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Our spiritual heritage is one of peace. Humanity’s history seems to belie that fact, yet we always have the choice to express loving, acceptance and caring. We have the power to make choices. Although choices like vindictiveness, jealousy, revenge, hatred, etc. may seem louder, more available, or more impressive, the qualities of Spirit are always here and are longer lasting. All we have to do is choose. Not once, but again and again.

John-Roger, DSS
We can start having peace in the world when we have inner peace. We can stop having wars out in the world when we stop having wars inside our own thoughts and emotions. That is our job: to start having peace inside.

John-Roger, DSS
We are here to learn one thing primarily, and that’s inner peace. In the midst of all else, when you put your body on the line and get your actions lined up with your loving, you can start to experience this inner peace.

John-Roger, DSS
Q: How can I learn to stay in my peace more consistently? A: Keep a safe place inside of you for everything that is said to you, or about you or that you say. Have no attachments to anything that comes in or goes out.

John-Roger, DSS
Notice if there is any part of your body that is tense or tight right now. In your mind, tell it, “Peace, be still.” Relax, let go. What are you now experiencing and feeling? Working with what is is going toward peace.

John-Roger, DSS
Take care of your body. Make friends with your mind and emotions. Live in your spirit as you walk through this day in peace.

John-Roger, DSS
Whenever you hear of any negativity, instead of adding to it by condemning the people involved, send Light and love to everyone—even to those who have messed up. Start adding peace into the situation through your compassion acceptance, and understanding.

John-Roger, DSS
I don’t know if there is a final answer for finding peace inside. I do know that the key is to find that place inside where you love to be. Make it a habit to be in that place more and more, faster and sooner, and stay there longer.

John-Roger, DSS
Let's take something everybody feels at times -- impatience -- and see how observation can change our experience of it. When we're impatient, we want what we want when we want it. Impatience distracts us from seeing the reality of a situation. We focus only on how we'd like it to be. And trying to do something about our impatience usually makes us more impatient. The solution is just to observe.

John-Roger, DSS

November 30, -0001

Right now, You know what is in our heart and whatever we have placed in the way. You know our judgments, our disturbances, whatever we have taken on as disease or illness. We offer that up by coming into Your presence, Your light, Your love, Your strength, Your power. We can let go, releasing any form of negativity.

John Morton, DSS