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The most beautiful quotes and proverbs about peace

Peace of mind has the highest importance in the research for success. " May peace be with you so that you can realize your dreams ". May these quotes help you in your search for a greater life.

The most famous quotes

  •  " One day we must come and see that peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but that it is a means by which we arrive at that goal. We must pursue peaceful ends through peaceful means " (Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr). Known for his activism and his inspiring speeches, he had played an essential role in fighting against the legal framework toward African-Americans and also in the launching of the Civil Rights Laws of 1964 as well as the Voting Rights Laws of 1965. 
  • " Peace cannot be achieved through violence; it can only be attained through understanding ", (Ralph Waldo Emerson). He made a case for the abolition of slavery and kept giving talks in many different countries during the 1860's.And that was a position which caused troubles in his life. 
  • " Peace is its own rewards ", (Mahatma Gandhi), Mahatma Gandhi, aka Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (born on October2nd, 1869 in Porbandar, India, died on January 30th, 1948, in Delhi). He is an Indian lawyer, politician, social activist and writer who became the head of the Nationalist Movement against the British. He soon came to be considered as the father of his country. He is internationally renowned for his doctrine about peaceful protest (satyagraha) as well as his aims to launch political and social development.

The most inspiring quotes

  •  " We seek peace, knowing that peace is the climate of freedom " (Dwight D. Eisenhower). Actually, peace brings insurance to everyone's freedom regardless of his or her nationality. Besides, this is the basis of every organization's advocacy, which is promoting peace everywhere in the world. 
  • " As a human being, and all sentient beings, we have the right to seek for happiness and to live peacefully and freely " (Dalaï Lama). Dalaï Lama is the fourteenth Buddhist political and spiritual leader within the lineage of Tibet. Buddhists have disciples of Guatama Buddha (c. 563 – c. 483 BC), who believed that life problems can be dissolved by following moral and mental rules. Dalaï Lama left his country and was a refugee in India in 1959 when there was a revolution against the Chinese government's control over Tibet. Since then, as he was still sent in exile (One who lives away from his native country, whether because of expulsion or for voluntary absence), he has promoted his religious traditions and the Tibetan culture. 
  • " Peace is not a luxury; it is not even an option. It is the basis of our existence and the welfare of human beings so that they could live peacefully " (Prem Rawat). As a fervent supporter of peace, he conveys messages about the importance of peace for a better world to people in the globe. Moreover, through his foundation named Prem Rawat Foundation, he has taken numerous peace initiatives. He encourages you to share peace messages with him.

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