What Matters/Peace on earth, good will toward all

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Peace on earth, good will toward all[edit | edit source]

Choose peace.

We can heed the advice of John Lennon, and give peace a chance.

The Seville Statement on Violence concludes:

Reverend A.J. Muste recognized that: "There is no way to peace; peace is the way."[1]

The previous topics in this course have shown you that way, you are now prepared to choose peace.

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  1. As quoted in "Debasing Dissent" in The New York Times (16 November 1967), p. 46; later quoted as "There is no way to peace, peace is the only way." in The Peasant's Revolt : McCarthy 1968 (1969) by William P. McDonald and Jerry G. Smoke: these statements have also become widely attributed to Mahatma Gandhi.