Lunedì, 22 Ottobre 2018

Pope says there is no peace without dialogue


Vatican City, August 21 - There can be no peace
without dialogue, Pope Francis said on Wednesday during a
meeting with a group of 200 Japanese students visiting Rome and
the Vatican.
"It is dialogue that makes peace," the pontiff added during
an impromptu speech to the students from the Seibu Gauken Bunri
junior high school in Tokyo and their 15 teachers.
"All wars, all fights, all problems that are not solved and
continue are due to lack of dialogue," the pope said.
"When there is a problem, dialogue: this makes peace".
The pontiff also spoke about dialogue among cultures and
"mildness", which he defined as "the ability to ask smart
questions: Why do you think in this way? Why is this culture
doing this? Listening to others and then talking, first
listening and then talking, this is mildness".

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