Azrael Ondi-Ahman, author of the 'Song of God', lays groundwork for the Gnostic peace movement and addresses the differences between the peace of God and the peace often envisioned by man.
Man's understanding of peace typically has its origins outside of the self (religions and governments) and is forced upon the individual.
God's peace, begins with you. It begins with your choice and commitment to live peaceably as a sovereign, responsible individual, even when faced by violent opposition.
The 'Song of God' offers a realistic and effective approach to creating a citizenry of peace based upon choice, not force. In this often violent world, the exception can become the rule; with personal commitment, diligence and consistency, peace can become the operating paradigm.