Why is peace so elusive in the world today?
A ”survivor” of domestic violence on why
The world today seems to be desperately in search of genuine peace, which is often elusive.
Besides the escalation of old armed conflicts and eruption of new ones on national and international scales, many homes and families are shattered, with domestic violence and relationships spiraling out of control.
This has led to massive divorces and the triggering of lots of violent and wayward youths on the streets.
How can genuine peace prevail and reign in our lives, families and the world?
Well, an African female author, artist and domestic violence counselor, Queen Love (formerly Aminata Touray), has traced the source of the problem to absence of genuine love and broken homes worldwide.
Once a victim of domestic violence herself, the Sierra Leonean author and inspirational speaker who resides in the US, now describes herself as a ‘’survivor’’ of domestic violence.
‘’I believe the world is very, very hungry and thirsty for absolutely nothing but unconditional love. That is what I believe the world is hungry for…that is what I believe the world needs but the world is confused,’’ the survivor of domestic violence told West Africa Democracy Radio (WADR).
In an interview with WADR’s Frank Sainworla, Queen Love said, without unconditional love eminating from homes and families, there won’t be genuine reconciliation and peace in the world.
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One of her books includes, Arise Sierra Leone : Enough is Enough! Queen Love was born on Sunday, July 12, 1959 in Kabala, Sierra Leone, West Africa. She is a survivor, an author, an advocate, and a counselor on abusive issues. She was named Aminata Touray by her father-- a prominent principal (or headmaster) of D.E.C School, and her mother Isata Kandeh, a very beautiful but down-to-earth woman, says her Facebook profile.Tweet