Meaning & Definition of Peace (Concept / What is)

What is Peace?

No doubt it's an abstract concept of very definition, however, the more usual is understand it as a State of tranquility and inner stillness that people feel and makes them feel a very special wellness. Peace is also understood to those periods in which there are no wars between different Nations, in this way, peace would behave as the absence of conflicts, whether political, social or economic order among others.
The pursuit of peace is common of all human beings. It's something that everyone want to feel, but that in a world so fast as in which we live, the search for peace can be quite difficult.
Achieve sit in peace requires an internal process in which people must build a way of life in which there is the possibility of generating conflicts or problems that affect it, even bearing in mind that life itself brings a period of great difficulty, in which after a healthy fight, get peace. As we see, to achieve internal peace required much tolerance, self-respect and others, acceptance, effort, respect, etc.
In the personal sense, associated with the inner peace, Lord Tennyson says "There is no happiness apart from the calm". Pope Juan Paul II tells us to respect "the conquest of peace at all levels is linked to the conversion of the heart and a real change of life."; the Pope appointed four requirements to make peace, taken from the Juan XXIII, 1963 encyclical: "truth, justice, love and freedom". Another spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, writes in this regard as follows: ".. .no fear, more friendship, more harmony, more equality, equal opportunities for all, perhaps that is the meaning of peace". The Fund makes clear that peace is not merely the absence of war, to an interior or exterior level in the world.
In addition to being the peace thing human beings general seeks for himself, world peace, i.e. the absence of conflicts within and between the Nations of the world, it has been the motor and central objective of organizations as large as the United Nations. Throughout history it has awarded also to those personalities or organisations who have made great contributions to the peace of the world as they have been the Mother Teresa of Calcutta in 1979, Nelson Mandela in 1993, doctors without borders in the year 1999 and Muhammad Yunus the past 2006.
Translated for educational purposes.
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