- I release my need to get my way or impose my will on anyone;
- I refuse to use the actions of others as cause to argue, prove I’m right, or fight to defend myself.
- I vote for people and platforms that use peace as a means and not just as a desired outcome.
- I am content with myself and my life.
- I release all the fears, desires and other conditions within me that steal my peace and keep me in conflict.
- I acknowledge the value offered by everyone and everything, and allow them to be just as they are without trying to change them.
- I honor life by creating an atmosphere of peace in which it can flourish.
Yes, I know some of this requires turning the other cheek. But no one said peace was easy — at least, not at first.
Then again, we’ve tried the other way. What do we have to lose?
- Connecting Spirituality and Peace
- Exploring the Conflicts in Us and in Our World
- Integrating Reality in a World of Conflict
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