Global Peace Quotes

Quotes tagged as "global-peace" (showing 1-18 of 18)

One God, many faces.
One family, many races.
One truth, many paths.
One heart, many complexions.
One light, many reflections.
One world, many imperfections.
We are all one,
But many.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Amit Ray
“A nuclear-weapons-free world is the highest gift of humanity to the next generation.”
Amit Ray, Peace on the Earth A Nuclear Weapons Free World

“Global betterment is a mental process, not one that requires huge sums of money or a high level of authority. Change has to be psychological.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Amit Ray
“Yoga exercises are the best connecting tools for unity, human dignity, health, equality, global peace and compassion.”
Amit Ray, Yoga The Science of Well-Being

Abhijit Naskar
“Together you are a species that grows in all aspects of life – separated you are a mere speck of dust in vast ocean of space-time capable of nothing progressive.”
Abhijit Naskar, Principia Humanitas

Widad Akreyi
“Coexistence and personal peace are at the heart of global peace and harmony.”
Widad Akreyi

Widad Akreyi
“On the 25th anniversary of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, let us remember that we have a chance to save lives! If we don't take it, we may regret it!”
Widad Akreyi

Widad Akreyi
“I wish we'd be able to deliver our message at the global level on the need to recognize the past genocides in order to prevent new ones. Our message of peace and justice will hopefully reach every corner of the world.”
Widad Akreyi

Janice  Anderson
“Peace within us translates to our exterior world. Our outer and inner state of peace is directly related to each other. It's simply impossible to have lasting peace around us unless we have peace within us.”
Janice Anderson

Ray Anyasi
“Yes, it is totally acceptable that for any given country to become assured of its safety, it has to get out of its way to make the world safer generally. But getting out of its way does not necessarily have to mean getting into another country’s backyard. Rather, it should mean getting into a more sensible and a more effective coalition with other countries for same purpose in a manner that ensures both mutual safety and mutual dignity –both coming in adequate measures, the achieving of one not necessitating the foregoing of the other.”
Ray Anyasi, How to Terrorize Terrorism: a more effective answer to global terrorism

Julie A. Barnes
“Do not abandon ship:

Some countries of the world are like people fighting on a large boat. In the middle of their battle over who should catch the biggest fish, they look up and realize that the fine boat is sinking, and everyone is going down.

Their next fight will be for basic survival, and they will need to rely on one another, floating far from shore in the vast sea.”
Julie A. Barnes, All Flavors

Julie A. Barnes
“There is a rhythm throughout the universe. The pulsation throbs within every heart, during each moment of ecstasy, in every birth contraction. The rhythm exists in the pull of the ocean tide, around the weight of each raindrop, woven into every cocoon.

The sequence, the progression, is what we call time. Our time of influence affects the expansion of the universe. Heaven is eager to learn how we will add to the growth of eternal existence.

God is ready to respond as you take part in creation.
The rhythm never ends, it only strengthens and expands.

This life force is you. You are the mystery.
You are the journey. You are exquisite.
You are here.
Now, it’s your time.”
Julie A. Barnes, All Flavors

Preeth Nambiar
“Perhaps one of the greatest means to achieve global peace and harmony is cultural exchange. It opens up the vistas of human understanding and further expands our universal consciousness. Let us raise ourselves from the narrow perspective of being a citizen of a particular country to global citizenship that is the greatest demand of modern world.”
Preeth Nambiar, The Voyage to Eternity

“Social wars of a society should aim to reinstate a dignified life where love can thrive; not to create a future bound by immense discord.”
Wayne Chirisa

Abhijit Naskar
“Be whole and the world will be peaceful and progressive.”
Abhijit Naskar, Let The Poor Be Your God