Nov 2, 2012

Be a Conveyor of Peace

"How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, that publisheth peace; that bringeth good tidings of good," Isaiah 52:7

Research studies on energy suggest that each of has an energy we bring to any situation, an energy that affects the other people in the situation.  In my life I have noticed that there are people who make a bad situation better, and there are people who make a bad situation worse.  It may be important for us to consider which kind of person we are.  A service person once said of a person dear to me that "she felt better after being around this person."  That person is clearly one who brings good energy into a situation.  What are some ways to be a conveyor of peace?  Calmness, equanimity, charity, nonjudgment are all qualities to practice to be a conveyor of peace to ourselves and those around us.  It is quite possible that the well-known words to a song, "What the world needs now is peace," may be one of the most important things we can contribute to any situation.

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