“Peace cannot exist in disorder. When things are out of order, there will be chaos and confusion. When there is chaos and confusion, things cannot be clear. When you are clear, you are peaceful.” – Iyanla Vanzant
1. a number of persons forming a separate class in a social hierarchy or in any graded body.
2. a social or official position or standing, as in the armed forces: the rank of captain.
3. high position or station in the social or some similar scale: a woman of rank.
4. a class in any scale of comparison.
5. relative position or standing: a writer of the first rank.
1. a folder, cabinet, or other container in which papers, letters, etc., are arranged in convenient order for storage or reference.
2. a collection of papers, records, etc., arranged in convenient order: to make a file for a new account.
3. Computers. a collection of related data or program records stored on some input/output or auxiliary storage medium: This program’s main purpose is to update the customer master file.
4. a line of persons or things arranged one behind another (distinguished from rank ).
5. Military .
a. a person in front of or behind another in a military formation.
b. one step on a promotion list.