I have a theory that society can be measured by how healthy it's relationship is to these four metrics, and that poor health in one is derived from poor health in the others. By health I mean the health of society's attitude toward these subjects, including by those who are foreign to the society but now included in it.
For example, our muslim brothers who have an unhealthy relationship with the subject of peace necessitates some of our lack of freedom.
Or our unhealthy approach to charity leads to the welfare system which gives people an unconditional safety net, which because people target a specific risk level and they have none they engage in risky behavior, or behavior that would otherwise be risky for them, and focus their lives on drug use. This leads to violence and jail (peace, freedom).
Or our society's unhealth relationship with respecting the freedom of others, particularly with relationship to speech, has everyone worried about genocide and racial conflict on both sides. If you want to see someone get unpeaceful start threatening their freedom. We could have peace if freedom was sacrosanct, but the mere threat that it might not be lights a flame.
So the question is what are you doing to get your life in order with respect to these four things, and then what will you do to get your family member in order, and then your community? The unfortunate thing is finding what is healthy is a process of discovery too. If we could get our society to be perfect at any three the fourth would fall into place.