Soul Scribbles
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Soul Scribbles

Being at peace.

Everyone wants peace. Yet, we’re deprived of it because it never seems to come in grasp. The moment you get it, you lose it for another drama in your life.

The price of peace is chaos. If you want true peace, no amount of “chilling” would bring it to you. Peace comes from within when you train yourself in the playground of life.

Inner work combined with chaos is how you get better at being at peace. Instead of getting an instant moment of relief, delay the gratification and face the shadows to get true peace.

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