Quotes About Peace

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World Peace

Long Quotes

"Your natural inclinations for spirituality, for social cooperation and productivity, for political stability and for justice and equanimity will prepare you for the future and enable you to do whatever needs to be done in order to survive, to advance and to bring a greater order, peace and justice into the world. It will not be a perfect order, but it must be a greater order. It will not be a perfect peace, but it must be a greater peace. It will not be a perfect justice, but it must be a greater justice."

  • What is Human Destiny?, Chapter 18, Greater Community Spirituality

"Peace is on the minds of many people, but peace is not possible without necessity. Peace as a goal or peace as an ambition or peace as a wish does not have the power to overcome the tensions and animosities that exist between people and even within people, within individuals.

"The peace that can be forged in the future must be based upon necessity. It must be based upon a clear understanding that humanity is entering a period of grave difficulty, facing a world in decline, a world of declining resources where many more people will be drawing from the bounty that the world can provide, a world where humanity will be facing competition from other races from beyond the world, a set of circumstances when taken together is greater and more profound and far reaching than anything that humanity as a whole has ever had to face before."

  • What Will End War (April 29, 2007)

"It is not enough to say that people want peace, and you should not believe that people have always lived together in harmony, for there has been very little harmony in the world at any time. And you should not think that establishing peace in the world is simply creating a new social program or platform or that it is all about politics or relations between various nations or groups.

If people are at war within themselves, they will express this in the world, and they will add to conflict that exists between people."

  • What Will End War (April 29, 2007)


"If you truly are an advocate for peace, if you truly are concerned for the well-being of humanity, and even of your own family and its future and your own city and town and its future, you must be concerned with how you live, particularly if you are seeking wealth or live in an affluent environment." The Engine of War, 4/17/08

Inner Peace