Peace is often the cause of the absence of war or armed conflicts within or between states. It also appears as a calm state, a living utopia in which the population is in good relationship and social problems are outside the equation. This peace idea is of a perfect nature and seems to be impossible, especially in times of insecurity.
Peace is often attacked by inadequacies and inequalities in the state and international levels. Dissatisfaction often causes people to look for objects that fill their void. The differences, however, relate to socio-economic structures, religion, ideology, etc. Compared to people questioning and often misinterpreting others. Inability to meet the demands and misunderstandings create conflicts, so the abolition of the peaceful scenario is started.
The practical concept of peace is that of color and faith, regardless of the world's citizens, a decent standard of living. They are able to maintain their needs and are therefore satisfied. They are also able to choose their freedom. Although conflicts may arise, one behaves like a man's longing to fool himself and blow his neighbor. Nevertheless, these arguments must be resolved promptly, excluding the fact that it does not grow in a way that the state or a substantial part of it does not affect the rest of the state and thus prevents the international community from worrying. This kind of peace is of course relative to nature because it is not viable to achieve absolute peace.
Peace can be shared and observed in three dimensions: at community, state and international level. Communal peace is one of the members of a community. They live in a suburb of high school families. Human needs, from basic to self-fulfillment, are met. The food is served at each dining table. Families can enjoy a three-day diet. Both young people and old people can maximize their potential and become positive contributors to the community. Local educational institutions are available with high quality education. Academics can not be mere focus but intellectual and moral considerations as the formation of the latter in the personalities of members of the community is necessary for the realization of common peace. Furthermore, different denominational churches must be present and people must respect the differences in such characteristics. Well trained and well-informed population is targeted at the presence of local libraries and the promotion of the culture of reading. Finally, local government units act accordingly and synergize members of the community in maintaining the communal order. People's security is essential to maintaining purity and silence, which aims at achieving pure minds that enable peace to progress.
State-level peace can be achieved through a regulated democratic treaty. Voting populations participating in education should be present, which serves as the tool for building effective and efficient government officials based on integrity, experience and competence. In addition, they must be officials whose platforms are aimed at the well-being of the majority and not distorted by rhetoric but by the hopes of the population. The problem of corruption should be reduced through the punishment of criminals. The prosperity of the people should not be sacrificed, but rather a priority. In addition, laws must be strictly enforced against strict sanctions against slanderers. You must prevent the spread of scattered and well-written poems in thick books and volumes of books.
The eyes, like the wealthy members of the society, who need bare feet, should have a country shadow to reach the prosperous middle class. This can be achieved by the hard work of the government to educate members of society about population control education and to ensure a wide range of employment opportunities. Extreme politicization must also be avoided against people's needs, which are always on the government's priority list.
As far as the international level is concerned, peace can be achieved by observing a world organization like the United Nations Charter. The nature of the latter must, however, be transformed into a police force that governs the conduct of states, whether large or small, rich or poor, and so on, by means of strict measures listed by the provisions of the Constitution.  Since peace is opposed to structural differences between states, intense competition and the most appropriate "survival" scenario, the ideal solution is that industrialized nations provide the less-favored people with the help. This should be done through humanitarian aid, without the sovereignty and a hidden agenda intervening in the right to self-determination and exploitation of developing states.
It is difficult to reach views on peace as stated above. However, it is possible. At the initiative of the states, by helping to reduce the inequalities and the instinctive feeling of goodwill, raising the living conditions of humankind throughout the world, it is not impossible to achieve this kind of peace. (Sheena Ricarte, Peace Pedagogical Division, De La Salle-Saint Benilde College, 2004)