Invincible inner peace is possible.

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Kelvin Suraj
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Re: Invincible inner peace is possible.

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Having in er pace I must say is difficult. Outer peace can be in form of pretence. One can put up deceiving smiles and looks to get something. Whereas the mind need taming inorder to get that inner peace. Sometimes you need someone to heal the wound in your heart.
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Without inner peace I think a person isn't complete. Inner peace has a lot to do with our outer peace . You matter how one try to put a fake smile or outer peace one can still find some form of lack of inner oaece in the person life. I've suffered from a life threatening sickness which was the greatest fear I had in life. I had no inner peace in my life till I was saved.
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I think finding inner peace has to do with being contended with whatever live gives you which doesn't happen often
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Inner peace feels like a dream sometimes, but maybe it's not about never getting knocked down. Maybe true peace is knowing you can weather the storms and come back up, stronger each time.
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Inner peace isn't about eliminating all challenges or difficulties in life. In fact, it's quite the opposite. It's about maintaining a sense of calm and stability in the midst of life's inevitable challenges. It's a matter of choosing to respond with peace and equanimity, rather than getting swept up in stress or negativity.
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I believe many people experience an innate sense of inner peace, often unrecognized as a coping mechanism.
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Invincible inner peace? Sounds delusional. It sounds like trying to make up something in your head to feel good.
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If we mistakenly believe that achieving outer peace is the same as finding inner tranquility, we might misinterpret our own feelings and struggle to find true contentment within ourselves. By understanding that inner peace comes from within, independent of external factors, we can better navigate life's challenges and cultivate lasting fulfillment.
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The proposes the attainability of invincible inner peace, asserting the detachment of the mind and emotions from the physical body. Despite external turmoil, I still argues that one can cultivate a serene emotional state through spiritual practices.
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I'm a kind of person that doesn't show off or attract attention to myself in public. Invincible inner peace is possible to achieve, though it requires a lot of process to guide one on this journey.
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Inner peace is not easy to achieve, many external factors have a way of disturbing it.
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Inner peace is possible, and I believe it's invincible. I believe it can be achieved through constant gratefulness for some of our wins.
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