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Q3(b). Quote: Peace within ourselves for Peace in Outer world

What does each of the following quotations mean to you?
a.  . . .
b. “We can never obtain peace in the outer world until and unless we obtain peace within ourselves” – Dalai Lama (Answer in 150 words)
c.  . . .
All human beings aspire to be happy. We often seek happiness in the external world when we are unhappy. When the world fails to give us the object of our desires, we fight with others to fulfil our desires. As a result, we lose peace and fill the world with conflicts.
On the contrary, we wish to share our happiness with people around us when we are happy. As a result, we make the world happier. When people are working for the happiness of each other, there is love and peace in the world.  
True happiness comes from inside, and we are not dependent on others to fulfil our desires. Accordingly, we must understand ourselves deeply and discover happiness within. Once we are full of joy, our striving ceases, and we get peace within ourselves. Once we are happy and peaceful inside, we don’t seek anything from others and spread peace in the world.   (154 words)  
Q3(b). Quote: Peace within ourselves for Peace in Outer world
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