Everyone seems to be in a rat race, not minding the issues of life we encounter are either going to enrich or steal our inner peace. Inner peace is the path towards happiness. We tend to use these concepts interchangeably, but they are different. Having inner peace is what allows us to enjoy and appreciate the present, regardless of whether it’s good or bad. Finding inner peace is deceptively simple. We tend to get stuck in our negative mindsets and habits because of our fear of change, but as we all know, change is the only constant factor in our lives and can be very powerful. Life is dynamic, and things will keep changing all the time.
The key to coping with change is being prepared for it, and handling it well. Some changes will throw you off your feet, but with God’s help, you will get through them without losing your happiness. Ask Him to guide you when the change comes along. Ask Him to walk with you through the new season. It will be hard, but with God at your side Worry prevents us from being happy and enjoying life. The burdens that we choose to carry around become heavier by the day, drawing our focus away from Christ. 1Peter 5:7 however reminds us that we can cast all our anxieties on him because he cares for us. This verse is not just a cliché, it is a deep truth. When we hand our burdens over to the Lord, He takes them over completely, leaving us light and free to enjoy our relationship with Him. Inner peace may seem to be a lofty goal, but it’s a state of being that’s attainable for all of us. When you carry peace within you, you have the ability to remain calm and joyful at all times, regardless of outside circumstances, or what life offers you at any given moment. Inner peace is the ability to withstand life’s shortcomings by training the mind to enter into a deliberate spiritual and psychological state of calm. It is commonly linked with happiness, contentment and bliss, but these are temporary states; embarking on the path of inner peace helps us navigate through the turbulent waters of uncertainty, suffering and sadness. Inner peace allows us to confront life with an open heart and mind, helps us keep track of what’s important to us and eliminate negative influence. The pursuit of inner peace is a universal but it seems like most of us lose sight of it numerous benefits. This book brings to fore the different ways to attain inner peace and live a fulfilled life.
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