Peace in Life
Time generates death. Death generates fears, Fear generates worries. Time is the mother of mind. Fears and worries are grandchildren of time. Destroy the time, being present, that’s the golden rule for peace in life.
Meaning of Peace in life
The term “peace” originates most recently from the Anglo-French pees, and the Old French pais, meaning “peace, reconciliation, silence, the agreement” (11th century). But, Pes itself comes from the Latin pax, meaning “peace, compact, agreement, a treaty of peace, tranquility, absence of hostility, harmony.”
The English word came into use in various personal greetings from c.1300 as a translation of the Hebrew word shalom, which, according to Jewish theology, comes from a Hebrew verb meaning ‘to be complete, whole’.
Although ‘peace’ is the usual translation, however, it is an incomplete one, because ‘shalom,’ which is also cognate with the Arabic salaam, has multiple other meanings in addition to peace, including justice, good health, safety, well-being, prosperity, equity, security, good fortune, and friendliness, as well as simply the greetings, “hello” and “goodbye”.
At a personal level, peaceful behaviors are kind, considerate, respectful, just, and tolerant of others’ beliefs and behaviors — tending to manifest goodwill.