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How Are You?

Consciousness. This is your life. Don’t let circumstances run your life; you run your life – what you want, how you want to be. Do you want to be angry? Sometimes it is good to be angry. Sometimes you want to be kind.

You are like a painter. There are many colors on your palette. You don’t have to use only one. It’s your life. Kindness is in you. Unconsciousness is in you, and consciousness is in you. The only thing you need is to take a moment to be conscious. This is easy to do. Just take a little moment before you do something and think, “What is it I am about to do? What is it that I want to do? I’m going to have this conversation – how do I want to feel afterwards?”

These are little things that you can do. And of all the little things you can do, the easiest one is just to take a little time.

☆ Prem Rawat

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Words of Peace - Global

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Prem Rawat articulates a message of hope in a time of rapid change and turmoil. Through Words of Peace he points to the possibility that each individual can find peace within, whatever is going on around them.

Prem Rawat offers “The Keys” as a way to discover peace within called Knowledge. Five videos provide the foundation for four practical techniques that enable a person to turn their attention inside in order to experience the peace that resides there.

The Prem Rawat Foundation

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Addressing the fundamental human needs of food, water, and peace so that people can live with dignity, peace and prosperity. All the activities and programs of the Foundation are designed to support the right of every human being to these fundamental elements of being human.


Incomparable

align="left" src="/a/pics/68-1.jpg" hspace="5" vspace="2">You have heard about peace in many different ways. Maybe this is just one more perspective, but it is a perspective that comes from the heart.

Peace. We think, “Peace. Yes, something over here called peace.” When I travel around the world and mention the word “peace,” everyone has a different reaction. It ranges from “I’ve heard about that” to “It’s a waste of time” to “I am interested in peace.”

The most significant statement is: “I am interested in peace.” I, as an individual, a person—not a label, not a box, not a globe—but a living, breathing, human being whose existence is priceless. This is the opportunity each one of us has been given.

align="right" src="/a/pics/68-2.jpg" hspace="5" vspace="2">Peace is a feeling—a feeling of non-duality, a feeling away from doubt, a feeling of me. Me understanding my existence. Feeling peace—not in turmoil, not in war, not in controversy, but in the serenity of existence.

There is more to you than you realize. There is another chapter here that hasn’t been opened. Maybe there is a treasure trove that has not been tapped yet. Maybe there is another room to this villa, this mansion, this house, that has not been looked at.

The desire for peace transcends every barrier. Even those who have been incarcerated desire peace. Those who have little to eat also desire peace. And those sitting in giant mansions desire peace. Peace is one of those things: after a bowl of food, I still want to be in peace. The worst war is the war within a human being because there’s no ceasefire to it. You can’t put a brake on it; you can’t negotiate with just one party. And the trouble with the war that rages inside is that, even if you win it, you lose because it’s with yourself.

align="left" src="/a/pics/68-3.jpg" hspace="5" vspace="2">This is your life. Sometimes we forget what is being created here. This is no ordinary construction site. Done well, it will be better and more beautiful than the Mona Lisa, more grand than the Statue of David, more magnificent than the Sistine Chapel.

Who will be the admirer? Admiration and simplicity are the guardian angels of this beautiful experience called peace. They are the towers. In no uncertain terms, know the value of this existence, the value of this breath, the desire for peace that we carry in our hearts. There is a part of us that has beckoned us to be in peace again and again, that when we are in turmoil says, “This is no good. You don’t want to be here. This is not acceptable.”

I’m talking about the peace that can be even experienced in the middle of war. It’s not about the new or the fancy. It’s about the good old heart that’s always been there. It’s about the good old breath that is as old and fresh and new as nothing I’ve seen. I cannot compare it to dew or to the rising sun or to a new star, because when that breath comes into me, it is so new that it is incomparable. That’s my potential. I can be fulfilled like you can.

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☆ Prem Rawat

- www.wopg.org - Words of Peace Global
- www.tprf.org - The Prem Rawat Foundation
- www.premRawat.com - Prem Rawat’s Site
- www.timelessToday.com - Media

#WOPG #TPRF #PremRawat

 

Words of Peace Global
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A message of hope in a time of
rapid change and turmoil.