Peace is simplicity rooted in trust.
Simplicity in that we are each only responsible for being the people we are in the place we have been situated. Your personal ministry does not require you to put up false fronts. You shouldn’t need to try and be someone you’re not. You are hardwired to enjoy certain activities and follow unique passions. When you do those things you will be happy while at the same time positively influencing your community. You are more likely to continue doing projects you enjoy. No need to drag yourself into action, forcing uncomfortable behaviors, or building complex processes. Keep things simple. Go. Have fun. Do it repeatedly. Represent yourself well.
Peace is also contingent on trust. Know you are sufficient to handle your current and future circumstances. You are wonderfully made and can overcome all things with your unique strengths. There is no need to worry. If you are having fun while using your ingrained gifts and passions you cannot fail. Trust your purpose will be fulfilled by taking the actions you were born to take. You may never climb the highest mountain, become a champion athlete, or cure the common cold but the enjoyment you gain through the effort is what will reshape the world. In that sense you are part of something bigger, the advancement of humanity and the ushering in of a new future.
No matter your station you have a calling: live what you are and trust it is sufficient. Even the youngest among us slips naturally into this theme. An infant serves in the simplest of ways, a coo, a smile, the grasping of tiny fingers and rests in the knowledge he belongs and is loved for who he is, yet who among us can reshape the world as much as the tiniest newborn?
Peace is a gift left to us. “Peace I leave with you. My peace I give you. I give to you not as the world gives. Don’t be troubled or afraid.” We need not fear or worry. Approach life as a newborn; be who you are, trust it is enough, and know peace.