Peace

 

“Peace. It does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. It’s like to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart.”

There are  numerous persons, who are suffering from worry, they are just not able to live happily, some because of a severe problem and many Despite no problem. This issue may lead to many other physical disorders such as heart diseases, blood pressure, diabetes, stress, and insomnia, etc.

Happiness and Inner Peace the ultimate thing, which everybody needs to attain for a balanced family life and social life.

Peace means freedom of the mind from annoyance, distraction, anxiety, obsession, etc.

While you will find your meanings of peaceful existence and outward manifestations of a quiet life according to your beliefs and lifestyle, there are some basics underpinning living in peace that cannot be overlooked, such as being non-violent, being tolerant, holding moderate views, and celebrating wondrous-life.

Living in peace is about living harmoniously with yourself, others, and all sentient beings around you. Living in peace is both an outward and an inward process. Outwardly, living in peace is a way of life in which we respect and love each other in spite of our cultural, religious, and political differences. Inwardly, we all need to search our hearts and minds and understand the fear that causes the impulse to violence, for in continuing to ignore the rage within, the storm outside will never subside.

Living in peace will be your own conscious, the daily action founded on your strivings and understandings, gleaned from all corners of the world, from all people you’ve ever met and known, and from your consciousness and knowledge.

Living in peace means more than life in the absence of violence. Try to cultivate peace in all areas of your life by reducing stress as much as possible. Avoid stressful situations, such as traffic, large crowds, etc., if possible when you are angry try to find a nice quiet place to stop the anger, take a deep breath, and relax. Turn off the TV, stereo, or computer. Get out into nature if possible, or go for a good, long walk. Put on some soft music or turn down the lights. When you feel calm again, get up and get on with your life.

Without inner peace, you’ll feel in a constant state of conflict. Trying to fill your life with possessions or improving yourself by social climbing without ever stopping to value your inner worth will leave you continuously unhappy. When you crave something, and you don’t have it, you’re in a place of conflict. It’s easy to forget to be grateful for what you do have when you’re always striving to upgrade your possessions, career, house, and life. Equally, owning too many personal belongings ( which needs cleaning and maintenance, also insurance and security), will create conflict and prevent you from living in peace because you’re always at the beck and call of the “needs” of your possessions.

“Peace or Contentment derived from a material object is nothing but a false belief with fades off as fast as it is felt. Real Happiness comes from within, as it is the soul that possesses the quality of contentment. Doing good unto others, being true to self, loving all life forms. That is what brings Real peace.”

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