War and peace is a phrase that has been derived from Orwell's novel 1984, meaning a society that can defend itself is a good society and a peaceful one, therefore a war at another place will bring peace to home.
Peace of mind means to be able to relax.
Another word for psychokinesis is telekinesis. A phrase that depicts both words clearly is "mind over matter", which is to say the control of material objects with the power of the mind.
"in joy and peace" is a prepositional phrase. in - preposition joy, peace - nouns (objects of the preposition) and - conjunction
peace is that which comes from our mind
The idiom is GIVE YOU A PIECE OF MY MIND -- Peace of mind means you're not worried.
Peace of Mind - album - was created in 1996.
Put in mind.
How do firemen act as "...custodians of our peace of mind" fahrenheit 451
The phrase early in the peace comes from the Bible. It's what the angels said to the shepherds after the birth of Jesus.
An alternative sentence
Peace out can mean Goodbye see you later or Later
"with this in mind" can be replaced by "therefore". and vice versa.
The cast of Peace of Mind - 2006 includes: Robert Hancock as Official
Only one way.....Peace of mind, if you (they) are happy, satisfied, and truly at peace in your own mind, then you are a success.
The phrase two fingers in the wind applies to saying goodbye. The fingers actually stand for expressing the peace sign. Another form of this expression would be 'Chuck the deuces'.
The cast of Peace of Mind - 1930 includes: Sidney Coltham Walter Glynne
May Peace Prevail on Earth
In my mind, yes. :)
I do not think there is an appropriate Japanese equivalent for this phrase.
Peace be with you in Indonesian is 'Semoga kedamaian menyertaimu'.