Peace addresses the noise, the tumult, the aggression, the hostility; and peace undoes them. Peace ruins the discord, silences the racket, kills the fighting. Two kinds of peace come to mind. External peace and internal peace. The latter must not depend upon the former.
Inner peace comes when inner turbulence quiets, when inner aggression and animosity cease. Peace exists when the inner war ends. Internal peace always moves outward. A heart at peace is a mind at peace, is a will at peace, is a body at peace. A body and soul at peace is a life of peace.
Here is my reflective question for the day: “How does peace describe you?”