Peace isn’t the cessation of adverse circumstance. It’s centeredness in the midst of life’s Coriolis swirl. It’s peeling off the grasping tentacles that try to sucker our hearts and our souls, then donning under-armor so negative has no hold.
Peace isn’t motionless tranquility, for if we don’t engage our spiritual, emotional and physical muscles, we’re taken where we don’t wish to go. Instead, peace is right action; it’s balance and counter-balance.
Stasis isn’t peace, though we may occasionally stop to hear our center. The true test of peace is motion.
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