Harbour the Fire of Inner Peace

Harbour the Fire of Inner Peace

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The mind attempts to conquer the mind, the Pure Self observes the mind in a sense-knowing that there is nothing to conquer.

You can choose to keep playing the same game. You can choose to perpetuate the charade of it being a fight. If this is what you choose, all the power to you, just know yourself as the one that chooses.

And then ask yourself, are you choosing struggle and resistance? And if you are, would you prefer to choose to realize that you have already won?

A winner that just keeps on winning. A champion reigning in a string of victories. A warrior who isn’t off fighting the war of enemies, but remains rooted in protecting the innocence of peace.

Harbour the fire of inner peace.

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