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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Where Peace Begins


This is not a post about world peace. It's just about peace between you and whomever you do not have peace with. A friend, a spouse, a child, a parent, a neighbour, a colleague. You may be right or the other person may be right in whatever it is that is causing strife between you two, but as long as there is no focus on the real issue which is peace, nothing will change between the two of you and a lack of peace will continue to reign.

In my article Giving Up the Need to Be Right, I wrote: 
  • "Imagine you are the parent of a teenager who is pushing your buttons. Clearly, you have to show your child how wrong he/she is and how right you are; clearly you have to show your child – if necessary by anger – that he/she must change because they are wrong and you are right … or do you? What would happen if you let go of the need to be right, and you kept your eye instead on the love between the two of you? Keeping your eyes on the love instead of on the need to be right will promote the health of the relationship much more than proving you are right would, but much more than that, by keeping your eye on the love (even if it’s the partially buried love, or the forgotten love, or hidden love), you will be showing your child so many things."
Keeping your eyes on the love (in the case of a person who is close to you, or keeping your eyes on peace in the case of someone who is less close to you, is fundamentally important if you want peace to begin. Your ego (and the other party's ego) is not what is important, but rather, you could choose to focus on love and/or peace.

And today I ran across an old quote from Mother Teresa that seems so appropriate: Peace begins with a smile.

Are you smiling today?

For much more about the ego, peace, as well as becoming aware of your inner self, and of transforming the way you look at and live your life, have a look at my book Rewiring the Soul: Finding the Possible Self (paperback or Kindle).

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A revelation of insight into the foundations of human suffering & transcendence. It not only lays out essential steps for inner freedom & joy but illuminates the way to true human potential. Dr. Kortsch is a spiritual master for our time. Paul Rademacher, Executive Director, The Monroe Institute; author: A Spiritual Hitchhiker's Guide to the Universe

"The masterwork of a profoundly gifted healer of the soul. Dazzling, challenging, wondrously useful." Peggy Rubin, Director, Center for Sacred Theatre, Ashland, Oregon; author: To Be and How To Be, Transforming Your Life Through Sacred Theatre

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