Explore the value of Peace
Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into order, confusion into clarity...Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow.
It is thus tolerance that is the source of peace, and intolerance that is the source of disorder and squabbling.
Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers, quietly building new structures.
John F. Kennedy
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
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Personal Stories About ‘Peace’
A Glorious MorningSubmitted by Pam
A Glorious Morning by Pam A gentle breeze ruffled the curtains, bringing with it the fragrant scent of roses. The call of songbirds floated through the air. Lying on the cool, crisp sheets was comforting, but this promised to be a glorious morning. Sliding quietly from the covers and slipping...
A Sacred SpaceSubmitted by Mack Dreyfuss
In the brilliant space of time where the roar of the workweek echoes into silence, I was in the kitchen. I cleared the counters of crusted dishes until they dripped and shone in the rack. The clothes dryer hummed. An occasional car engine whispered by. Earlier that morning, my pregnant wife assisted our three...
How I Found ContentmentSubmitted by Anonymous
I think I've found contentment, and it was actually in the last place I thought to look. There is a story by Paulo Cuehlo about a boy who leaves home seeking adventure. He meets a king who tells him of great wealth. The boy goes seeking it, finds more trouble than treasure and gives up to return home. It turns...
Stories About Everyday Heroes Who Portray ‘Peace’
Dr. Lenneal HSubmitted by
The person I would like to nominate is Dr. Lenneal H. at the University of Baltimore. Dr. H. is a remarkable person who believes in his students and their successes. I know that many might say that this is required of all professors but Dr. H. is one in a million. He encourages us to live each day as it was...
Jaylen ArnoldSubmitted by Pat J.
Jaylen Arnold is 14-years-old, but has been sharing his story for the past six years in classrooms, in the community, and all across the United States. Recently, Jaylen was featured in a segment for the Ellen DeGeneres Show, the feature cover for HIGHLIGHTS Childrens Magazine, and featured in People Magazine with...
Pierre DSubmitted by Bob Bayley
Though I am lacking in hard facts, I greatly admire the work of Pierre De Coubertin in bringing back the spirit of the ancient Olympic Games. Though the modern world has yet to adopt the "Olympic Truce" during the Games; the Olympic Village established during competition allows athletes from many nations to...
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LIVE YOUR DREAMS
CLASS AND GRACE
TEACHING BY EXAMPLE
BELIEVE IN YOURSELF
DO YOUR PART
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
DO THY BEST
SPREAD YOUR WINGS
Peace is letting be and just being
why do we batter upon the door of life with war as our beam when peace love and forgivness are the skeleton keys~ Lila MacKinnon
Lila, Curtis MI usa
peace is a freedom of our life freedom from fear of violence...
Peace for our world!
tesfahun cufamo, ethopia
Peace is the most precious thing. Let there be peace everywhere and let us work for peace. Peace at heart means peace at the street and the whole world.
Varghese , Ahmedabad, India
I love when everything is peaceful.
sindy j, Boston, GA
Where is the Dalai Lama poster in your website? "Doesn't just wish for peace. He works for peace!"
fordr, Van Nuys, CA
Peace is what everybody wants. Many things smother peace,greed, hate, revenge etc... Live peacefully, people learn from watching. Try it.
Sharon Hoffmann, New Jersey
See the Billboard on I-94 driving toward Eau Claire, WI near Elk Mound:
PEACE IS PRICELESS---WAR IS WASTE
Tom Chisholm, Chippewa Falls, WI
When all people work together for peace and we stop spending money for war, prosperity will return to our country.
This is a great website 4 inspiration!
Having peace in our own lives should
be integral to achieving our own true happiness. How can we teach others learn what we haven't taught ourselves?
Crystal Bleu, PA
I know these years have been hard and the economy is bad, but if we all work together, I bet the world could be a much better place.
Hey bob, from Germany, I'll pray that you find peace one day too.
I think peace is alot more than a lack of physical violence. Peace is a mindsett. Anxiety worry anger fear (the root of all these emotions) leave no room for peace of mind or peace of body. Peace, such a radical mindsett of the 60's seems to be lost today not only in war but in the everyday lives how we conduct ourselves ... we need peace in our souls. in our walk and talk... its deep <3
"In a perfect world the ideal war would be fought with toy soldiers." copyright Joseph P. Martino
Joseph P. Martino, Millburn, New Jersey
In this world we never have peace there is never a day where people will all have homes, where people will stop stealing, where people will never stop littering...we just need to stop all of this..<4
world peace-WE NEED IT!
Sara V, new york