"Peace is not an absence of war;
it is a virtue, a state of mind,
a disposition for benevolence, confidence, justice."
And this is why we need to create peace within our own self before we can expect it to move outward to the world around us.
I sit here, reading and re-reading these lines, trying to think of something to say in regards to it, but this quote really speaks for itself. He's clearly defined "peace" as something each individual has control over, as well as being something moral as well.
Turn Peace Around is also a state of mind - we see the power of the symbol and we spread that message by sharing the symbol and the idea with others around us. But we have to truly believe it ourselves before we can expect others to join with us.
So, what do you think?