1000 Quotes about Peace

“If everyone saw himself as a citizen of the world rather than of his town, city or country, the world would be a more peaceful, better place where success in all forms is abundant and available to all. (A Gift to My Children)”
Jim Rogers

“Peace and supreme joy may seem like end-states to practitioners on more difficult spiritual paths, but the path of devotion should be filled with peace and joy from the very beginning. Their absence is an indication that something is amiss. (125)”
Prem Prakash

“On the planet O there has not been a war for five thousand years, she read, and on Gethen there has never been a war.” She stopped reading, to rest her eyes and because she was trying to train herself to read slowly. “There has never been a war.” In her mind the words stood clear and bright, surrounded by and sinking into an infinite, dark, soft incredulity. What would that world be, a world without war? It would be the real world. Peace was the true life, the life of working and learning and bringing up children to work and learn. War, which devoured work, learning, and children, was the denial of reality. But my people, she thought, know only how to deny. Born in the dark shadow of power misused, we set peace outside our world, a guiding and unattainable light. All we know to do is fight. Any peace one of us can make in our life is only a denial that the war is going on, a shadow of the shadow, a doubled unbelief. So as the cloud-shadows swept over the marshes and the page of the book open on her lap, she sighed and closed her eyes. thinking, “I am a liar.” Then she opened her eyes and read more about the other worlds, the far realities.”
Ursula K. Le Guin

“As we embrace the mystery of love, we see that it contains not an absence of error, but the presence of grace. It contains not the absence of anger or pain, but the presence of forgiveness and healing. Not the absence of disharmony or confusion, but the presence of peace and clarity.

To make a home into a sanctuary, we must be willing to make room in our hearts for one another’s limitations, as well as our gifts. For it is here in this sacred space of the home and family, so brimming with life, so full of every emotion available to our hearts, that we learn what it means to love within all the nuances of an intimate relationship.”
Shea Darian

“Children are rescued from abortion to be killed in war as soldiers.”
Ilkin Santak

“At time of peace, we should love one another.
At war, we should set our minds as the hunters.”

Toba Beta

“When an invincible weapon deals with an impenetrable defense,
war is useless. The wisest decision is to ceasefire and do synergy.”

Toba Beta

“But not all Gaza residents were committed to the war. A reporter asked one of the Arabs what he most wanted. He was a taxi driver, father of ten. All he wanted was ‘to eat and to work.’ What did he think of Nasser? ‘Nasser is good, Israel is good, America is good, Britain is good, Canada is good, India is good, Anything is good.”
Robert John Donovan

“War in heaven makes no peace on earth.”
Toba Beta

“The ‘will to peace’ is the best answer that we can imagine to the ‘will to war’, which unfortunately seems as strong in this century as it was in the middle of the last.”
David Petersen

“This world is so full of wars and hostilities.
All parties seek for allies to defeat enemies.
I support peace effort towards mastermind
which has caused men hostile to each other.”

Toba Beta

“It was a strange feeling going into a church I did not know for a service that I did not really believe in, but once inside I couldn’t help a feeling of warmth and security. Outside there were wars and road accidents and murders, striptease clubs and battered babies and frayed tempers and unhappy marriages and people contemplating suicide and bad jokes, but once in St. Martin’s there was peace. Surely people go to church not to involve themselves in the world’s problems but to escape from them.”
Michael Palin

“We must take the money out of politics, and end psychopathic, self-destructive government and corporate madness.”
Bryant McGill

“The enormous amount of financial resources and creative energy that nations have spent on wars and weapons could have been redirected to curing deadly diseases, feeding the hungry, eliminating poverty, promoting art and culture, investing in renewable clean energy, and solving a host of other important challenges facing humanity.”
Newton Lee

“If we take a small step in extolling peacemakers as much as honoring war heroes, we will be making a giant leap towards peace.”
Newton Lee

“Peace, Love and Unity are the keys to life”
Ryan Leonard

“In truth, to attain to interior peace, one must be willing to pass through the contrary to peace.”
Swami Brahmananda

“Though all the guns be silenced,
each soldier in his home,
There is no peace till Love comes,
till the meek may safely roam.”

C.P. Klapper

“The same Everlasting Father who cares for you today will take care of you tomorrow and every day of your life. Either He will shield you from suffering, or He will give you unfailing strength to bear it. Be at peace then, and put aside all anxious thoughts.”
St. Francis de Sales

“When we find that we have been aroused to anger we must call for God’s help like the apostles when they were tossed about by the wind and storm on the waters. He will command your passions to cease and there will be a great calm.”
St. Francis de Sales

“We must rebuild organic communities, where people can come together and have analogue conversations and share stories, art, music and emotions.”
Bryant McGill

“It only takes one thought to bring change into the world…Peace…pass it on.”
George Alexiou

“When you know who you are, you know what to do.”
Shelley Hendrix

“The more you read within a balanced life, the more time you have. Strange but true.”
Mark O’Brien

“Zawadi bora ya maisha kwa mwanadamu si fursa ya kufanya kazi kwa bidii na kuwa kitu fulani katika jamii. Ni amani ya Mungu katika moyo wa mwanadamu.”
Enock Maregesi

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