Be on the lookout for symptoms of inner peace.
The hearts of a great many have already been exposed to inner peace and
it is possible that people everywhere could come down with it in epidemic
proportions. This could pose a serious threat to what has, until now,
been a fairly stable condition of conflict in the world.
and Symptoms of Inner Peace
- A tendency to think and act spontaneously rather than on
fears based on past experiences.
- An unmistakable ability to enjoy each
- A loss of interest in judging people.
- A loss of interest in judging self.
- A loss of interest in interpreting
the actions of others.
- A loss of interest in conflict.
- A loss of the ability to worry. (This
is a very serious symptom.)
- Frequent overwhelming episodes of
- Contented feelings of connectedness
with others and nature.
- Frequent attacks of smiling.
- An increasing tendency to let things
happen rather than trying to make them happen.
- An increasing susceptibility to the
love extended by others as well as the uncontrollable urge to
W A R N I N G . If
you have some or all of the above symptoms, please be advised that
your condition of inner peace may be so far advanced as to be incurable.
If you are exposed to anyone exhibiting these symptoms, remain exposed
only at your own risk.
Imagine never healing, never breathing
easy, never being able to look back at your life with laughter,
fond memories, and good times.
THEN IMAGINE BEING HAPPY
Imagine realizing that we have responsibility
for our decisions.
Imagine feeling that we are not our past, other
people's past and therefore not responsible for how others think,
thought, or react to life's choices.
Imagine realizing that at any given point in time
and space we can actually re-create our existance, our path, our
choices, and be open to the tender and unconditional rewards of
Imagine that any given point in time and space
we can understand who we really are and what we are really about.
Deborah Rose, June 8, 2005
Life is a journey.
We are passengers in a train called life, and we are alive in the moment
called now. Prem Rawat
I feel that being in the present is very important
because it is the only moment in time that is not made of conjecture.