Here are three ways to search through the history of over 5,000 Loving Each Day quotes by John-Roger and John Morton.
Ask yourself, “Am I bringing peace and harmony to the world? Am I part of the problem, or part of the solution?”
If we all contribute the greater part of ourselves into this life, we will have peace—and plenty of it.
The most important thing you can do to experience peace inside is to cease doing againstness. When you indulge in jealousy, anger or lust, you are in againstness—against yourself. It may seem like you are against someone or something outside you, but take a good look: Where do those feelings reside, and who are they affecting?
Is getting into a peaceful place hard work? Not if you do it right now. When you stay here, in the present, you can be distracted out of your pain and problems, and peace can start welling up inside of you.
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.
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.
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.
November 30, -0001
"Later," for people means many different things. In the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness, we're in our "laters." The things we were going to do are now upon us. We can't "shuck" things off to another time, or another dispensation, especially once we get an inkling of the divine nature of our own beingness.
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.
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.