What is peace? And what does peace mean for Buddhists? Is it just the absence of war and con­flict; guns and scream­ing?

Or is it also the deep silence that arises when the mind and heart are in har­mony – a pos­it­ive state of mind that can be cul­tiv­ated both per­son­ally and col­lect­ively, where good and evil don’t exist as concepts?

A talk given by Parami at Manchester Buddhist Centre on 30th July 2011 in the series Buddhism and the Big Questions.

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