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Peace is a state of harmony characterized by the lack of violent conflict. Commonly understood as the absence of hostility, peace also suggests the existence of healthy or newly healed interpersonal or international relationships, prosperity in matters of social or economic welfare, the establishment of equality, and a working political order that serves the true interests of all. In international relations, peacetime is not only the absence of war or conflict, but also the presence of cultural and economic understanding .
From the Latin pax, meaning “freedom from civil disorder,” the English word came into use in various personal greetings from c.1300 as a translation of the Hebrew shalom. Shalom, cognate with the Arabic “salaam”, has multiple meanings: safety, welfare, prosperity, security, fortune, friendliness. The personalized meaning is reflected in a nonviolent lifestyle, which also describes a relationship between any people characterized by respect, justice and goodwill.This later understanding of peace can also pertain to an individual’s sense of himself or herself, as to be “at peace” with one’s own mind attested in Europe from c.1200. The early English term is also used in the sense of “quiet”, reflecting a calm, serene, and meditative approach to the family or group relationships that avoids quarreling and seeks tranquility — an absence of disturbance or agitation.In many languages the word for peace is also used a greeting or a farewell, for example the Hawaiian word Aloha, as well as the Arabic word Salam . In English the word peace is used as a farewell, especially for the dead as in Rest In Peace, RIP.Religious beliefs and peace
“Peace of God” redirects here. For the medieval movement, see Peace and Truce of God.
Gari Melchers, Mural of Peace, 1896.
The Peace symbol in 1701 displayed by Pope Clement XI.Religious beliefs often seek to identify and address the basic problems of human life, including the conflicts between, among, and within persons.Christians claim Jesus of Nazareth to be the “Prince of Peace”, the Messiah Christ who established a Kingdom of Peace where persons, societies, and all of creation are to be healed of evil. For persons to enter this Kingdom and experience peace, Christians believe that one must develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, who stated: “Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am meek and humble of heart; and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden light.” (Matthew 11:28-30)Buddhists believe that peace can be attained once all suffering ends. To eliminate suffering and achieve this peace, they follow a set of teachings called the Four Noble Truths — a central tenet in Buddhist philosophy.Islam means the way of life to attain peace. The word “Muslim” means the person who submits to Allah in Peace. The submission to Allah (the Arabic proper noun for “The God”, One and Only) is based on humility. An attitude of humility within one’s own self cannot be accomplished without total rejection of violence and attitude of alliance towards peace.See also: Catholic peace traditions and Peace in Islamic philosophyInner peaceMain article: Inner peaceInner peace (or peace of mind) refers to a state of being mentally and spiritually at peace, with enough knowledge and understanding to keep oneself strong in the face of discord or stress. Being “at peace” is considered by many to be healthy homeostasis and the opposite of being stressed or anxious. Peace of mind is generally associated with bliss and happiness.Peace of mind, serenity, and calmness are descriptions of a disposition free from the effects of stress. In some cultures, inner peace is considered a state of consciousness or enlightenment that may be cultivated by various forms of training, such as prayer, meditation, t’ai chi ch’uan (太极拳, tàijíquán) or yoga, for example. Many spiritual practices refer to this peace as an experience of knowing oneself. Finding inner peace is often associated with traditions such as Buddhism and Hinduism. Inner peace is also well known as the first of four concepts to living life in the acronym PLUR.SatyagrahaMain article: SatyagrahaSatyagraha (Sanskrit: सत्याग्रह satyāgraha) is a philosophy and practice of nonviolent resistance developed by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (also known as “Mahatma” Gandhi) said to have been inspired by Henry D. Thoreau’s 1848 essay “Civil Disobedience”. Gandhi deployed satyagraha in campaigns for Indian independence and also during his earlier struggles in South Africa. Satyagraha theory also influenced Martin Luther King, Jr. during the campaigns he led during the civil rights movement in the United States. The theory of satyagraha sees means and ends as inseparable. Therefore, it is contradictory to try to use violence to obtain peace. As Gandhi wrote: “They say, ‘means are, after all, means’. I would say, ‘means are, after all, everything’. As the means so the end…”1Justice and injustice
Since classical times, it has been noted that peace has sometimes been achieved by the victor over the vanquished by the imposition of ruthless measures. In his book Agricola the Roman historian Tacitus includes eloquent and vicious polemics against the rapacity and greed of Rome. One, that Tacitus says is by the British chieftain Calgacus, ends Auferre trucidare rapere falsis nominibus imperium, atque ubi solitudinem faciunt, pacem appellant. (To ravage, to slaughter, to usurp under false titles, they call empire; and where they make a desert, they call it peace. — Oxford Revised Translation).
