Clearly speaking, peace can be defined as the desire of every beating heart. Peace is the hope of every nation, the promise of every politician, the pulse of every religious tradition, the goal of every prayer and the dream of every human being. Peace is the bold, courageous and ultimate response to the notion that violence provides any viable solution for the conflicts of our world. Where war destroys and tears apart, peace builds, strengthens and restores. At the same time, peace is personal, for each of us longs for security and tranquility in the face of the troubles, anxiety, and chaos that often touch our lives. Within our faith communities, peace speaks of a right relationship with the Holy, and with our neighbors and with the whole of creation. As Taoist author Deng Ming Dao puts it: “The peace of one individual is small. The peace of many people together is big. When we see ourselves as separate from our community and from nature, then violence and strife arise. “
There is no doubt peace is the key cornerstone in each society. Without peace, there won’t be any opportunity for anything. No business, no success and no future. That is why peace is the most important thins after human beings’ essential needs like water, air, and food. Lack of peace in every society changes the life of one or even more generations of a country but the important thing is that effect will continue for the whole history of a country.
To have all positive activities, peace is the key. Since such activities can happen in an atmosphere of peace. Such a peaceful atmosphere can build a normal relation among people. And makes the feeling of love and friendship to prevail. In such a favorably peaceful atmosphere, creativity flourish and existing resources can be used for development or other creative activities. It also helps to prevail in academic and intellectual development in society.
We human beings have the potentiality to do beyond good and create a world of peace. By peace, we can end all human beings suffering. At the next level, this peace can involve all live creatures such as animals used to entertain or feed human beings. It is exactly echoing the Albert Schweitzer’s saying, “Until man extends his circle of compassion to include all living things, man will not himself find peace.”
One recent example of conflict can be seen in the Ukrainian airplane crash that killed many Iranian, Ukrainian and Canadian passengers. Such heart-breaking tragedy is a result of human error and the result of recent political tension between Iran and the U.S. for the martyr of General Soleimani in Iraq. This a clear example of what can come as a result of conflict and tension in the world. Many people who are not politicians, or governors are the main victims of all war provoking countries like the US in the world. It is the part of the Iranian diplomat and foreign mister Muhammad Javad Zarif concerning such heartbreaking tragedy “our profound regrets, apologies, and condolences to our people, to families of all victims and to other affected nations. –
We at Radsamstone Company offer our sincere and deepest sympathies for family and friends of those tragically taken.