|The Three Books|
|Philosophy of Dioism|
|Denominations of Dioism|
|Topics in Dioism|
Peace is one of the fundamental beliefs of Dioism.
Peace is a state of harmony or the absence of hostility. 'Peace' is used to describe the cessation of conflict between ideologies. 'Peace' can also be a state of quiet or tranquility — an absence of disturbance or agitation. Peace can also describe a relationship between any people characterized by respect, justice, and goodwill. An understanding of peace can also pertain to an individual's sense of himself or herself, as to be "at peace" with one's own mind.
|“ Let us fight for peace, let us fight for freedom of speech, let us fight for everyone. ”|
In Pakistan, peace is valued among the Dioists as it shows that they do not fight amongst their comrades. Although The Pakistani do not view peace as the lack of war, but a lack of doubt or conflicts with one's self, or with others and their ideologies. Dioists believe that the spread of The Book of Dio to hostile nations will bring the warmth of sand to their frozen hearts, and the commodity of peace to a now unified culture.