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Code Language Where Textaa Afar Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti Salaamataab Abkhaz Caucasus needed!ae Avestan Iran (extinct) (Āxšti)af Afrikaans South Africa Vredeafa Luganda Uganda Emirembeafa Mawu West Africa Háláak Akan West Africa Asmomdwoeakk Akkadian Mesopotamia (extinct) (Salmu)alg Abenaki North America Okikiamgenoka, Kamignokawôganalg Algonquin North America Wâki Ijiwebis-Ialg Mohican (Mahican, Mohegan) North America Anachemoweganalg Potawatomi North America E’tokmite’kalg Powhatan North America Cohqwaivwham Amharic Ethopia, Egypt ሰላም (salām)an Aragonese Spain Patzang Anglo Saxon (Old English) England (extinct) ᚠᚱᛁᚦ (friþ), Friðar Arabic North Africa, Mideast, Central Asia, and liturgical سلام (salām)ar Darja Algeria عسلامة (esslama)arw Arawak Suriname, Guyana, Venezuela needed!arc Aramaic (Syriac, Assyrian) Iraq, Iran, Syria, and liturgical ܫܠܡܐ (shlamaa)arn Mapundungun Chile Uvchin, Tügkülenart Lojban panpias Assamese India, Bangladesh, Bhutan শান্তি (śānti)ast Asturian Spain Pazat Haiti / Guiana Creole (Kreyol) Caribbean Lapèaus Olkola Australia Errayaus Pintupi-Luritja Australia Yatanpaaus Wagiman Australia Nyimbur-maaus Warlpiri Australia Iawa-nyinamiav Avar Caucasus Рекъел (reqel)ay Aymara Bolivia Hacañaaz Azerbaijani (Azeri) Azerbaijan Sülhba Bashkir Volga, Urals, Central Asia needed!bai Dschang (Yemba) Cameroon Mbwɛ´nébas Basaa Cameroon SàNbat Old Prussian Baltic (extinct) Pakajanbat Sudovian (Jatvingian) Baltic (extinct) Sanpakā, Pakābtk Batak Indonesia Pardameanbe Belarusian Belarus Мір (mir), Пакой (pakoj)bem Bemba Zambia Mutenden, Ukwikala mubg Bulgarian Bulgaria Мир (mir)bh Bihari India needed!bi Bislama Vanuatu Písbla Blackfoot North America Innaihtsi’iyibm Bambara Mali Here, Errébébn Bengali (Bangla) Bangladesh, India শান্তি (śānti)bnt Bangi (Bobangi) Congo NyiEebnt Ila Zambia Chibandabnt Masaba (Lumasaba) Uganda Koosibnt Ntomba Congo Nyebo Tibetan Tibet ཞི་བདེ (zhi-bde)br Breton France Peoc’h, pèc’hbs Bosnian Bosnia Mir, Мир (mir)ca Catalan Spain Pauca Valencian Spain Paucai Ch’ol (Tumbalá) Chiapas (Mexico) Ñʌch’chocoyacai Garifuna Honduras, Belize Darangilaücai Guahibo Colombia, Venezuela needed!cai Miskito Nicaragua Kupia Kumi Lakacai Oluta Nicaragua Maxucai Jatibonicu Taino Puerto Rico Amikekiacai Zoque (San Miguel Chimalapa Soke) Mexico Mosojejcar Caribe Venezuala, Suriname needed!ce Chechen Chechnya (Caucasus) Машар (mashar)ceb Cebuano Philippines Kalinaw, Kahusayanch Chamorro Guam Minaggencho Choctaw North America Achukmachk Chuuk Truk Kunammweychr Cherokee (Tsalagi) North America ᏙᎯᏱ (dohiyi)chy Cheyenne North America Nanomonsetôtseco Corsican Corsica (France) Pacecop Coptic Egypt (extinct) and liturgical Ϩιρηνη (hirīnī)cpe Afro-Seminole North America needed!cpe Gullah (Geechee) Georgia / Sourth