Peace shall come my friends, don’t get discouraged. There would certainly come a day when we could breathe in fresh air, no more worries for money, no more fears of being dead.
No matter how hard the enemy tries to bother our feelings, we would fight them all. Not with weapons, but merely with calming ourselves. We would not become the victim of anger and havoc, but would hold ourselves still and silently await the end of evils. What if our leader was shot? What if those culprits weren’t caught? We still wouldn’t ruin ourselves by the chaos the enemy created. Peace shall find its way, it always does.
Certainly there would come a day when no mortal would fight for the unspeakable land, or would discriminate himself from others. There would come a day, when no nations would exist, only one planet known as Earth and us merely its dwellers.
And there would exist such an environment where the cursed green goblin would never be invoked into the hearts of men. Yes my friends, jealousy shall never find its way to us. But yes, there shall exist one kind of jealousy in them, jealousy for doing virtues then the others. There, if one helps the poor by providing them 10 kg of wheat, there other men would stand up and provide 20 kg of wheat, such shall be the kind of jealousy they would hold.
Don’t get disheartened by the fact that peace wouldn’t come, but hold a firm belief in it, such a belief that would shaken the angels from Heaven. Only then peace could be attained.
An example of such firm believes I would like to share with you being it is very true in history. There lived a lady, though I am not sure of her name. Not very rich but had a firm believe on the blessings of the Ruler, which shall never betray her no matter what happens. One day, she invited few guests to her little cottage for dinner and had just prepared every few things she had. Just then a beggar pleaded her for food. At first she feared that she had only two Chapattis at present and what she would present before her guest, but later on hearing the awful story of the beggar she readily gave all what she had.
Then came the time for his guest to come, she talked to her guest hesitantly fearing what she would present before her guest. Times passed out, but then suddenly some one knocked at her door. As she went and interrogated, she found a servant of King had arrived at her door gifting 19 Chapattis. But these she didn’t accept as she doubted how would she an ordinary woman, come in the concern of King and sent him back for confirmation. Then after some moments the servant was found again at her door coming hurriedly and approving that these 19 chapattis belonged to her. But now again she couldn’t believe and ultimately sent him back for confirmation. Then again he came confirming and still she couldn’t believe and yet again she sent him back. After many trips of that servant he became frustrated and yelled in anger, “How could these 19 chapattis not belong to YOU?” at this she revealed that God have promised that whatever shall be spent in His way, one would be awarded double of it, and as since she spent 2 chapattis she should be getting 20 chapattis, not 19! At hearing this, the servant fell upon his knees, cried for forgiveness and said that while on the way he felt hungry and ate one chapatti assuming he wouldn’t be caught! Hearing this the lady readily accepted the gift and forgave him
Such firm must the faith of us in every aspect of life. And I believe God does not only double the rewards, but returns them by multiplying it with ten. No matter how much money you have, help the poor, give to young ones or gift them to your parents and then you might feel the blessings upon you showered, and would be in such numbers that you might not count them, perhaps you wouldn’t be able to hold them together. At least, for one time look down upon the fellow child begging for alms and give him a smile while helping him, or for once, feel the happiness and pleasure in providing one-time food for the poor and see how your deed brings a change in you, an eternal change. If such deeds are done, peace shall be and must be born.
No matter what it takes one should never abandon from the light of hope. Hope I believe is like a light that adorns and cheers our way, and as darker grows the night, it still emits a lighter ray, but it surely does. So long, peace shall come, and for it, I shall continue to hope though I have not the gift of prophecy, but shall continue to hope till it remains beneficial.

Published in Young Times.