IN human experience the desire for peace is seen from many aspects. The materialist imagines that peace is to be obtained in freedom to enjoy life in matter; the worldling thinks that only the world's approval and approbation can give him peace; the hermit seeks it in seclusion; while others hope to gain peace in a future state.
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