Carolina sea islands (USA) Peacecpe Jamaican Creole (Rasta, Jam Dung) Caribbean Sattacpe Port Moresby Creole Papua New Guinea Gutpela taimcpf Cajun French (Acadian, Kreyol Lwiziyen) Louisiana (USA) needed!cpf Guadeloupe / Martinique Creole Caribbean Pécr Cree North America Wetaskiwin, Papayatikcrp Fanagolo South Africa Kutulacrp Lingua Franca Europe, North Africa, Middle East (extinct) Pacecs Czech Czech Republic Mírcu Old Church Slavonic Eastern Europe (liturgical) Ми́ръ (mírə)cv Chuvash Russia needed!cy Welsh Wales Heddwch, Tangnefeddda Danish Denmark, Greenland Fredde German Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Italy, Belgium Friede, Friedendel Lenape (Delaware) North America Achwangundowagandua Duala Cameroon Musangodra Brahui Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran (âsûdaî)dv Divehi (Maldivian) Maldives ސުޅަ (sulha)dz Dzongkha Bhutan གཞི་བདེ (gzhi-bde)ee Ewe (Évé) West Africa Ŋutifafaefi Efik Nigeria Ememel Greek Greece, Cyprus Ειρήνη (iríni)el Griko Puglia (Italy) Filìaen English UK, Ireland, North America, Australia, New Zealand, Sub-Saharan Africa, Carribean, etc. Peaceenm Middle English England (extinct) Pes, Pise, Pees, …eo Esperanto Pacoes Spanish Spain, North/South America, Carribean, etc Pazet Estonian Estonia Rahueu Basque Spain, France Bakéfa Persian (Farsi) Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Azerbaijan صلح (solh)ff Fula (Falani) West Africa Jamfi Finnish Finland, Sweden, Russia Rauhafiu Karelian Russia, Finland Rauhu, Vienostifiu Veps (Vepsä) Russia, Finland Venoštifj Fijian Fiji Vakaçegufo Faroese (Faeroese) Faroe Islands Friðurfon Fon Benin Fifâfr French France, Belgium, Canada, Caribbean, West Africa, Polynesia, etc. Paixfro Old French France Paisfur Friulian (Frulan) Friuli (Italy) Pâsfy Frisian Germany, Netherlands Fredega Irish Ireland Síocháingd Scottish Gaelic Scotland Sìthgem Alsatian (Alemannish) France, Switzerland Frédagem Bavarian (Bayrisch) Bavaria (Germany) Fridngem Cimbrian (Tzimbro, Tàuc’) Trentino, Veneto (Italy) Bride, Vridegem Kölsch Germany Friddegem Mennonite Low German North/South America, Europe Frädgez Ge’ez Ethiopia, Eritrea (liturgical) ሰላም (salām)gl Galician (Gallegan) Spain, Portugal Pazgmh Middle High German Central Europe (extinct) Vridegn Guarani Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil Apĭrĭvé, Ñerane’i, Py’aguapygoh Old High German Central Europe (extinct) Fridugot Gothic Central Europe (extinct) ������������������������������������������ (gawairþi)grc Ancient Greek Miditerranean (extinct) and liturgical Εἰρήνη (eirḗnē)gu Gujarati India, Pakistan શાંતિ (śānti)gv Manx Isle of Man Sheeha Hausa Nigeria Lùmaanàà, Salamààhaw Hawaiian Hawaii Maluhiahe Hebrew Israel and liturgical שלום (shalom)hi Hindi India, Nepal, Uganda, Suriname शांति (śānti)hil Hiligaynon (Ilongo) Philippines Paghidaithmn Hmong