Thursday, August 20, 2009

By His Will, He Shall Have Peace...

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"Mind is the Master -- power that molds and makes, and Man is Mind, and ever more he takes the Tool of Thought, and shaping what he wills, brings forth a thousand joys, a thousand ills -- He thinks in secret and it comes to pass; Environment is but his looking-glass." - James Allen

Everything that has happened will be of significance to everyone of us. No matter how we try to deny this, this would remain a fact. And no matter how we pretend that we are no longer affected of what had happened, still there will come a time that we would realize that we are just fooling ourselves. Because everything that has happened is the very reason why we have learned life's lessons, and at the same time the reason why we have decided to move on and to keep living life the way it should be lived.

"To hope for such thing to happen is to wait for something that is impossible to come" - this statement bothers me a lot. Because if one will just continue to hope and hope and hope and hope, without doing what is right, or without even making a move for one to answer such hope or for one to even notice that the other one is hoping, then certainly it would be an endless waiting... an endless hope.

Life's complicated, and it's a sure thing. But if one wants peace of mind, then let not peace approach one's mind. Rather, let one approach the other one, and let their both minds meet for the closure of any issues or whatever it is that bothers anyone of them. It may not really be a total closure since I really don't believe that there's such thing as 'total closure', but at least each' concern has been presented and noticed... and only then that one's understanding would be a matter of his own piece of peace.

And if one has the will, he shall have peace.

Yes, I am learning. I am learning things that way you have touched and taught me.

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