Category Archives: peace

Inclusiveness

You open your heart to include the other side. You want to give them the opportunity to live in peace, as you wish to live. Each of us must ask ourselves, how large is my heart? How can I help … Continue reading

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Peace Is Every Step

—Excerpt from “Peace is Every Step” by Thich Nhat Hanh, “The roots of war are in the way we live our daily lives–the way we develop our industries, build up our society, and consume goods. We have to look deeply into the … Continue reading

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Only love will get us out of this circle of suffering.

by Alexis from Wake Up Montréal Dear friends from around the world, I am writing to you from Montréal. On Friday, I lost my cousin during the attacks in France. Faced with this terrible news, I cried. Eric was the … Continue reading

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Peace work means, first of all, being peace.

Excerpt from “Being Peace” by Thich Nhat Hanh Meditation is to see deeply into things, to see how we can change, how we can transform our situation. To transform our situation is also to transform our minds. To transform our … Continue reading

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Can there be peace without war?

Excerpt from Spiritual Reflections on War and Peace: A Talk by Thich Nhat Hanh, Peace Forum, March 19, 2003 Q: You have mentioned that there is no happiness without suffering. When I change these words we might consider that there is no peace … Continue reading

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