This one starts out with a little bit about this week's parsha. My favorite part comes at the end, when he breaks down the word "shalom".
Reb Shlomo taught that the very lettes of the word Shalom teach us important lessons about peace. 'Shalom' has three letters, Shin, Lamed, and Mem.
Shin - The first way to bring peace is to bring two sides together, like the middle of the 'shin'. (The letter 'shin' consists of three 'vavs' which are joined at the bottom).
Lamed - The tallest letter. It goes from the highest to the lowest. If you want to bring peace, you have to stick out.
Mem - The 'mem' is closed, with no openings. Shalom has to be complete, like a little wall. The wall of peace has to be complete. You can't say, "I am peaceful, but I have a little opening for getting mad in an emergency."