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Peace


Bette A. Stevens:

May peace germinate withiin each heart and spread around the globe! ~ Bette A. Stevens

Originally posted on Walk On:

Unlike what most people think, peace doesn’t vegetate at MacDonald, Burger King, Wendy’s or Chic-fil-A. You won’t find it at a German diner, a French Cafe or at an Italian restaurant. Neither does it reside at your most favorite steakhouse, nor is its habitat found at your nearest bar.  Like a kernel as small as a mustard seed peace germinates in the hearts of men and women

As the year closes, I look back at 364 days that have been a challenge for all humanity living on planet earth.  Many people died.  Death became an acceptable disease in our societies.  We have become desensitized to the suffering going on in the world. We see children being bombed, maimed, dying of starvation, or some type of curable disease, and we’re thankful that it doesn’t happen in the western world.  We hear the cry for peace, the scream for reconciliation…

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Comments on: "Peace" (3)

  1. That’s a great piece about Peace! Enjoyed it. Thought I’d share a phrase about peace sent t recently by a friend. I’d like to find the author. “Peace is watching a sunset and knowing who to thank” Whatever you may call your deity of choice, or perhaps Nature, you have to appappreciate the sentiment.
    Happy New Year!!

  2. What a great post! Blessings, Natalie :)

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