Peace of Mind

After the hard and bitter experience of a long war, the thoughts of men naturally turn toward peace. Each one, in his own way, envisions the comfort of living normally again. Even though he may have seen the place he called home destroyed, his thoughts almost inevitably begin to formulate plans for reconstructing a similar environment, and the hope which is inherent in mankind encourages the effort to regain that which was lost.

There is much that is fine and courageous in human thinking, yet these qualities of human thinking are not in themselves sufficient to ensure happiness and peace of mind. Where, then, shall we look for that which all men desire?

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