You can live a peaceful life.The question is, “Are you living it?” You can live it. A peaceful life is not a life without problems; it is a life with manageable problems.
Thinking about what might go wrong will not help you get things right. The more you pay attention to what might go wrong, the more you are attracting negative forces into your life. You can’t get a better result by thinking about what might go wrong. You get a better result by thinking about what might go right.
“You must be careful what you notice, talk about, or give your attention to, because that is what you are identifying with, and that is what you will bring into your life.”- Catherine Ponder
Our thoughts control our actions. We cannot just get angry without first thinking about something that we don’t like. Thoughts before actions.
It is a straight forward thing, but difficult to master. If you want to understand others, you must first understand yourself.
The question is, “Are you doing what you want?” If you are not doing it, why? If you are doing it, are you getting what you want?
Fitness is good for our health and well-being. Are you ‘keeping fit’? What are you doing to keep yourself fit? Are you reading, running, jogging, or eating right?
You have to master yourself if you are to master others.