True peace is always possible. Yet it requires strength and practice, particularly in times of great difficulty. To some, peace and non-violence are synonymous with passivity and weakness. In truth, practicing peace and non-violence is far from passive. To practice peace, to make peace alive in us, is to actively cultivate understanding, love, and compassion, even in the face of mis-perception and conflict. Practicing peace, especially in times of war, requires courage. --Thich Nhat Hanh

True Peace is Always Possible

True Peace is Always Possible

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