Bravery does not belong to one flag. Neither does grief and loss. But the act of remembering is not always followed by a commitment to work for peace. This book provides prayers, reflections, songs and services for Remembrance Sunday with a global perspective in which all casualties of war are remembered, with an emphasis on peace. Much of the material originates from the Movement for the Abolition of War, plus there are new services by David Adam and Nick Fawcett. All the material aims to honour Harry Patch's words: 'War isn't worth one life.'