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Finding Peace

  • Date Submitted: 12/11/2012 06:33 PM
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It’s notably worth considering what exactly is “Peace?” Everyone seems to

define peace in their own way taking in context their character and personality

traits. Peace can be found at various places in this world but it absolutely

remains dependant on the person’s mindset and psyche. Nowadays, we’re seeing

a booming rise in violence that satisfy a human being’s intention to seek peace

from such an act but such a continuous deed does not tell the whole story by

any means. People need to define Peace in its rightful roots before they can set

on a journey to seek its benefits for their lives. Maintaining a purified heart, one

can peace even within themselves but fortunately it can be found in so many

ways and at so many places in this globe. We all carry around very differing

personalities and behave uniquely which pave way for our contrasting needs,

thoughts, and aspirations to reach at a secure and sufficient position in life. Just

the way in which all of our fingers aren’t the same, nor is any individual because

it’s the nature of life and no one can come close to altering it.

“We need to find God, and he cannot be found in noise and

restlessness. God is the friend of silence. See how nature – trees, flowers, grass –

grows in silence; see the stars, the moon and the sun, how they move in silence…

We need silence to be able to touch souls,” said Mother Teresa. I personally find

my peace in the house of God, a temple, or even in a church. I maintain the

upmost faith in God since he’s the lone one who knows every part of me and

recognizes every bit of my DNA. I certainly find a strong sense of peacefulness

whenever I’m in an environment that is surrounded by God. Most people pray

and remember God when their respectable situations calls for them to call out

for help. This is a clear sign of selfishness and a brutal character from inside a

person has that is not exposed unless the most extreme...


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