In search of peace

Often, in life, We try to reach a point where we don’t have to worry about anything, We set our goals accordingly, We work hard, overtime in the office, to earn the amount that we need for a vacation, We persuade our friends so that we fit into their plans for the weekend.

Why do we do so?

The answer to these queries is simple – to attain peace.

Going on that vacation will give you peace. You will be out of the regular routine life, away from the everyday chaos.

Hanging out with your friends, for those precious some hours, will take you away from the tensions that surround you always. You will be out of the clutches of your troublesome thoughts.

Have you ever wondered why you need to attain a specified condition, to attain peace? How would it be, if peace could come to you, unconditionally? Without a price tag, without any persuasion.

Life would become amazing, right? Well here’s how:

It’s just a matter of the mind. Peace is not a place. It is not a person either. It’s a feeling, like any other, like happiness and sorrow. This lies deep within you, undiscovered. So, like any other feeling, it will come to you when you need it. You don’t need to travel miles to find it, while it is right under your nose.

So the next time you feel like you need a break, you need not run away from your office desk or sofa room. You can stay right there and get what you want to be delivered at your steps. Remember, it’s all in the mind. So close your eyes, and say yourself “I am at peace. This also will pass away.” Relax your mind and discover how peace slowly creeps in. And when you are done with your quota, dive into your tasks with the energy peace leaves you with.

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