On Peace of Mind

I don’t know what’s happening with my life, but I’m trying not to stress or worry too much about it (even though in my back of my mind, everyone nagging me is making me think maybe I should worry) cause I really don’t appreciate stress sickness. Plus, worrying is like a rocking chair. It’ll give you something to do, but it won’t get you anywhere. So I’m just going to keep going with the flow and see where it takes me.

I think when you stop trying to control things you can’t control, they fall into place easier. You just have to have the courage and the peace of mind to allow yourself to be guided. I think that’s a tough thing for people. I know I struggle with it. But it’s really about taking a step back and talking to yourself – does this really matter? What am I accomplishing here? Why am I wasting my energy on this? Will I benefit from worrying about this? (PROBABLY NOT.)

Peace of mind is a challenge. I think like happiness, peace of mind is not something that is stagnant, but rollercoaster-like. And you must remember to cleanse your thoughts of negativity and allow only positive things to inhabit the space.

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