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Seeking Tranquility


Every morning before waking up from bed I lay still for a moment, it is my way of starting the day with a minute of calmness and it does keeps me at peace, though just for a few second. 
I wonder how many of us are seeking for a moment of peace/solace? Surely, most of us I believe.

We are alway hurrying, rushing, running in our daily schedules, it could be for our jobs, our family priorities, household chores and so on.. the list keep going long, and when that moment of haste and rush pass we give a sigh of heavy puff and says 'finally', this made me realize how even a slight moment of pause gives us immense peace, and I couldn't help but think how it would be if we were to get that calmness every single day. I am always reminded that I should not rush and keep things at flow, when people complain on how they can't be in peace and have to rush every time, I wonder if they tried looking for it within them. 

As I grew up, I understood how it is not easy to survive with so many changes and things happening at once, we hardly have the time for our own self, let alone be in peace. We are in rush every single minute, every single day, we don't have a second to spare nor the time to have deep thoughts. Thereby, I have perceived the idea of finding that 'little peace' in me, no wonder the silent moment I take every morning gives me inner calmness, and that little moment is what I crave for when things goes in haste. Indeed, nobody can give us the peace we want; but yourself, because peace starts and ends from you.
You look around seeking for tranquility but you fail to find one, and you wish to escape from all the hustle and bustle, but have you ever given a thought on how you can get one without searching for it very far? try finding out from your within, because they are many who are wishing and are ready to pay anything just to find solace in life, not knowing it is in 'You'. As the saying goes....

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