medicine, arts and the healing of our planet.

PEACE CAN BE...

Peace is an undeveloped yet fertile industry—a new way of living and sharing that is capable of spreading lasting prosperity throughout the world.

Peace vs. War:
Peace, as a way of dealing with conflict, rewards everyone – while war rewards the few by taking from the many. The majority of casualties in war are not warriors, but those trying to avoid destruction. As, by nature, war is the practice of destruction, peace is, by nature, the practice of construction. War is often said to be waged in order to make peace, yet what follows war is not peace, but an absence of war; a vacuum; soon to be filled with that which is best known and most easily accessed when problems arise: another war.
How to wage peace? We must study the strategies of peace as assiduously as we have studied the strategies of war. We must encourage government support of individuals, policies and industries that look for peaceful solutions to problems that once brought war.


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