In these times of political and social divisiveness, we want peace. We want political peace, we want social peace, we want personal peace. When we recognize, at the core of all of that, that we want spiritual peace, we might bring our restlessness to become avid seekers, striving to quiet our unruly thoughts, desires and passions. Always striving, always seeking for something that is idealized in the future, never here and now. Or maybe here and now, but only now and then.