Peace is not a circumstance. Peace is a feeling, a powerful, wonderful and desirable feeling.
Peace does not depend on any particular set of conditions. It can be any place, at any time.
Remember how peace feels. And by so remembering, you make yourself available to peace.
Peace is what remains when you've surrendered your ego and your fears. Peace is always there, patiently waiting for you to turn your awareness toward it.
The same part of you that longs for peace is the part of you that experiences peace. It is not complicated and is as close as your next thought.
Think lovingly of how peace feels to you. And truly be at peace.
-- Ralph Marston
Peace is beginning to elude me...I need to regain perspective man... :(
This is kind of a testimony for me right about now:
Good and tired
Being tired from doing something feels a whole lot better than being tired of doing nothing. If you're going to be tired at the end of each day, then make it really count for something.
If you're weary, perhaps it's not because you're doing too much. Perhaps it's because you're not at all invested in what you're doing.
A difficult challenge that's aligned with your purpose will generate far more energy in you than an easy task that has no real meaning for you. You can accomplish much more when what you're accomplishing is what you care about.
When your body is tired, a good night's sleep will revive you. When you're spirit is weary, you'll need something more.
You have a unique voice and a unique purpose that are longing to be expressed. Start living that expression and you'll find an endless source of energy flowing through your life.
Get yourself good and tired with focused, disciplined work on a purpose that connects with who you truly are. And you'll find that each day you have even more energy than the day before.
-- Ralph Marston
Need to print this out and post it somewhere. Have a good day people.