THE IMPORTANT OF PEACE IN THE COMMUNITY
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Several elements are useful in defining peace. On an individual level, peace may start with having calmness within oneself. Expanding outward, peace entails agreement and harmony among people. At its largest scale, peace is to live without violent conflict or war. Peace underlies our quality of life and the fabric of our communities; and, as our weaponry becomes ever more powerful, our very survival as people on this planet depends upon it.
Many spiritual traditions and teachings throughout history have emphasized peace, both as an inner journey and as an outward commitment to live in mutual benefit with our families, our communities, and in the world. Yet in our current global landscape we often see peace described in an inverted way, so that “keeping the peace” has come to refer to soldiers and “peace-keepers,” or to armed militia.
A number of other terms and concepts are necessarily related to the creation of peace, including fairness, justice, inclusiveness, and human rights. These must be embedded into the community in order to foster agreement and harmony. Peace is strongest when derived from social justice, which can be defined as ensuring fundamental rights and equity to all. Strengthening civil society, the rules that bind us and allow us to live productively together, with established means of resolving conflict – is the means to those ends.
Peace enriches our communities and individual lives, as it directs us to embrace diversity and support one another to the fullest extent possible. Through caring, generosity, and fairness we provide a cornerstone for attaining a sustainable, just, meaningful, vibrant, and fulfilling personal and community life.
To bring home this point, consider the following questions:
Can our families and communities thrive without mutual support and peace with our neighbors?
Can peaceful communities exist without attention to justice and equity?
What would be the prospects of a world without peace?
2 Kings 4:3 Here’s what you do,” said Elisha. “Go up and down the street and borrow jugs and bowls from all your NEIGHBORS. And not just a few – all you can get.
“If the woman are in enmity with her NEIGHBORS, it would have been a hindrance for the blessings of the oil well
Enmity hinders success and attracts poverty.
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