TRUE PEACE: –
True peace can be experienced only when we stop giving and taking sorrow. In order not to give sorrow we need a clear heart that has no ill feelings and for not taking sorrow we need a big heart that can tolerate and help other souls to get over their weaknesses.
The more positive the thoughts flowing through one’s mind, the more con- tented one will feel. It is easy to feel contented when we are praised and ap- preciated but to remain contented when we are being criticized and rejected is the mark of real spiritual strength.
Anger is weakness, Tolerance is bravery and Humility makes you strong.
It is wise to bend rather than to break. Those who change will get spiritual wisdom. Conversely, those who have wisdom will decide to change. Change is the first law of Nature.
Thoughts are like seeds:
When you sow a thought you reap an action, when you sow an action you reap a habit, when you sow a habit you reap a character and when you sow a character you reap a destiny.
“When you blame other people for your reactions, when you believe they are responsible for your feelings, you relinquish control over your life. You allow others to take charge of your life. Be a master of your emotions!”
Senses are connected to the mind; so let me maintain peace of mind by using my eyes, ears and mouth with utmost care.
Power To Tolerate:
You have the power to tolerate anyone and any situation. But tolerance is not just suffering in silence. It means going beyond any personal discomfort you may feel, and giving a gift to whom ever you would tolerate.
The Power of Thoughts:
Thoughts are more powerful than actions because they are the creators of actions.
There is a huge hole in the heart of all our educations. It is where the skills and abilities of self-management should be. No one teaches us how to manage our thoughts, feelings, attitudes and behavior, so we find it hard to manage the four Rs; Relationships, Roles, Responsibilities and Resources.
When things go wrong, our first thought is often about controlling the situations or people involved. But since neither the situations nor people are in our hands, there is no success guaranteed with this way of thinking, which only increases the negativity. Instead of trying to control something one has no control upon, one need to start with one-self. The more one is able to control one-self with constant attention, checking and changing, the more one will have everything under control.