Two painters each painted a picture to illustrate his conceptof peace. The first chose for his scene a still, lone lake among far-off mountains. The second drew on his canvas a thundering waterfall, with a fragile birch tree bending over the foam; at the fork of a branch, almost wet with the cataract's spray, a robin sat on its nest, cheerfully singing.
Peace is not real peace until it has been tested in the storm.
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