Lose a little inner peace

 

  • Practice Forgiveness. (positive-thoughts.typepad.com)
    “I have a right to be upset because of the way I’ve been treated. I have a right to be angry, hurt, depressed, sad, and resentful.” Learning to avoid this kind of thinking is one of my secrets for living a life of inner peace, success, and happiness. Anytime you’re filled with resentment, you’re turning the controls of your emotional life over to others to manipulate.
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    First, you have to get past blame. Then you have to learn to send love to all, rather than anger and resentment. Just as no one can define you, neither do you have the privilege of defining others. When you stop judging and simply become an observer, you will know inner peace. With that sense of inner peace, you’ll find yourself free of the negative energy of resentment, and you’ll be able to live a life of contentment. A bonus is that you’ll find that others are much more attracted to you. A peaceful person attracts peaceful energy
  • Forgive You Once Shame on You, Forgive You Twice Shame on Me (kehugo.wordpress.com)
    Steve Maraboli once said “The truth is, unless you let go, unless you forgive yourself, unless you forgive the situation, unless you realize the situation is over you cannot move forward”. While this may be the case for some, others believe that “Some wounds run too deep for the healing” (J.K. Rowling).  Many people do consider forgiveness to be relieving; however, some see it as forgetting the situation and sending a message that the situation is acceptable when it is most definitely not.
  • Jealousy (Final) (heguidry.wordpress.com)
    Jealousy has the potential to build a boulder in relationships and in one’s self-confidence. “The jealous are troublesome to others, but a torment to themselves” (William Penn). How is jealousy affecting inner peace and would peace be gained if you were able to overcome your jealousy? Jealousy is a common problem in many relationships. At first jealousy is seen as a good thing. It shows that the partner is sweet and truly cares about the relationship and his/her partner. As that may seem a good thing at first, this can turn into a big problem fast.
  • Worldly knowledge doesn’t guarantee peace and compassion, wisdom will… (mydailyyogapractice.wordpress.com)
    It doesn’t matter who we think we are, or we think we know about the scientific facts about this and that, or how much knowledge that we attain from reading books and hearing from other people’s research and their personal experience, it still doesn’t guarantee us peace and compassion, be free from suffering and unhappiness that derived from ignorance, egoism, attachment, and impurities.
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    The stronger we attached to the egoism and qualities of names and forms, the more we think we are smarter or better than other beings, and the more suffering and unhappy we will be, as we will get very impatient, dissatisfied, disappointed, frustrated, irritated, or angry with other beings whom we think and believe as less smart and less good than us.
  • Weekly Spiritual Digest: Be Wary of Your Jealousy of Others (princesdailyjournal.com)
    Jealousy is like a thunderstorm–it builds and builds, forming dark clouds. And when it is ready to strike, it will spout out a bolt of lightning which can electrocute or kill a person in less than one second. In this same respect, jealousy is dangerous and hard to control; it’s unpredictable!
  • Writing that October 15, 2012 story (gordma.wordpress.com)
    A few years back, I sat down and went through John Lennon’s solo career. When I got to Imagine and the song “Jealous Guy,” I began to think about the psychology and especially the inner dialogues of envious and jealous people. Who were these people? What were they thinking? How did they come to those conclusions? Did they know what they were doing and thinking? And why couldn’t they stop?
  • Bonhoeffer on Peace (abnormalanabaptist.wordpress.com)
    There is no way to peace along the way of safety. For peace must be dared. It is itself the great venture and can never be safe. Peace is the opposite of security.

 

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The Insight of a young soul

Keeping grudges over insignificant issues

binding myself more and more each day.

I lose a little bit of the good in me.

I lose a little inner peace.

Using hurtful words,just to get back at someone

ruining relationships ‘coz of selfish wants.

I lose a little bit of the good in me.

I lose a little inner peace.

Call her fat,call him ugly.

He hurt me,he deserves it.

I lose a little bit of the good in me.

I lose a little inner peace.

Lying,cheating,manipulating

people closest to me.

I lose a little bit of the good in me.

I lose a little inner peace.

Building  mountains of hatred and jealousy

with each passing day,

I lose a little bit of ithe good in me.

I lose a little inner peace.

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2 responses to “Lose a little inner peace

  1. Thank you so much for the reblog 😀

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  2. Pingback: How to Find the Meaning of Life and Reach a State of Peace | From guestwriters

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