peacelessness

peacelessness

(ˈpiːslɪsnəs)
n
the state of being without peace; discord
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Living in the 'past or future' in the present leads to peacelessness. The aim of spirituality is to enable one to cultivate the habit of living in the physical present with peace.
This internal identity crisis has led to an universal, external identity crisis, which has resulted in an emotional crisis resulting in peacelessness and sorrow in our inner world as well as in the outer world.
(2007), "Nigeria's Niger Delta Crisis: Root Causes of Peacelessness," EPU Research Papers, Issue 07/07, Stadtschlaining/Austria: European University Center for Peace Studies.
They say the Korean Peninsula is in a state of "peacelessness."
It is statelessness carried to the extreme degree of peacelessness. For a long time I have had no rest.
Ejibunu, "Nigeria's Niger Delta Crisis: Root Causes of Peacelessness," in FPU Research Papers, ed.
At the same time, peacelessness has a diversity of root causes in different climates, economies, cultures, and political systems around the world.
My inner peace has grown as I've learned to continually remove anger, selfishness, envy, possessiveness and pride from within me and transform conditioned, reactive responses which generate "peacelessness" around me.
One frequent theme in Niemeyer's analysis of Communism was its "peacelessness," its lack of "deference for being," (6) which derived from its hostility to the truth of reality.
the achievement of a culture of social and ecological peace, is an assessment of the situation(s) of peacelessness that inhibits it.