Outer peace is working 50-60 hours a week in order to purchase a high quality of life and then finding you are too tired to enjoy it.
Outer peace is buying a bigger home in order to be "like the Jones’" then realizing the Jones’ are in debt up to their eyeballs.
Outer peace is running in the rat race without realizing that even if you win you still might be a rat.
Outer peace is doing the same thing every day expecting a different result.
Outer peace is a life of quiet inner desperation.
Inner peace is one’s ability to stop and enjoy the mountains and the trees, the sun in the sky and all of God’s creations.
Inner peace is the ability to turn off the cell phone with the belief that no emergency is as important as enjoying a magical moment with your spouse or listening to the sounds of your children’s giggles.
Inner peace is the ability to see a brighter day during a lay-off.
Inner peace is the belief that tomorrow will be better than today and that you have the ability to influence it.
Inner peace is not an ongoing feeling; it is a moment by moment feeling. It is a feeling that can only be achieved through the principles of passion, discipline and balance.
Outer peace is an illusion. Achieving inner peace begins with your passionate commitment to God's higher standards. Then it takes self discipline to keep it going daily. And a spiritual life balance to stay on track for the long run.
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