53 - Peace

“Learning to ignore things is one of the great paths to inner peace”

Robert Sawyer

“Care about what other people think and you will always be their prisoner.”

Lao Tzu

“If you will always want more than you have, how can you ever be happy?”

Robin Sharma

“A man is rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford to let alone.”

Henry David Thoreau

“If one wish only to be happy, this could be easily accomplished. But we wish to be happier than other people, and this is always difficult, for we believe others to be happier than they are.”


“Part of the happiness of life consists not in fighting battles, but in avoiding them. A masterly retreat is in itself a victory”

Norman Vincent Peale

“Your brain needs to let go of the worry and relax so it could rise to the realm of genius.”

Robin Sharma

“I am an old man and have known a great many troubles, but most of them never happened.”

Mark Twain

Grudges are for those who insist that they are owed something; forgiveness, however, is for those who are substantial enough to move on.” 

Criss Jami

“Creativity needs a space to present itself. If your mind is full of worry then there’s no space for the muse – the creative goddess – to show up with your game changing ideas that you can then act on to get you to world-class.”

Robin Sharma

“Only someone who has Surrender has spiritual power.”

Eckhart Tolle

“Your environment explains your results.”

Robin Sharma

“You talk when you cease to be at peace with your thoughts.”

Khalil Gibran

“Patience is not the ability to wait, but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting”

Joyce Meyer

“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.”

Ancient Indian Saying


“We are shaped and fashioned by what we love.”


“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.”

Lao Tzu

“Love between big and small is possible, if the big is not aware that it is big. The tree did not know it was big; only man has that kind of knowledge. The big always has the ego as its prime concern, but for love, nobody is big or small. Love embraces whomsoever comes near.”


“Love is ever ready to bow; the ego is never ready to bend. If you approach the ego, its branches will stretch upwards even more; it will stiffen so you cannot reach it.”


“Love is always happy when it can give something; the ego is always happy when it can take.”


“One becomes like a king when the flowers of love are there, but one becomes poor and miserable when the thorns of the ego are present.”


“Love is happy when it gives comfort to someone; the ego is only happy when it gives discomfort.”


“Love is sad when it cannot share; love is sad when it cannot give. Love is grateful when it can share. When it can surrender, totally, love is the happiest.”


“The man who becomes big, whose ambitions grow, finds less and less time for love.”


“The ego is always motivated. Only if there is some purpose to be served will the ego come. But love is motiveless. Love is its own reward.”


“Getting broken also makes love happy, but even after getting, the ego is not happy. The ego always desires more.”


“The ego sees love as madness, as a childish fantasy.”


“Love is giving; love is ever ready to give.”


“The ego only goes where there is something to gain. The ego is an eternal beggar, in a continuous state of demand, and love is charity. Love is a king, an emperor!”


“There are no mistakes in life, only lessons.”

Yogi Raman

“Why do you feel that you have to do things the same way as everyone else? Run your own race.”

Robin Sharma

“Wisdom can’t be shared. Shared wisdom sounds like madness.”

Hermann Hess

“Laughter opens your heart and soothes your soul. No one should ever take life so seriously that they forget to laugh at themselves.”

Yogi Raman

“If you understand, chop wood and carry water. If you don’t understand, chop wood and carry water.”

Old Zen Saying

“Everyday the wind and the sea clean up the footsteps of those who crossed the beach.”

Khalil Gibran

“A little bit of fragrance always clings to the hand that gives you roses.”

Ancient Chinese Proverb

There is power in silence and in stillness. Stillness is the stepping-stone to connecting with the universal source of intelligence that throbs through every living thing.


Lasting happiness comes from steadily working to accomplish your goals and advancing confidently in the direction of your life’s purpose.




Enrol on a non-alcohol diet.


Engage on an absence of complaints.


Experience masturbation abstinence.


Control your mind. Do not allow to be controlled by it.


Don’t Worry. Relax. Let go.


Meditation is simply exercise for your brain. It’s a proven technique for preventing the voice in your head from leading you around by the nose.


When Bruce Lee was worried he dumped his mind in a piece of paper and then set it on fire. This trick clear out the worries out of his mind so he could focus on what’s most important.


Stop majoring in minor things. Enjoy your life.


Do what is right for you.


Stop trying and surrender.


Look at the pain of your past as a wise, old teacher.


Let the work “work” for you.


MANTRA = In Sanskrit, ‘MAN’ means ‘mind’ and ‘TRA’ means ‘freeing.’ So a mantra is a phrase which is designed to free the mind.


Regret is not an activity for which I have any time. Every dawn is a new day to the enlightened one.


By putting out positive thoughts & correcting your mistakes, you can heal your problems.


We can’t control people. We can only control what’s in our mind.


To decide whether you are doing something in the right way ask yourself, “Am I maintaining my peace while doing this?”


Silence speaks a thousand words. 


When you choose to forgive those who have hurt you, you take away their power.


The wounds of honour are self-inflicted.


Clean up the people around you who seem to have a problem for every solution. Negative energy depletes our trust and confidence tanks.


I am yet to destroy a good relationship. It seems I’m only able to vanquish bad ones.


How much pain has cost us the evils which have never happened?

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