What does this mean? Does it mean not to have a worry in the world, or to let your mind wander to a place with no despair? I really cant put a definition to it but I will say there is NOTHING like having a peace of mind. When I look up the googled definition here is what I found:
If something gives you peace of mind , it stops you from worrying about a particular thing or event.
There are times in life where I have had a piece of mind, and in most cases it was when I felt like I was in control of something. Now looking back, a sense of control was a hidden sense of fear from things falling apart. I don’t think we ever REALLY have control over anything in life. Sometimes things are up to chance or just natural causes. The only person that can really control THIS THING CALLED LIFE IS GOD. A spiritual healer and guide to help us navigate our purpose here on earth by listening. Sometimes the loudest response is what has not been said. What made me really write a post about Having A Peace of mind is that we spend so much time worrying about things that we have absolutely no control over that we miss some of the most amazing milestones in our life. Each year we get older and the years get numbered. What have we accomplished so far? Or did we spend the them full of worry and concern that we let all this valuable time pass us by. My mother said something to my sister and I the other day that hit home, and one day soon I will under stand. She said ” I am not sixty five year old, there will be a day where there will be more days in your past than you have in your future.” This hit home because at her age she see’s a shortened road than I do in my thirties or my niece in her teens. When your young you feel like you have the world ahead of you, and plenty of time to accomplish life’s wonders. But in reality we have to use each day and year like its the best time. There are RIGHT times in life and those are the ones GOD allows to happen. One phrase I like is “its not what happens to you, but how you respond to what has happened.”
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