Let’s come to our senses!
A sense of security
It seems so commonsense that to have peace
you need to feel safe, but there’s so much more
to security than just not being afraid. Security is
a sense of a solid foundation and a hopeful future;
and then a sense that no one is going to take it away.
A sense of Self
Knowing who we are, what we want, where we’re
going is all so important to our feelings of peace.
That’s because the unknown can create so much
fear; and not knowing ourselves is the closest that
uncertainty can get. No certainty, no security; then
we’re back to square one.
A sense of simplicity
Complication leads to confusion; confusion
to uncertainty; uncertainty to lack of security. Well,
you get the point. “Simple” doesn’t
mean living off the beaten path, or off the grid, or
whatever else seems far removed. It all has to do with
how easy it is to handle. As long as the effort is easy
enough to do and the reward is worth the effort, it’s
A sense of synchronicity
“Synchronicity” is being at the
right place at the right time. There’s nothing
like a sense that everything is going right in the world
to make one feel at peace. That means doing what we
want to do, when we want to do it, in the way that only
we can… resulting in good things for everyone
A sense of satisfaction
Speaking of good results. This all leads back
to feeling rewarded… really rewarded; not about
the instant gratification that makes us feel good one
minute then worse the next; but rather a real sense
of goodness within our lives. That goodness we feel;
that’s the peace we’re looking for.
Give Peace a Chance...