China, Viet Nam, Laos, Thailand Kev tiaj tusho Hiri Motu Papua New Guinea Taim billong sikanhr Croatian Croatia Mirhu Hungarian Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, etc. Békehy Armenian Armenia Խաղաղություն (xałałowt‘yown)hz Herero Southern Africa needed!ia Interlingua Paceid Indonesian (Bahasa) Indonesia Kedamaianie Interlingue Paceig Igbo (Ibo) Nigeria Udoii Sichuan Yi China ꄮꐽ (te-njo)ik Iñupiaq Alaska Kiñuiñak, Tutqiunilo Ilocano Philippines Kappiainh Ingush Ingutia (Caucasus) Машар (mashar)io Ido Nigeria Pacoira Dari Afghanistan, Iran صلح (sulh)ira Ishkashmi Central Asia سلام (salām)iro Mingo (Unyææshæötká’) North America Skn’iro Onandaga North America Chkenoniro Wyandot (Huron) North America Scan-o-nieis Old Icelandic Iceland Friðris Icelandic Iceland Friðurit Italian Italy, Switzerland Paceiu Inuktitut Canada ᓴᐃᒻᒪᓯᒪᓂᖅ (saimmasimaniq)jpr Judeo-Persian (Bukharic) Mideast, Central Asia needed!jrb Judeo-Arabic Mideast, North Africa needed!ja Japanese Japan 平和 (heiwa)jv Javanese Indonesia Rukunka Georgian Georgia მშვიდობა (mšvidoba)kab Kabyle Algeria Lahnakg Kongo Congo Kikœndiki Kikuyu (Gikuyu) Kenya Thayukj Kwanyama (Kuanyama) Angola, Namibia needed!kk Kazakh Kazakhstan Бейбітшілік (beybitšilik)kl Greenlandic (Kalaallisut) Greenland Irqigsiniq, Erĸigsineĸkm Khmer Cambodia សន្តិភាព (santiphap)kn Kannada India ಶಾಂತಿ (shaamti)ko Korean Korea 평화 (pyonghwa)kos Kosraean Micronesia Mihskr Kanuri Niger, Nigeria needed!ks Kashmiri Kashmir (India, Pakistan) امن (amn)ku Kurdish Kurdistan (Turkey, Syria, Iran, Iraq) Hasîtî, Һашити (hasiti), ھاسیتی (hasītī)kv Komi Russian Arctic needed!kw Cornish Cornwall (extinct) Cresky Kirghiz (Kyrgyz) Kirghizstan, China Тынчтык (tınçtık)la Latin Rome (extinct) and liturgical Paxlad Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) Turkey, Israel, North Africa Pas, פאשlb Luxemburgish (Lëtzebuergesch) Luxembourg Fridd, Friddenlg Ganda Niger, Congo needed!li Limburgan (Limburgish) Belgium Vreijln Lingala Congo Kímíalo Lao Laos ສມຕິພາປ (santiphap)lol Mongo-Nkundu Congo Bóotoloz Lozi Zambia Nalalt Lithuanian Lithuania Taikalu Luba-Katanga Niger, Congo needed!lv Latvian Latvia Miersman Mandinka Senegal, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau Kayiroomap Bisaya Brunei Kalinawmap Carolinian Micronesia Gunnammweymap Marquesan Marquesas needed!map Mokilese Micronesia Onpekmap Ponapean Micronesia Melelileimap Rotuman Fiji Huag Totokamap Roviana Solomon Islands Magogosomap Sa’a Solomon Islands Däilamamap Tarawan Micronesia Rômap Woleaian Micronesia Gumundmg Malagasy (Malgache) Madagascar Fandriampahalemanamh Marshallese Marshall Islands Ainemonmi Maori New Zealand Rangima’arie, Nohopuku, Rongomic Micmac North America Wôntôkódemis Ainu Japan アプンノ, あぷんの (apunno)mis Chukchi (Chukot) Siberia needed!mis Etruscan Italy (extinct) ������������������ (pas)mis