“Real peace, that is living and not stagnant.” All life is conflict.
Every breath that you draw represents a victory in the struggle of the whole Universe. You can’t have peace without perfect mastery of circumstance; and I take it that this is what you mean by “living, not stagnant.”
“Peace be still.” The moment you have understood thoughts for what they are, tools of the enemy, invented by him with the idea of preventing you from undertaking the Great Work — the moment you dismiss all such considerations firmly and decisively, and say: “What must I do?” and having discovered that, set to work to do it, allowing of no interruption, you will find that living peace which (as you seem to see) is a dynamic and not a static condition.
By “love under will” one refers to the fact that the method in every case is love, by which is meant the uniting of opposites as above stated,
such as hydrogen and chlorine, sodium and oxygen, and so on. Any reaction whatever, any phenomenon, is a phenomenon of “love”, as you will understand when I come to explain to you the meaning of the word “point-event”.
But love has to be “under will,” if it is to be properly directed. You must find your True Will, and make all your actions subservient to the one