Examples of Peaceful Vocabulary


Here are examples of how to "pattern peace" by using a peaceful vocabulary.


Always delete words similar to "kill," "death" and "violence" from your reporting.


And then find ways to use peaceful words, such as "peace" and "love."


It’s very easy to do.


You just state the same facts and editorial perspectives.


(After all, it's your job to report truthfully what's going on.)


With more pleasant vocabulary words.


This couldn't be easier.


It's easiest when the facts you're reporting on are peaceful.


However, it's also simple to do when the facts that you’re covering aren’t peaceful.


In other words, when writing for newspaper and television teleprompters, you can almost always find ways to delete words similar to "kill," "death" and "violence."


And you can almost always find ways to add the peaceful words, such as “peace" and "love,"


Regardless of the subject matter you are covering.


EXAMPLE A


The following teleprompter writing contains the unhelpful emboldened words "kill," "death" and "violence"...


"30 people killed dead in a violent gun fight"


...and can easily be rewritten.


Simply delete those unhelpful words, and add the helpful ones, "peace" and "love."


Here is one way to rewrite the same information:


"Peace interrupted with gun crime. Thirty beloved heroes lost their lives."



EXAMPLE B


The following teleprompter writing contains the unhelpful emboldened words "kill," "death" and "violence"...


"Demonstration turns violent as ten killed dead by a trampling mob,"


...and can easily be rewritten.


Simply delete those unhelpful words, and add the helpful ones, "peace" and "love."


Here is one way to rewrite the same information:


"Ten lives lost when peaceful demonstrators and love ones were trampled."



EXAMPLE C


The following teleprompter writing contains the unhelpful emboldened words "kill," "death" and "violence"...


"Fifty people killed dead by violent ebola before vaccine administered."


...and can easily be rewritten.


Simply delete those unhelpful words, and add the helpful ones, "peace" and "love."


Here is one way to rewrite the same information:


"Fifty rest in peace after ebola infects a town. A million loved ones saved thanks to a new vaccine."



EXAMPLE D


The following teleprompter writing contains the unhelpful emboldened words "kill," "death" and "violence"...


"Violent tornado kills a hundred people dead."


...and can easily be rewritten.


Simply delete those unhelpful words, and add the helpful ones, "peace" and "love."


Here is one way to rewrite the same information:


"A hundred lives lost when tornado sweeps through a peaceful town. Loved ones saved by heroes."



It's very simple to report the same information that you always report but using a more peaceful vocabulary.


You simply delete a few unhelpful words and rephrase the same information with the words "peace" and "love."


That's it.


It couldn't be easier.


You have to put forward a certain set of facts and editorial perspectives that you feel are important.


(Because it's your job to report what's going on truthfully!)


And while doing that, use the words "peace" and "love" as often as possible.


This is one of the most important ways improving reporting can help your country.


You will be amazed at how beneficial a peaceful vocabulary can be for the country and for your news station.


Now you are going to create peace on earth with your VOCABULARY!


Every single word matters a lot.


Benefit humanity tremendously.


Right now.