Being peace

Practising peaceableness
1. We cannot do anything for peace without ourselves being peace. If you cannot smile, you cannot help other people smile. If you are not peaceful, then you cannot contribute to the peace movement. We know that our situation is very dangerous. A nuclear war can happen at any moment. Practising meditation is to practice awareness of what is going on. Therefore, if we are aware, if we know what is going on, we will be peace and make peace, so that the worst may not occur.

2. The key to peaceableness is continuous practice. It is wrong to suppose that we can exploit and impoverish the poorer countries, while arming them and instructing them in the newest means of war, and then reasonably expect them to be peaceable.

3. There is no way to peace, peace is the way. (Mahatma Gandhi).

4. Since wars begin in the minds of men, it is in the minds of men that the defences of peace must be constructed. (From Preamble to UNESCO Constitution).

Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies