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This Profound Thich Nhat Hanh Quote Teaches Us What War Really Means

Wise words from the peace activist and Zen Buddhist

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If you have been contemplating war and destruction more than usual like I have been, you would eventually come to a conclusion to make peace with the inevitable chaos that is unfolding – mine can be summarized in a quote by Zen Buddhist master, Thich Nhat Hanh.




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