Peace Is A State Of Perfection

961.2Question: Thinkers of various eras condemned wars, passionately dreamed of eternal peace, and developed various aspects of how this common peace would be realized.

What is the spiritual root of the concept of peace from the point of view of Kabbalah?

Answer: Peace in Hebrew is “shalom,” which implies a greeting. Usually this is a kind greeting from person to person or from nation to nation and it doesn’t matter who is involved. Shalom from the word ‘“shlemut”’ means perfection, wholeness, and completeness. I think this is the simplest and most correct meaning of the word “peace.”

From the point of view of Kabbalah, we can say that a perfect person, a perfect society, and a perfect reality are the concept of peace.

Indeed, when all the qualities in a system (a person, a society, the world) complement each other and they interact with each other correctly, this object is in the state of peace.
From KabTV’s “Kabbalah Express” 3/4/22

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