"Peace is the result of retraining your mind to process life as it is, rather than as you think it should be," by Wayne W. Dyer, which means accepting the situation as it is rather than conflicting, disagreeing or revolting against it. So we can embrace it and find peace in it. As we all know, humans are destined for hard work, accept challenges, remain competitive and enthusiastic for the future. But in this process of moving ahead, some people find peace in achieving the goals, but some may not. It may differ from person to person. Peace gives the utmost pleasure, which we humans have to find out in all situations. No matter how successful, how rich you may become but peace cannot be compromised, and if one does so, then both body and mind have to pay the consequences. Nobody can bring peace, but we ourselves should take the initiative to build peace.
'May we think of freedom, not as the right to do as we please, but as the opportunity to do what is right' well said, Peter Marshall. The concept of freedom may also differ according to their mindset and situation faced by people. But the perfect freedom can be said that making best to the opportunity given in a situation. With power, there comes responsibility; therefore, with freedom, there comes the ability to explore new boundaries, but to an extent, it does not hamper other’s freedom. For example, cutting down forests may be freedom for mankind, but it is just hampering their natural habitat for other creatures.
So with this, we may conclude by saying what peace is to the mind. Freedom is to the soul.
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