Nganasan Siberia (cütü)mk Macedonian Macedonia Мир (mir)ml Malayalam India സമാധാനം (samaadhaanam)mn Mongolian Mongolia Энх тайван (ènx tajvan)mno Manobo Philippines Linewmo Moldavian (Moldavan) Moldava Pace, Паче (pace)mos Mossi (Moré) Burkina Faso Lâfímr Marathi India शांतता (śāntātā), शांती (śāntī)ms Malay Malaysia Keamanan, Damaimt Maltese Malta Paċimus Muskogee (Creek) North America Ittimoklamy Burmese Myanmar င္ရိမ္းခ္ယေမ္းရေး (Nrim-khyam-ye)myn Kekchi Guatemala, Belize Tuktuquil usilalna Nauruan Nauru Iownah Náhuatl (Aztec) Mexico, Guatemala Tlamatcanemiliztli, Mocehuianai Alabama North America Ittimoklanai Chickasaw North America Nanna Ayyanai Chontal (Tequistlatec) Mexico Aylobaha Gafuleyanai Comanche North America Tsumukikiatunai Hopi North America Sipalanai Koasati (Coushatta) North America Ilifaykanai Nez Perce North America ‘Éyewinai Papago-Pima North America Dodolimdagnai Seri Mexico Miisax ihom siijoznai Wintu North America Minand North Ndebele Zimbabwe needed!nds Old Saxon Saxony (extinct) Friðune Nepali Nepal शान्ति (shanti)ng Ndonga Angola, Namibia needed!nic Bobo Burkina Faso Makonakonnic Boko Benin, Nigeria Lumana, Salamanic Buli Ghana Goom-jiginl Dutch (Flemish) Netherlands, Belgium Vredeno Norwegian Norway Frednon Old Norse Scandinavia (extinct) ᚠᚱᛁᚦᚱ, Friðrnr South Ndebele Zimbabwe, Botswana needed!nv Navajo (Navaho) North America K’é, Hozony Chichewa (Chewa, Nyanja) Malawi M’tendereoc Occitan (Provençal, Languedocian) France Patz, Pas, Sarraoj Ojibwa (Chippewa) North America Bangan, Bisaniwewinoj Ottawa (Odawa) North America Nwebinom Oromo Ethiopia, Kenya Nagaya, ነገየ (nagaya)or Oriya India needed!os Ossetic (Ossetian) Georgia, Russia needed!oto Otomi Mexico Hmethopa Panjabi (Punjab) Pakistan, India ਸ਼ਾਂਤੀ (śānti)paa Ekari Indonesia Muka-Mukapag Pangasinan Philippines Kareenanpam Pampangan (Kapampangan) Philippines Kapayapanpap Papiamentu Netherlands Antilles Paspau Palauan Palau Búdechphi Ivatan Philippines Saychidphi Magindanoan Philippines Kali lintadphi Maranao Philippines Diakatrapi Pali India Sāma, Santipl Polish Poland Pokójps Pashto Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan صوله (sola)pt Portuguese Portugal, Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, etc Pazqu Quechua Peru Anka Kay, Qasikay, Aligu, Sonqo Tiaykuyrap Rapanui Chile Kiba-kiba, Pavarm Raeto-Romance (Romansch) Switzerland Paschrn Rundi (Kirundi, Urundi) Burundi Amahororo Romanian Romania, Hungary, etc Paceroa Ladin Trentino-Alto Adige (Italy) Pêš, Pêscroa Ligurian Liguria (Italy) Paxeroa Lombard Lombardy, Piedmont, Trentino (Italy); Ticino (Switzerland) Pasroa Piedmontese Piedmont (Italy) Pásroa Romagnolo (Emiliano) Emilia-Romagna, Lombardy (Italy), San Marino Pès, Pas, Pèsaroa Sicilian Sicily (Italy) Paciroa Veneto (Venetian) Veneto, Venezia Giulia (Italy) Paserom Romany (Gypsy, Tsigane) Europe, South America, etc Smiromru Russian Russia Мир (mir)rw Kinyarwanda (Rwanda, Ruanda) Rwanda Nimuhóre, Amahorosa Sanskrit India (extinct, liturgical) शान्तिः (śāntiḥ)sai Mayangna (Sumu) Nicaragua Prî Lânisai Nhengatu Brazil Tecócatúsai Paumarí Brazil Va’i jahasc Sardinian (Barbaricino) Sardinia (Italy) Pachesc Sardinian (Campidanese) Sardinia (Italy) Paxisc Sardinian (Logudurese) Sardinia (Italy) Paghesco Scots Scotland Pacesd Sindhi Pakistan, India शांति, شانت (śanti)se Kildi Sami Russian Arctic А̄ййв (ājjv)se Northern Sami Sweden, Finland, Russia Ráfisg Sango Central African Republic needed!si Sinhalese Sri Lanka සාමය (samaya)sio Lakota (Dakota) North America Wolakotasio Siouan (Sioux) North America Wo’okeyehsk Slovak Slovak Republic Miersl Slovene Slovenia, Austria, Italy Mirsm Samoan Samoa Filemū, To’asn Shona Zimbabwe Runyaro, Dendemaroso Somali Somalia, Djibouti, Ethiopia Nabádasq Albanian Albania, Kosovo Paqesq Arbëresh (Arbyresh) Southern Italy Pakjy, Paqesr Serbian Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia Мир (mir), Mirss Swati (Siswati) Swaziland Kuthálast Southern Sotho (Sesotho, Sesuthu) South Africa Kgotso, Khotsosu Sundanese Indonesia needed!sv Swedish Sweden, Finland Fredsw Swahili East Africa Amani, Salamata Tamil India அமைதி (amaithi)te Telugu India శాంతి (śānti)tg Tajik Tajikistan, Afghanistan Ашти (āšti), Сулх (sulh)th Thai Thailand สันติภาพ (santipap)ti Tigrinya (Tigrigna) Eritrea ሰላም (salām)tk Turkmen Turkmenistan, Afghanistan Парахатчылык (parahatçylyk)tl Tagalog (Pilipino) Philippines Kapayapáan, Katahimikan, Mabuhaytli Tlingit North America Li-k’eitn Tswana (Setswana) Botswana Khotso, Kagisoto Tonga Zambia Malino, Melinotr Turkish Turkey, Cyprus Barışts Tsonga South Africa needed!tt Tatar Russia Тынычлык (tınıçlık)tw Twi West Africa Asomdweety Tahitian Tahiti Hauug Uighur (Uygur) China, Central Asia تىنچلىق (tinçlik)uk Ukrainian Ukraine Мир (mir)ur Urdu Pakistan, India, Central Asia صلح (sulh, sulah), امن (amn)uz Uzbek Uzbekistan, Central Asia, China Тинглик (tinçlik)ve Venda South Africa needed!vi Vietnamese Viet Nam Hòa Bình, 和平 (hoà bình)vo Volapük Püdwa Walloon Belgium Påyewen Upper Sorbian (Wendish) Germany Pokojwo Wolof West Africa Jàmmxh Xhosa South Africa, Botswana Uxoloyi Yiddish Israel, USA, Russia, etc שלום (sholim), פרידן (fridn)yo Yoruba Nigeria, Benin, Togo Alaáfíaypk Yu’pik Alaska, Canada Kiñuiñakza Chuang (Zhuang) China needed!zap Zapotec Mexico Layeni, Binlozh Chinese (Mandarin, Putonghua) China, Singapore, etc 和平 (hépíng)zu Zulu Southern Africa Isithangami, Ukuthula… more languages… add them!
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Hope your feeling some peace tonight
Hi Red One that sounds sweet "-)) I’m doing all I can to attract the peace energy Have a great weekend x
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