Finding Peace

“There is no need to go to India or anywhere else to find peace.

You will find that deep place of silence right in your room,

your garden or even your bathtub.”

~ Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

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6 Responses to “Finding Peace”
  1. Reblogged this on Life & Career Coaching with Marie Wetmore and commented:
    Today I thought I would keep it simple and reblog this lovely quote. So… Be your own life coach: what’s one thing you can do to relax in your home? What rituals do you use to unwind? How can you do more of it?

  2. pflead73 says:

    A musician can relax by composing,a poet can relax by writing poetry,a foodie can savour his food and find peace at home….basically,it’s being yourself and doing things that give you immense pleasure….(I play guitar to unwind!)

  3. wartica says:

    I agree because true happiness all comes from within you, not through material items, some passing TV show, or anything like that; it’s all within us, if we allow it to shine through!!!

  4. ibelivetoday says:

    Nice one!! And when they believe that one needs to go to India to find peace, is it assumed that all Indians are full of peace?

    Loved the quote…Truly believe that peace is always there waiting for us to uncover, simply by getting rid of all the ‘seemingly wanted’ unwanted stufff

    Hope no one’s minding a reblog πŸ™‚ sumtime in the near future πŸ™‚
    Happy blogging πŸ™‚

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