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Thursday, May 14, 2009

Signs of Inner Peace

Originally posted June 2007

Symptoms of Inner Peace
by Saskia Davis

Be on the lookout for symptoms of inner peace!
The hearts of a great many have already been expose to inner peace and it is possible that people everywhere could come down with it in epidemic proportions.
This could pose a serious threat to what has, up to now, been a fairly stable condition of conflict in the world.

Some signs and symptoms of inner peace:

· A tendency to think and act spontaneously rather than on fears based on past experiences.
· An unmistakable ability to enjoy each moment.
· A loss of interest in judging other people.
· A loss of interest in judging self.
· A loss of interest in interpreting the actions of others.
· A loss of interest in conflict.
· A loss of the ability to worry. (This is a very serious symptom.)
· Frequent, overwhelming episodes of appreciation.
· Contented feelings of connectedness with others and nature.
· Frequent attacks of smiling.
· An increasing tendency to let things happen rather than (try to) make them happen.
· An increased susceptibility to the love extended by others as well as the uncontrollable urge to extend it.

If you have some or all of the above symptoms, please be advised that your condition of inner peace may be so far advanced as to not be curable. If you are exposed to anyone exhibiting any of these symptoms, remain exposed only at your own risk.


Smelling Coffee said...

Great post, Sue! I'm afraid that in this last year of some pretty difficult trials, I've come down with a serious case of inner peace! And am praising the Lord for it. :-)

Unknown said...

Very good post for us women, we get caught up in busyness of life and fuss and fume at times.

Anonymous said...

Oh boy do I need to be exposed to some of that peace!! Love that post:)

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Karen Newman Fridy said...

Yep. I've got it.


amy & lisa said...

Great post!!

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