We make war that we may live in peace.
We want to take good tidings home to our people, that they may sleep in peace.
Yes, we love peace, but we are not willing to take wounds for it, as we are for war.
You cannot find peace by avoiding life.
You don't have to have fought in a war to love peace.
The only important thing I have to say is that my father never fought against his country.
The pursuit of peace and progress cannot end in a few years in either victory or defeat. The pursuit of peace and progress, with its trials and its errors, its successes and its setbacks, can never be relaxed and never abandoned.
The quest for peace begins in the home, in the school and in the workplace.
The real and lasting victories are those of peace, and not of war.
The simplification of life is one of the steps to inner peace. A persistent simplification will create an inner and outer well-being that places harmony in one's life.