It would be better to say one word, which having been heard would bring about calm.
If we accept the way things are and live in accord with this, not making things into a black and white environment or good an evil contrast, we stop causing ourselves allot of stress. This does not mean we cease being judicial about how we act, or the situations we allow ourselves to be in, rather we choose to be skilful, because we see this is more peaceful, than not acting in accord with reality, and in antisocial ways by living in-line with the precepts.
This state may not be Nibbana, the cessation of stress, however, this peace being referred to is a freedom from allot of disturbances, not not having disturbances, rather developing the ability to not let things bother us due to a knowledge of what they are, temporary inconveniences that will pass, which is a more skilful way to live than being thrown around by emotional changes. It is recognising that stress is, or has the potential to be present, and living in a way which reduces, or removes that possibility of stress arising, through the Noble Eight-Fold Path.
So I leave you with this question “What is it that you see when you see an enemy; and what do you see when you see a friend?
At the end of the day I may be right, I may be wrong, but I share this hoping I am one or the other.