Achieving Inner Peace

Achieving peace requires taking regular time out to listen.

All the evil and wickedness around us, we witness on a daily basis, but we do nothing. Drama in work and play, we participate and pass it around? Do you stand up for peace? How and where will drama stop? Do we know the difference?

I see peace; I speak peace; I live from a peaceful heart and I dedicate myself to expressing peace today.

Peace is a state of mind before it can be a state of being.

Peace and Serenity is what we live for. Our attitude must be one of complete reliance on Faith.

When you are fighting, it is hard to turn your attention to anything else. Like a boxer in the ring, turn you attention and you're apt to be knocked out. Whenever peace does not come, wait until it does, or seek to find out why it is not coming.

The energy spent struggling could be easily spent doing some other nice to do things. Acting on your own impulse, or out of a sense of heroism, to be seen by others, peace will escape you.

When we are at peace it is only then we can do our best work. What about adversity?

Peace characterizes the relationship between parties with respect, justice, and goodwill. Let’s not short-circuit justice in the present of crisis.

Just Claim it and refuse all other. Smile more often and enjoy an ordinary life. Keep those loving good, good, good vibrations! The sound of a gentle word.

Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled.

Let us pursue what makes for peace and mutual upbuilding. Be of one mind, live in peace and love will be yours. As long as we try to serve two masters, ourselves and our Faith, there will be difficulties combined with doubt and confusion.

Build it and they will come! What's "it"?

(((your inner

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