1000 Quotes about Peace

“All violence demands reform, and all violence desperately begs to be healed.”
Bryant McGillns

“I have found that the less expectation you put on others, the more happiness you will find with them and yourself.”
K.L. Toth

“…you’re in my blood spreading through my heart— pumping me numb.”
Coco J. Ginger

“Life is wonderful when you’re the one to write it.”
Coco J. Ginger

“Heart of a queen you’ll see me burst at the seams.”
Coco J. Ginger

“You are my heart, my head, my spine-you are the beat thumping through every line, and that’s why I write–it’s the only time we can be side by side.”
Coco J. Ginger

“I’m ready, I’m bursting with color
I’m highlighed in the best this world has to offer—”

Coco J. Ginger

“Peace is possible, and it will take a miracle.”
Robyn Short

“There are seasons of our lives when nothing seems to be happening, when no smoke betrays a burned town or homestead and few tears are shed for the newly dead. I have learned not to trust those times, because if the world is at peace then it means someone is planning war.”
Bernard Cornwell

“Tolerance! The virtue that makes one bite his tongue so that he can tear out his hair.”
Criss Jami

“Rest and peace should not be left until you’re deceased. They are two vital life incredients everybody needs and seeks.”
Rasheed Ogunlaru

“We’re hungry for acceptance—from ourselves even more than from others—for love, for fulfillment, for peace. We’re hungry for a life we think we don’t deserve or can’t have, for the person we know we can be if only we’d give ourselves the chance.”
Mary DeTurris Poust

“Save the children, save mankind.”
Aaron B. Powell

“We are meant to be one. And only after we realize that amazing truth can we find what we need – true peace.”
Steve Goodier

“There are few times that I feel more at peace, more in tune, more Zen, if you will, than when I force myself to unplug.”
Harlan Coben

“Faith is constantly at war with fear.
When faith is the winner, there’s peace.”

Toba Beta

“Life’s richest treasure is a loving heart that is at peace with all.”
Dada J.P. Vaswani

“And when the night is cloudy there is still a light that shines on me, shine until tomorrow, let it be”
The Beatles

“When we look back, it becomes clear that the acts and accomplishments of human beings are the signatures of history. Human signatures have created an enormous chasm between the joyeous light of the age of the Renaissance to the dark shadow of September 11, 2001. Those of us living on that fateful day experienced the lower depths of mankind. As an author, avid reader, world traveler, and person of enormous curiosity, my life experiences have taught me that discord often erupts from a lack of knowledge and education. To discourage future dark moments, I believe we must nourish the minds of our young with learning that creates understanding between ethnic and religious groups. Perhaps understanding will lead to a marvelous day when we take a last fleeting look at violence so harmful to so many. I sincerely believe that nothing will further the cause of peace more than the education of our young. I would like for readers to know that a percentage of the profits from the sale of this book will be devoted to the cause of education.

May all roads lead to peace.”
Jean Sasson

“Life is short. Life is uncertain. But we know that we have today. And we have each other. I believe that for each of us, there is a place on the frontlines.”
Eric Greitens

“True peace must be anchored in justice and an unwavering commitment to universal rights for all humans, regardless of ethnicity, religion, gender, national origin or any other identity attribute.”
Desmond Tutu

“…but fame didn’t suit you, you compromised, a renegade rebel, you gave me your eyes.”
Coco J. Ginger

“I can change only myself, but sometimes that is enough.”
Ruth Humleker

“I am nothing like my father. While he prays for war, I pray for peace.

And now we go our separate ways, each believing that we are right.

My father has made his choice, and I have made mine.

I am, at last, my own man.

I can live with that.”
Omar bin Laden

“For that entire journey across the rough terrain of Afghanistan, I never stopped praying that everything of the world could be peaceful, that all lives might return to normal. I believe that wish is universal for every woman who is a mother.

For all the horrible happenings that have occurred since I left Afghanistan, I can only think and feel with my mother’s heart. For every child lost, a mother’s heart harbors the deepest pain. None can see our sons grow to men. None can see our daughters become mothers. No longer can we see the smiles on their faces, or wipe away their tears. My mother’s heart feels the pain of every loss, weeping not only for my children, but for the lost children of every mother.”
Najwa bin Laden

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