The Australian War Memorial is clean, tidy, solemn and warm. Every deceased person is remembered. Every deceased person is grateful. They all have their own names, their own stories and even you can understand his interests. Every soul standing in front of God is equal. Memorial is not about remembering bitterness and sweetness, nor about teaching future generations not to be ungrateful. War is for peace. Cleaning up the remains of comrades in war and preserving this memory is the greatest tribute to the dead. It is like a large oil painting cure for pain in the memorial hall, healing pain, cherishing life and treating others kindly. There is no need to cry or cry. Our pursuit of peace is also for the sake of dignity.