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PEACE: Resilience in silence

February 12, 2019 by  
Filed under Extra, Peace

There are moments when we have to turn inward in order to find the solace needed to see our way through life events. Life will try to swallow you up with noise, but the silence within can really be your protector — and it can create the resilience you need to overcome challenges of the heart, mind, and body.

Remember what our ancestors faced in moments of hate, torture, humiliation, and pain? Their experiences testify to the unbreakable you.

Strength can be interpreted in many ways, but your personal silence is power. The protector of your thoughts, hurts, joys, and fears can embody contentment. Lavender silence can be found in undisturbed places of the heart — while an intrusive environment sits on the sidelines with excuses fueled by curiosity.

Take charge of and lead your resilience to places you want to go. Not what society demands, but where the kind spirits live. Acts of kindness are taken for granted by so many people. But kind gestures, kind spirits, and kind words are the cushions in your quiet place.

The thankful heart makes it to another day in full light that is often missed. The warmth of your being feeds your ability to determine when and where to practice your calm. Calm in the eye of any storm allows your quiet to bloom through concrete barriers — in full colors that give contrast to gray clouds.

It is there that you will find the resilience that leads to euphoric peace.

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