He also explains that the goal here is to meet the universal demand for different ways of exercising political authority.
Being honest is another key component of peace according to John Paul II. He states that if everyone honored what they say and/or do, the world would be more peaceful. Also, he states that if one is being untruthful it may lead to a violent use of force to resolve issues.
John Paul II concludes by explaining the culture of peace itself. Peace is not about anything other than people. In order to have peace it must start with us as human beings, and people living in society. He uses certain structures like juridical, political, economic things as mechanisms of peace. However, it starts with humans to make those things better in the long run because we as people set the stage for those mechanisms in the first place. To have peace you must execute peaceful gestures, it creates a tradition and a culture of peace. He finally states that religion plays a vital role in peace, because it fosters gestures of peace that can be very important in the progression of peace to mankind in the