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Steps to Inner Peace - Peace Pilgrim

Steps to Inner Peace - Peace Pilgrim

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Published by Robert Bayer
In order for the world to become peaceful, people must become more peaceful. Among mature people war would not be a problem–it would be impossible. In their immaturity people want, at the same time, peace and the things which make war. However, people can mature just as children grow up. Yes, our institutions and our leaders reflect our immaturity, but as we mature we will elect better leaders and set up better institutions. It always comes back to the thing so many of us wish to avoid: working to improve ourselves. (Peace Pilgrim, Mildred Lisette Norman)
In order for the world to become peaceful, people must become more peaceful. Among mature people war would not be a problem–it would be impossible. In their immaturity people want, at the same time, peace and the things which make war. However, people can mature just as children grow up. Yes, our institutions and our leaders reflect our immaturity, but as we mature we will elect better leaders and set up better institutions. It always comes back to the thing so many of us wish to avoid: working to improve ourselves. (Peace Pilgrim, Mildred Lisette Norman)

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Steps Toward Inner PeaceSteps Toward Inner Peace
By Peace Pilgrim(1981)
This discourse is lovingly dedicated to all seekers by Peace Pilgrim.
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In order for the world to become peaceful, people mustbecome more peaceful. Among mature people warwould not be a problem–it would be impossible. In theirimmaturity people want, at the same time, peace andthe things which make war. However, people canmature just as children grow up. Yes, our institutionsand our leaders reflect our immaturity, but as wemature we will elect better leaders and set up betterinstitutions. It always comes back to the thing so many
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of us wish to avoid: working to improve ourselves.
(Peace Pilgrim, Mildred Lisette Norman)
 
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