True peace

Peace “as the world commonly understands it comes when the summer sky is clean and the sun shines in scintillating beauty, when the pocketbook is full, when the mind and body are free of ache and pain,” Martin Luther King Jr. said.

But, true peace, he added, “is a calmness of soul amid terror of trouble, inner tranquility amid the howl and rage of outer storm, the serene quiet at the center of the hurricane amid the howling and jostling winds.”

We found this quote in Martin Luther King’s book A Gift of Love.

Post Author

This post was written by who has written 1628 posts on The Resolute Woman.

  • Delicious
  • Facebook
  • Reddit
  • StumbleUpon
  • Twitter
  • RSS Feed

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply