Do you think Peace comes after Development or Development comes after Peace?
It's not an Einstein question. It's just to bring awareness. You may think it's an absurd question for if there's peace there's development or if there's development there's peace. Peace and development may seem quite inseparable term. But let me remind here that "Peace" refers to the state of calm, quiet surrounding with no violence occuring and "Development" refers to the gradual growth, improvement in the surrounding (say, infrastructures). So, which requires more priority? Peace or development?
Let's say, even if you believe peace and development can be achieved simultaneously, that is not the option here. Even if you try to bring up peace and development simultaneously, one of them comes forward in your top priority. So, which do you think comes up first: peace or development?
Further explanation after Day 1:
Apparantly, it seems you people fail to get the real picture here.
The main point here is do you bring out peace first by eradicating extremists/other hinderances or rather do you carry out development works first like building infratructures?
Even if you say, it's like choosing to walk with right or left leg, here peace and development have radically different meaning. It's quite a radical question. So, yes I can see that many of you may dissagree with this topic. But even so, the topic is not wrong at all. You may say, "how can you achieve peace by eradicating extremists/other hinderances?" , but that's the first step of bringing out peace either by force or by diplomatic solutions. You may say, "how can you carry out developmental works when there's no peace?", well, you focus mostly,heavily on it's security only within it's perimeter and so, can carry out developmental works.
Actually, both of these cases have been occuring in different parts of the world throughout human's history. Both of these cases have occured in the past, is occuring now and may occur in the future. Now, I'm not going through all of that. So, simply which do you support?
As for the third option, it seems many of you disagree with it. Well, I too disagree with it. Actually, it was to see how many of you would think irrationally in this topic and would choose the third option. So, it seems, you people have at least seen through that picture.
Actually, there's no third option here. Peace and development are the fruits of freedom. Everyone loves freedom. If you do not want freedom, then you are just a slave to someone or someone's principles. Peace and development are the greatest achivements of freedom. So, choosing the thrid option would be wrong ,and would surely prove you are a thick-headed person. So judge yourself and choose.