1000 Quotes about Peace

“War is the remedy for peace.”
Silvia Hartmann

“You have a unique body and mind, with a particular history and conditioning. No one can offer you a formula for navigating all situations and all states of mind. Only by listening inwardly in a fresh and open way will you discern at any given time what most serves your healing and freedom.”
Tara Brach

“Thought is creative – Fear attracts like energy – Love is all there is.”
Neale Donald Walsch

“It’s so important to find a daily practice that takes you away from “day to day” to remind you that it’s all “ok”
Ian Tucker

“But I have come to learn there is no peace while others suffer.”
Lily Blake

“In joined hands there is still some token of hope, in the clinched fist none.”
Victor Hugo

“Peace requires something far more difficult than revenge or merely turning the other cheek; it requires empathizing with the fears and unmet needs that provide the impetus for people to attack each other. Being aware of these feelings and needs, people lose their desire to attack back because they can see the human ignorance leading to these attacks; instead, their goal becomes providing the empathic connection and education that will enable them to transcend their violence and engage in cooperative relationships.”
Marshall B. Rosenberg

“Ever since the day of the mistake with my Match. I’ve never known which life is my true one. Even with the reassurances of the Offical that day in the greenspace, I think a part of me hasn’t felt at peace. It was as though I saw for the first time that life could branch into different paths, take different directions.”
Ally Condie

“This is my country, that is your country, these are the conceptions of narrow souls, to the liberal minded the whole world is a family”
Virchand Raghavji Gandhi

“Now, with regard to the people who have done things we call “terrorism,” I’m confident they have been expressing their pain in many different ways for thirty years or more. Instead of our empathically receiving it when they expressed it in much gentler ways — they were trying to tell us how hurt they felt that some of their most sacred needs were not being respected by the way we were trying to meet our economic and military needs — they got progressively more agitated. Finally, they got so agitated that it took horrible form.”
Marshall B. Rosenberg

“Are you desperate or determined? With desperation comes frustration. With determination comes purpose, achievement, and peace….”
James A. Murphy

“ISLAM is the religion of PEACE …”
Allah (God)

“As technology accumulates and people in more parts of the planet become interdependent, the hatred between them tends to decrease, for the simple reason that you can’t kill someone and trade with him too.”
Steven Pinker

“The universe is not for man alone, but is a theater of evolution for all living beings. Live and let live is its guiding principle. Ahimsa Parmo Dharmah- Non-injury is the highest religion”
Virchand Raghavji Gandhi

“In the first place, most princes apply themselves to the arts of war, in which I have neither ability nor interest, instead of to the good arts of peace. They are generally more set on acquiring new kingdoms by hook or by crook than on governing well those that they already have.”
Thomas More

“There’s only one way to find peace with a painful past and that is through a personal relationship with God through faith in Jesus Christ. He alone, through His Spirit, can place a healing balm on our deep wounds. The Bible says: “You can’t heal a wound by saying it’s not there!” (Jeremiah 6:14 TLB)
We (Beth and Sherrie) have found that in the places that hurt the most, God brings a promise from the Bible to our memory at just the right time. We have experienced comfort and growth through our growing relationship with Jesus and how we long for the same growth for you!”

Beth Willis Miller

“We preach and practice brotherhood not only of men but of all living beings not on Sundays only but all the days of the week. We believe in the law of universal justice. We believe that our present condition is the result of our past actions and that we are not bound by the freak of an irresponsible governor—Judge and Prosecutor at the same time. We depend for our salvation on our own acts and deeds and not on a constituted attorney.”
Virchand Raghavji Gandhi

“Character represent life and life represents our character.”
Lucy Dawn

“To that man of high aim whose body, mind and soul act in correspondence, all secrets of nature become revealed to him. He feels within himself, as every where, that universal life wherein there is no distinction, no sense of separateness, but all around, all bliss, unity and peace.”
Virchand Raghavji Gandhi

“When I walked into the Christian section of a bookstore, the message was clear: Faith is something you do alone. Rick does not have much tolerance for people living alone. He’s like Bill Clinton in that he feels everyone’s pain. If Rick thinks somebody is lonely, he can’t sleep at night. He wants us all to live with each other and play nice so he can get some rest. Tortured soul.”
Donald Miller

“As you go on forgetting yourself materially, just in the same proportion do spiritual peace and spiritual powers flow in towards you.”
Virchand Raghavji Gandhi

“Faith is the absence of peace, and reflection of fear.”
Lionel Suggs

“Perhaps one day, all these conflicts will end, and it won’t be because of great statesmen or churches or organisations like this one. It’ll be because people have changed. They’ll be like you, Puffin. More a mixture. So why not become a mongrel? It’s healthy.”
Kazuo Ishiguro

“The words we choose to use when we communicate with each other, carry vibrations. The word ‘war’ carries a whole different vibration than the word ‘peace’. The words we use are showing how we think and how we feel. The careful selection of words, helps to elevate our consciousness and resonate in higher frequencies.”
Grigoris Deoudis

“Love always precedes repentance. Divine love is a catalyst for our turning, our healing. Where fear & threat may gain our compliance, love captures our heart. It changes the heavy burden of the “have-to’s” of imposed obedience to the “get-to’s”, a joyful response to the genuine love of God. It is in the security of this love we find Sabbath (rest).”
Michael M. Rose

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